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Subject: Re: Yesterday and today Date: 10/7/2012 8:13 PM
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"I took my little ones to a Blessing of the Animals today at a Catholic Church...kind of different and very brief compared to a few others I'd been to." - luckydog


I like that. I don't know why but there is something about the idea of it that appeals to me. The Episcopal church in Knoxville used to have a similar thing where they blessed people's pets and it gave me a good feeling. Bonnie used to have friends at the Episcopal church and we went to one of their services. Gave me a warm nice feeling. Very touching.

Artie
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