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Halloween Fun

                                                                                                                                                     - photos by Kathy Meier
Some Neighborhood fun
for Halloween before the high winds and rain 
dove across the region.
Having out this week 
with the Meier rents.
Cat in the Hat and
Mr. Packer Clay Matthews
Mr. NATS World Series 
and a Vintage Pumpkin Queen.
(Actually resurrected from 30 years ago)
 cutest little skunk ever
some of the ornery Ann Arbor crew 
Little Miss Pumpkin-
surrounded by the crew.
a little bit of trunk and treat 
from this past weekend
 Our superhero family
 The Hulk and Superwoman mom
and their Super power brood
 The Trio
 The Duo
 Mr. Middle
Mr. Big
Fun and dressup and 
time for a bit of make-believe.

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I have debated whether  to share the journey of Lent 2020. Seems like so much has been  shifted in our world right now. But, I am learning that in these very fragile days,  it is precisely what these practices  have offered in community-  that have become reassurance and "saving grace." So I will go ahead and share the Visual Journey  of processing with the book-When From Death I'm Free. This was the joint effort of author Justin Rossow  and Visual Faith Coach Valerie Matyas. She rounded up talented artists  to add to the visual resources
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