t is really amazing where this year has gone...tw
o plus months away from the holidays and the turn
to 2019. My, my, my. As we travel past the intense
part of Libra and plan for Scor- pio, our fixed water sign and the
cal sign to have three glyphs
connected with it.
Scorpio is the scorpion, gray
lizard or chameleon and finally the eagle. Dearest Scorpios, you can and may experience all three glyphs in a moments notice. But by being aware of these dramatic
elevator rides one
can mellow the aspects and use each three differences ef- fectively to its full advantage. Thus we have the intensity of
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meal, or I can donate it to the fire victims of Sonoma County! My additionl giſt to you
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We hope you enjoy this is- sue! And, may it find you well!
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the Scorpio nature, rather in their consistent staying power, their gaze or their ability to go and dwell in the dark and feel comfortable to drink a nice cold glass of lemonade with our Hades dweller. Our so called Ha- des dweller, after conversing with this so-called spicable
they can bring back very good informa- tion to the surface which can not only enlighten the barer/ carrier but that of the multi- tudes living above as well. So again we have a message
The two signs associated with the month of October are Libra and Scorpio. People born from October 1st to October 22nd are members of the Libra sign.
here and a great metaphor for creature to human. Delve deep when its safe and possible and enjoy to the fullest the fruits of your labors and toil gently. En- joy the happiest of birthdays. So, Dearest Libras, another year has passed and with the current alignment of the stars
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this also may have been quite an eventful year. You may have had major moves physically, emotionally, mentally or all of these conglomerations for making it through. Now you get to enjoy all your hard work this year and kick back a bit. Curl up with a good book during these last Indian sum- mer days. Try not to worry about your work or job, your creativity is going strong. The
universe for the first time in a long, long time has you cov- ered. And the upcoming holi- days with your family, friends and your tribe might just be the best yet. But oh yes, get that something special for yourself that you long for. Namaste all you beautiful Librans. See you next month!
Upbeat Times in Santa Rosa, CA!
Meet our exuberant, great mailman Larry. His colleagues at the main post office are Dalton, Junaida, Miriam, Gale, Ping, and many more. Thanks to all of them who care and always greet with friendly smiles. ~ Ellie Schmidt
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JOKE 7 Continued ... continued from page 27
The lawyer asked, “What is the
Tennessee Three-Kick Rule?” The Farmer replied. “Well, first I kick you three times and then you kick me three times, and so on, back and forth, until someone gives
up.” The big-city attorney quickly thought about the proposed contest and decided that he could easily take the old codger. He agreed to abide by the local custom. The old farmer slowly climbed down from the tractor and walked up to the city feller. His first kick to the shin had the lawyer hopping around on one foot when suddenly the farmer planted the toe of his heavy work boot into the lawyer’s groin and dropped him to his knees. The barrister was flat on his belly when the farmer’s third kick to a kidney nearly caused him to pass out. The lawyer summoned every bit of his will and managed to get to his feet and said, “Okay, you old coot now it’s my turn.”
The old farmer smiled and said, “Naw, I give up. You can have the duck.”
If you have a positive attitude and constantly strive to give your best effort,
eventually you will overcome your immediate
problems and find you are ready for
greater challenges. Pat Riley
‘Have fun’ is my message. Be silly. You’re allowed to be silly. There’s nothing wrong with it. ~ Jimmy Fallon
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Weird Facts & Trivia - 7 Weird Laws in Georgia
While Georgia operates its own lottery, it “protects” its citizens by making it illegal to promote a private lottery.
Members of the state assembly cannot be ticketed for speeding while the state assembly is in ses- sion.
No one may carry an ice cream cone in their back pocket if it is Sunday.
Donkeys may not be kept in bathtubs.
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uating class of Western CUNA Management school, a program that helps develop and prepare credit union leaders to meet the challenges of the future. Always active in the com- currently
sits on the board of directors for Chop’s Teen Club. “Su- zanne has shown her strength as a leader here at Redwood Credit Union,” said Brett Mar- tinez, RCU’s President & CEO. “We’re confident that, under her and
direction, the communications
will expand our ability to reach and educate our communities on the Redwood Credit Union difference.”
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