African violets, the Seven Sisters of Halloween, pumpkin whoopie pies

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Daily Newsletter for Tuesday, October 29, 2019

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The white chrysanthemums and asters star
The frosty silence.
–Alice Marland (Wellington) Rollins (1847–97)

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The 2020 Old Farmer's Almanac Gardening Calendar
 
The Seven Sisters at Halloween
The Seven Sisters at Halloween

It’s an annual autumn ritual: The reappearance of the glorious Seven Sisters. Around Halloween, they always rise in the east before 7 PM and are nicely up after 8 PM. Learn more about the Pleiades—and their connection to All Hallows’ Eve.
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African Violets
African Violets

African violets are small houseplants that produce clusters of white, blue, or purple flowers over fuzzy leaves. Here’s how to care for African violets in your home!
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This Toxic Vegetable Is The #1 Danger In Your Diet

This vegetable could be toxic to your health and may actually be causing weight gain, digestive issues, brain fog, and fatigue. Many food manufacturers market this 1 vegetable as a “health super food.” Click here to find out this “toxic” vegetable >>

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5 Tips for Picking the Perfect Pumpkin
5 Tips for Picking the Perfect Pumpkin

One of many traditions is to pick pumpkins for Halloween! Here are 5 tips on how to pick the perfect pumpkin for carving.
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Crossbody Purses for Cell Phones by Chala

Top-seller! Available in different nature-inspired designs! Perfect size for carrying most cell phones, cash, ID, and a few credit cards. Very nicely made and features adjustable straps.

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Pumpkin Whoopie Pies
Pumpkin Whoopie Pies

Our Pumpkin Whoopie Pies are super moist, spiced perfectly, and very seasonal!

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Live Like Someone Left The Gate Open

Colorful socks with terrifc advice! Makes a great gift!

 

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