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    • Upsidedown Bear
    • By Upsidedown Bear 29th Oct 15, 2:22 PM
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    The Alphabetty Happy Chatty thread
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    • 29th Oct 15, 2:22 PM
    The Alphabetty Happy Chatty thread 29th Oct 15 at 2:22 PM
    Hello lovely alphabettys old and new and welcome to the new Alphabetty thread



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    Everyone is welcome whether or not you have previously posted
    We are very friendly so please say hello




    The Devil whispered in my ear "You are not strong enough to withstand the storm".
    Today I whispered in the Devil's ear "I am the storm".

    In Solidarity: Andy Woodward - Jeremy Corbyn
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    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 10th Oct 16, 6:39 AM
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    Pyxis
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    Hi Pyxis .....

    Yay!



    ..... and breathe .......

    *Phew!* You naughty little tease you!

    When I saw your post I thought I had made a glaringly
    obvious mistake in mine that the whole world could see but
    me!

    I kept reading over my post, googled tum-ti-tum-ti-tum
    to see if I could get an itsy bitsy inkling of a clue.

    Anyhow ..... YAY .....

    Big congrats on your 20,000 posts!
    (I can see it now )



    Dodgy ((hug)) for not getting a badge

    Alfie xxx
    Originally posted by AlfieBlue

    Aw sorry for worrying you, Alfie!

    It never occurred to me that you might think I was referring to you!
    Silly me.


    However, I do think you could have fitted in a few more emoticons in your congratulatory post above!

    (I just lurve spiders! )
    INFJ(Turbulent).

    Her Greenliness Baroness Pyxis of the Alphabetty, P.P..
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    • AlfieBlue
    • By AlfieBlue 10th Oct 16, 6:52 AM
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    World Porridge Day


    Good morning lovely Alphabettys in Happy Chatty Land!

    I hope you're all well and raring to go on this thoughtful
    yet fun-filled n' scrumptious Monday!

    Today it's ....


    World Mental Health Day



    World Mental Health Day, hosted by the World Federation of
    Mental Health, is on 10 October each year. To help mark the
    occasion, we’re raising awareness of what can be done to
    ensure that people with mental health problems can live with
    dignity.

    The problem

    One in four adults and one in ten children are likely to have
    a mental health problem in any given year. This can have a
    profound impact on the lives of tens of millions of people in
    the UK, and can affect their ability to sustain relationships,
    work, or just get through the day.

    But an ill-informed and damaging attitude among some people
    exists around mental health that can make it difficult for some
    to seek help. It is estimated that only about a quarter of people
    with a mental health problem in the UK receive ongoing
    treatment, leaving the majority of people grappling with mental
    health issues on their own, seeking help or information, and
    dependent on the informal support of family, friends or
    colleagues.

    How can we challenge this?

    We are confronting this stigma through facts. Facts that help
    us understand patterns of mental health problems, their causes
    and solutions. Facts that help us break down barriers in seeking
    help and support. We have produced an updated Fundamental
    Facts with the aim of distributing it to the widest audience
    possible.

    Source: awarenessdays.co.uk/awareness-days-calendar/world-mental-health-day/

    Event website: mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/world-mental-health-day



    It's also ....

    World Homeless Day



    World Homeless Day was born out of discussions between aid
    workers around the world, all of whom were helping the
    homeless in their own countries. The aim and slogan of the Day
    is ‘locals act locally on a global day’. The emphasis is on giving
    hands-on aid that is sensitive to local needs, while being aware
    of the global problem of homelessness and feeling solidarity
    with other charity workers around the world.

    On this day, you can celebrate by helping to raise awareness
    for the homeless in your own community. Grassroots campaigns
    and fundraisers work at the local level, while taking advantage
    of the increased publicity and solidarity a global platform
    provides.

    Use this Day as an opportunity to educate people about the
    homeless in your area, the infrastructure that already exists to
    help them and how it can be improved. World Homeless Day
    fundraisers and celebrations can be converted into gains which
    will help the homeless long after the Day is over.



    Source: daysoftheyear.com/days/world-homeless-day/


    Today also marks the start of ....

    Dyspraxia Awareness Week



    Why not get involved with this great initiative and raise
    funds and awareness of dyspraxia by simply wearing your
    most bright, bold or just plain funky item of clothing to work
    or school. Download your funky poster here and share with
    your friends, family and colleagues, school, college or
    workplace. Be different. Be Proud!



    Source: awarenessdays.co.uk/awareness-days-calendar/dyspraxia-awareness-week/

    Event Website: //dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk/get-involved/fundraising/



    It's also ....

    Baby Loss Awareness Week



    Each year the 9th-15th October is Baby Loss Awareness Week
    and throughout the week bereaved parents, family members
    and friends can commemorate the all-too-brief lives of their
    babies, knowing that thousands of other families elsewhere in
    the world will be doing the same. The week also provides a
    crucial opportunity for people to talk openly about the subject
    of and raise awareness of baby loss.

    The week ends with Baby Loss Awareness Day on 15th October.
    October 15th is recognised as Pregnancy and Infant Loss
    Remembrance Day
    across the world. Here in the UK, we would
    like to invite you to take part in the global ‘Wave of Light‘. On
    this day, everyone is invited to take part in this global event to
    remember all the babies that have died during pregnancy, at,
    during or after birth. Simply light a candle at 7pm and leave it
    burning for at least 1 hour. This can be done individually or in
    a group, at home or in a communal space. Wherever you do
    this, you will be uniting with others across the world in honour
    of those babies who lit up our lives for such a short time.

    Throughout Baby Loss Awareness Week we’re inviting bereaved
    parents, family members and friends to share an example of
    something that someone did or said which helped after the
    death of their baby. To find out how to get involved visit the
    Baby Loss Awareness Your Experiences page.

    You can also show your support by wearing a Baby Loss
    Awareness pin. The exclusive Baby Loss Awareness enamel
    pins are available to buy from Sands or any of the participating
    charities.



    Source: awarenessdays.co.uk/awareness-days-calendar/baby-loss-awareness-week/

    Event Website: //babyloss-awareness.org/







    It's also the start of ....

    Chocolate Week





    10th-16th October

    So here it is fellow chocolate lovers, the one we’ve all
    been waiting for, Chocolate Week!



    If you’re anything like me i’m sure you’ve already got lots
    planned to celebrate Chocolate Week in style, but just to
    show an extra bit of appreciation to the stuff, here’s
    a few interesting facts you might not know about chocolate.

    Happy Chocolate Week!

    1. White Chocolate Is Not Chocolate. This is because it doesn’t
    contain cocoa solids or chocolate liquor, meaning it isn’t
    chocolate in the strict sense. But it does contain parts of the
    cacao bean—mainly cocoa butter.

    2. The Aztecs loved and valued the cacao bean so highly that
    they used it as currency during the height of their civilisation.

    3. A jewel thief made off with $28 million dollars of gems in
    2007 because he was able to gain the trust of the guards
    working the bank in Antwerp, Belgium, by repeatedly offering
    them chocolate.

    4. The blood in Psycho’s famous shower scene was actually
    chocolate syrup.

    5. The scientific name for the tree that chocolate comes from,
    Theobroma cacao, means “food of the gods.”

    6. It’s believed that people who are allergic to chocolate are
    actually allergic to cockroaches, as around eight insect parts
    are typically found in a bar of chocolate, according to the Food
    and Drug Administration.

    7. At one point the Nazis plotted to assassinate Winston Churchill
    with an exploding bar of chocolate.

    8. There is a rare fourth kind of chocolate in addition to the
    classic milk, dark, and white varieties: blond chocolate.

    9. The film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory was financed
    by Quaker Oats to promote its new Wonka Bar candy. This is
    also why the film is called “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate
    Factory” instead of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” like the
    book it’s based on.

    10. The first chocolate bar was invented in 1847 by Joseph
    Fry.



    Source: awarenessdays.co.uk/awareness-days-calendar/chocolate-week/

    Event website: chocolateweek.co.uk/



    and it's ....

    National Curry Week





    Okay so this could possibly be the most amazing week of the
    whole year, as between the 10th and 16th of October we are
    not only celebrating Chocolate Week, but National Curry week
    as well! Heaven!

    As well as paying homage to the amazing Curry (and chocolate
    of course), by eating as much of the stuff as is humanly
    possible the whole week long, I will also be putting together a
    few random facts on why we Brits love the good old curry so
    much. That way I can rest assured that I’ve really broadened
    my horizons on the subject with all of the extensive research
    (eating) that I plan to do!

    Enjoy!

    1.The earliest known curry was made in Mesopotamia in around
    1700BC.

    2.The origin of the word ‘curry’ comes from ‘kari’, the Tamil
    word for ‘spiced sauce’.

    3. Chilli is the most popular spice in the world and can help
    combat heart attacks and strokes and extends blood coagulation
    times, preventing harmful blood clots.

    4. Korma is a greatly misunderstood curry. Korma is “slow
    cooking or braising” rather than meaning a mild curry as it has
    become accepted in Britain. It can actually be very mild or fiery
    hot, with rich ingredients.

    5. Over 70,000 staff are employed by the more than 9,000
    Indian Curry Restaurants in the UK and, in fact, in London there
    is a greater number of Indian Restaurants than there are in
    Bombay and Delhi combined!

    6. Two thirds of all meals out in the UK are Indian Food and this
    is worth 3.2 billion pounds a year!

    7. Before it referred to food, ‘curry’ meant a way to prepare
    leather or the parts of an animal slain in a hunt that
    were given to the hounds.

    8. A record tower of 1,280 poppadoms was piled up in
    Northampton to celebrate Curry Week in 2012. It was 5ft 8ins
    high.

    9. The first recipe in English “To make a currey the India way”
    was in Hannah Glasse’s Art of Cookery published in 1747.

    10. Japanese curry is one of the most popular dishes in Japan,
    where people eat it an average of 62 times a year. Curry was
    first introduced to Japan by the British in the 1870s.

    Source: awarenessdays.co.uk/awareness-days-calendar/national-curry-week/

    Event website: nationaleatingoutweek.com/peters%20old%20site/contents3.html



    and last but by no means least it's also ....

    Wool Week





    Commemorating its 7th year, The Campaign for Wool
    celebrates Wool Week 2016 on the 10th October. Always at
    the forefront of pushing boundaries in creating exciting and
    original initiatives, this year promises to be no exception.
    There is a whole host of activity planned to showcase the
    best wool has to offer across fashion and interiors.



    Source: awarenessdays.co.uk/awareness-days-calendar/wool-week/

    Event website: campaignforwool.org/eventcat/wool-week/



    Have a brilliant day all whatever you have planned - I will
    catch up later.

    Alfie xxx
    HELP for HEROES

    The Alphabetty Happy Chatty Early(ish) Bird
    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 10th Oct 16, 6:58 AM
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    Hahahahahahahaa!
    (I just lurve spiders! )
    INFJ(Turbulent).

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    • Upsidedown Bear
    • By Upsidedown Bear 10th Oct 16, 9:33 PM
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    Upsidedown Bear
    Hello alphabettys - I'm home

    I have missed you all
    Worn out so I'll catch up tomorrow





    The Devil whispered in my ear "You are not strong enough to withstand the storm".
    Today I whispered in the Devil's ear "I am the storm".

    In Solidarity: Andy Woodward - Jeremy Corbyn
    Cheap Coffee Lover

    • tommix
    • By tommix 10th Oct 16, 10:44 PM
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    tommix
    Greetings..Thought I'd pop by and say Hi!x
    • Upsidedown Bear
    • By Upsidedown Bear 10th Oct 16, 10:51 PM
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    Upsidedown Bear
    Greetings..Thought I'd pop by and say Hi!x
    Originally posted by tommix
    Hi back at you
    The Devil whispered in my ear "You are not strong enough to withstand the storm".
    Today I whispered in the Devil's ear "I am the storm".

    In Solidarity: Andy Woodward - Jeremy Corbyn
    Cheap Coffee Lover

    • tommix
    • By tommix 10th Oct 16, 10:56 PM
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    tommix
    Hey Bear, how you doin'? I'm just chillin. with my homeys..x
    • Upsidedown Bear
    • By Upsidedown Bear 10th Oct 16, 11:08 PM
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    Upsidedown Bear
    Hey Bear, how you doin'? I'm just chillin. with my homeys..x
    Originally posted by tommix
    I'm good thank you. Just back from my holiday

    Just catching up with the internet I have missed

    The Devil whispered in my ear "You are not strong enough to withstand the storm".
    Today I whispered in the Devil's ear "I am the storm".

    In Solidarity: Andy Woodward - Jeremy Corbyn
    Cheap Coffee Lover

    • tommix
    • By tommix 10th Oct 16, 11:18 PM
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    tommix
    I'm good thank you. Just back from my holiday

    Just catching up with the internet I have missed

    Originally posted by Upsidedown Bear
    Sweet..Stay lucky, and enjoy the rest of your evening. I'm hitting the sack.x
    • AlfieBlue
    • By AlfieBlue 11th Oct 16, 7:42 AM
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    AlfieBlue



    Good morning lovely Alphabettys in Happy Chatty Land!

    I hope you're all well and raring to go on this thoughtful
    yet fun-filled n' scrumptious Tuesday!

    Today it's ....


    International Day of the Girl Child



    International Day of the Girl Child (Day of the Girl) is
    celebrated annually on October 11 to highlight issues
    concerning the gender inequality facing young girls.



    This year’s theme is “The Power of the Adolescent
    Girl: Vision for 2030.”


    There are nearly 600 million girls aged 10 to 19 in the
    world today, each with limitless individual potential,
    however they are disappearing from public awareness
    and the international development agenda. Between
    inequities in secondary education to protection issues,
    adolescent girls are uniquely impacted and should benefit
    from targeted investments and programmes that address
    their distinct needs.

    Investing in adolescent girls can have a formidable ripple
    effect to create a better world by 2030. On this International
    Day of the Girl, join us in highlighting the unique challenges
    and potential of adolescent girls.

    Source: awarenessdays.co.uk/awareness-days-calendar/international-day-of-the-girl-child/

    Event Website: unicef.org/gender/gender_66021.html





    It's also ....

    National Coming Out Day



    National Coming Out Day (NCOD) is an annual LGBTQI
    awareness day observed on October 11.

    Founded in 1988, in the feminist and gay liberation spirit
    of the personal being political, the emphasis is that the
    most basic form of activism is coming out to family,
    friends and colleagues, and living life as an openly lesbian
    or gay person.

    The foundational belief is that homophobia thrives in an
    atmosphere of silence and ignorance, and that once people
    know that they have loved ones who are lesbian or gay,
    they are far less likely to maintain homophobic or
    oppressive views.

    In the LGBT Community, “coming out” means the
    voluntary self-disclosure of one’s sexual orientation and/
    or gender identity.

    Source: awarenessdays.co.uk/awareness-days-calendar/national-coming-out-day/



    .... and it's ....

    National Braille Week



    National Braille Week aims to raise awareness of the
    importance of Braille and other alternative formats that
    open up the written world to people with visual
    impairments.

    National Braille Week is organised by the charity Royal
    Blind (royalblind.org/) and runs in the second week of
    October, coinciding with World Sight Day.
    (iapb.org/advocacy/world-sight-day)





    Get involved (royalblind.org/national-braille-week/get-involved)
    by organising your own event or activity – browse our
    website for free resources!
    (royalblind.org/national-braille-week/braille-resources)

    National Braille Week takes place from 10 -16 October
    2016.

    Source: awarenessdays.co.uk/awareness-days-calendar/national-braille-week/

    Event Website: royalblind.org/national-braille-week







    11th October 1982




    19th July 1545: when their world ended, our story began

    The Mary Rose is a Tudor ship, built in 1510.





    Carpenter's Brace, the Tudor version of a
    power drill!




    In service for 34 years.



    Sank in 1545.



    Discovered in 1971.



    Source: submerged.co.uk/mary-rose-found.php

    Raised 11th October 1982.



    Now in the final stages of conservation, she takes her place
    in a stunning and unique museum.




    maryrose.org/your-visit/

    ^^^ Please visit website for further information


    and finally it's ....

    Sausage Pizza Day



    Italian Ham And Sausage Pizza




    Have a brilliant day all whatever you have planned - I will
    catch up later.

    Alfie xxx
    HELP for HEROES

    The Alphabetty Happy Chatty Early(ish) Bird
    • Upsidedown Bear
    • By Upsidedown Bear 11th Oct 16, 10:56 AM
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    Upsidedown Bear
    Good morning lovely alphabetty people

    It's good to be home but we liked where we were so much we might move there

    Hope you are all well. Enjoy the rest of your day

    I made a cake





    The Devil whispered in my ear "You are not strong enough to withstand the storm".
    Today I whispered in the Devil's ear "I am the storm".

    In Solidarity: Andy Woodward - Jeremy Corbyn
    Cheap Coffee Lover

    • fire**fly
    • By fire**fly 11th Oct 16, 11:45 AM
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    fire**fly
    Hello alphabettys - I'm home

    I have missed you all
    Worn out so I'll catch up tomorrow





    Originally posted by Upsidedown Bear

    helloo Queenie welcome back
    for the rock & cake
    'What day is it?' asked Pooh 'It's today' squeaked Piglet, 'My favorite day' said Pooh
    ━☆.* fairysprinkles ★¸¸.☆.¸¸.*¨‘*
    all
    • Upsidedown Bear
    • By Upsidedown Bear 11th Oct 16, 11:58 AM
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    helloo Queenie welcome back
    for the rock & cake
    Originally posted by fire**fly
    Duchess

    It's good to be back. I did miss you all
    Hope you and the Duke are well.


    The Devil whispered in my ear "You are not strong enough to withstand the storm".
    Today I whispered in the Devil's ear "I am the storm".

    In Solidarity: Andy Woodward - Jeremy Corbyn
    Cheap Coffee Lover

    • AlfieBlue
    • By AlfieBlue 11th Oct 16, 12:53 PM
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    AlfieBlue
    Hello alphabettys - I'm home

    I have missed you all
    Worn out so I'll catch up tomorrow





    Originally posted by Upsidedown Bear
    Good morning lovely alphabetty people

    It's good to be home but we liked where we were so much we might move there

    Hope you are all well. Enjoy the rest of your day

    I made a cake


    Originally posted by Upsidedown Bear

    Hellooeee Bear!

    Lovely to 'see' you again. Sounds as if you had a
    wonderful holiday!

    Many thanks for the rock and the cake - absolutely
    scrumptious.







    Alfie xxx
    HELP for HEROES

    The Alphabetty Happy Chatty Early(ish) Bird
    • Upsidedown Bear
    • By Upsidedown Bear 11th Oct 16, 1:11 PM
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    Upsidedown Bear
    Hellooeee Bear!

    Lovely to 'see' you again. Sounds as if you had a
    wonderful holiday!

    Many thanks for the rock and the cake - absolutely
    scrumptious.







    Alfie xxx
    Originally posted by AlfieBlue
    Alfie

    Thank you - it's good to be back


    The Devil whispered in my ear "You are not strong enough to withstand the storm".
    Today I whispered in the Devil's ear "I am the storm".

    In Solidarity: Andy Woodward - Jeremy Corbyn
    Cheap Coffee Lover

    • fire**fly
    • By fire**fly 11th Oct 16, 6:44 PM
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    fire**fly
    Duchess

    It's good to be back. I did miss you all
    Hope you and the Duke are well.


    Originally posted by Upsidedown Bear

    helloooo
    thank you Duke & I are well & Duke sends his love
    & waves back
    sounds like you had a fab hol if you would like to go live
    there


    love the pics Alfie/Queenie
    & love the daily update each day Alfie
    know I don't get much time at the moment to
    comment each day but I do follow each post/thank &
    enjoy the thread thanks all x
    'What day is it?' asked Pooh 'It's today' squeaked Piglet, 'My favorite day' said Pooh
    ━☆.* fairysprinkles ★¸¸.☆.¸¸.*¨‘*
    all
    • AlfieBlue
    • By AlfieBlue 12th Oct 16, 5:38 AM
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    AlfieBlue



    Good morning lovely Alphabettys in Happy Chatty Land!

    I hope you're all well on this thoughtful yet scrumptious
    Wednesday!


    Today marks the start of ....

    National Arthritis Week



    This National Arthritis Week, 12-19 October, join Arthritis
    Research UK in being a Pain Killer for yourself, a friend, or
    a loved one living with arthritis.

    Arthritis is the biggest cause of pain and disability in the UK.
    10 million people are living in pain every day. This pain is
    often invisible, and its effects can go unnoticed. That’s why
    this year they’re highlighting the impact of pain.

    If you live with arthritis, or know someone who does, help
    them shape the research we invest in by completing the
    National Arthritis Survey online at nationalarthritisweek.org.

    However you decide to support us this National Arthritis
    Week, together we’ll be one step closer to finding a cure.

    More details on their website: arthritisresearchuk.org



    Source: awarenessdays.co.uk/awareness-days-calendar/national-arthritis-week/

    Event Website: scpod.org/news/national-arthritis-week-12-19-october/








    It's also ....

    World Arthritis Day



    This year’s theme for World Arthritis Day is ‘It’s in
    your hands, take action’
    .


    Our aim is to raise awareness of rheumatic and
    musculoskeletal diseases (RMDs) and to encourage people
    with RMDs, their carers, families and the general public to
    seize every opportunity to take action and make a difference
    to the quality of life of people with RMDs.

    Get involved as an organisation

    If your organisation would like to hold a World Arthritis Day
    activity this year, please download our toolkit explaining how
    you can get involved. In the toolkit you will find: guidance
    materials, template media materials, branding and artwork
    for posters, leaflets, badges and banners.

    Take part by getting involved in the #WADHigh5 social media
    campaign, or by organising RMD awareness-raising activities,
    such as High 5 dance flash mobs, discussion groups or even
    leaflet distribution.

    For information on past campaigns, please see the photo
    albums on our Facebook Page.
    facebook.com/pg/worldarthritisday/photos/?tab=photos_albums

    Get involved as an individual



    We want to get as many people as possible High 5ing for
    World Arthritis Day and sharing #WADHigh5 messages to raise
    awareness of RMDs!

    Share a #WADHigh5 with these 4 steps:

    STEP 1

    Write a name on your hand – the name of the person(s) you
    are High 5ing for World Arthritis Day.

    STEP 2

    Take a photo of your hand in a High 5 pose.

    STEP 3

    Write a message to accompany your photo: tell people why
    you are sharing a High 5 for World Arthritis Day with a clear
    and concise message of support or call to action in the text
    accompanying your photo.

    STEP 4

    Post your photo on Twitter or Instagram and use the hashtag
    #WADHigh5. Don’t forget to tag or @mention the person you
    are High 5ing.



    Source: awarenessdays.co.uk/awareness-days-calendar/world-arthritis-day/

    Event Website: worldarthritisday.org/






    .... and finally it's an exceedingly scrumptious ....

    Pumpkin Pie Day





    Double Layer No Bake Pumpkin Pie




    Have a brilliant day all whatever you have planned - I will
    catch up later.

    Alfie xxx
    HELP for HEROES

    The Alphabetty Happy Chatty Early(ish) Bird
    • Upsidedown Bear
    • By Upsidedown Bear 12th Oct 16, 10:02 AM
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    Upsidedown Bear
    Good morning lovely alphabettys

    Hope you are all well. Have a lovely day whatever you have planned







    I've never had pumpkin pie but I want some now
    The Devil whispered in my ear "You are not strong enough to withstand the storm".
    Today I whispered in the Devil's ear "I am the storm".

    In Solidarity: Andy Woodward - Jeremy Corbyn
    Cheap Coffee Lover

    • AlfieBlue
    • By AlfieBlue 12th Oct 16, 4:39 PM
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    AlfieBlue



    I've never had pumpkin pie but I want some now
    Originally posted by Upsidedown Bear






    Alfie xxx
    HELP for HEROES

    The Alphabetty Happy Chatty Early(ish) Bird
    • Upsidedown Bear
    • By Upsidedown Bear 12th Oct 16, 8:16 PM
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    Upsidedown Bear





    Alfie xxx
    Originally posted by AlfieBlue

    The Devil whispered in my ear "You are not strong enough to withstand the storm".
    Today I whispered in the Devil's ear "I am the storm".

    In Solidarity: Andy Woodward - Jeremy Corbyn
    Cheap Coffee Lover

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  • It's not fair or accurate to assign all leave voters (nor remainers) one voice. The vote may have been binary but t? https://t.co/QMqKrfY1jv

  • That's cos the UK voted for Brexit. The choice now unless something radical happens is what type. (Plus twitter o? https://t.co/SLmh2jL4bU

  • Todays twitter poll: The lib dem leader says more people now want soft brexit (ie still in single market etc) than hard - what do you want?

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