Posted by: aoifelove | November 10, 2018

Happy Veteran’s Day!

Dear Eighth Grade Parents  and Students,

THANK YOU to all our heroic Veterans, who have done so much for our country!  Your service, bravery, and dedication are greatly appreciated.  You are our heroes!  I wish all our E.C.D.S. families a Happy Veteran’s Day, on Sunday, November 11. 🙂

THANK YOU to all our parents who attended our Parent/Teacher Conferences, on Thursday and Friday.  It was lovely to meet up with you to discuss your children’s academic and social progress. 🙂

This past week in literature, my Eighth Graders commenced reading The Odyssey by Homer.  They also read and analyzed the poem, “The Bells” by Edgar Allan Poe.  They continued to learn how to write a “Two-Chunk-Paragraphs,” and applied it to Animal Farm by George Orwell.  They reviewed for the Literary Devices test.  They worked on their grammar and punctuation workbooks.  We ran out of time for Literature on DVD.  I am happy to report that the majority of my Eighth Graders scored A+’s/A’s on their Literary Devices Test.  I am so proud of them!  🙂

This week in literature, my Eighth Graders will continue to read The Odyssey, as Odysseus and his men encounter cope with the enchantress, Circe, and various monsters, in an attempt to return to Ithaca.  They will also continue to practice writing “Two-Chunk-Paragraphs,” with respect to Animal Farm. They will work on their grammar and punctuation editing workbooks.  In addition to this, I will distribute the guidelines for a Reaction Paper to Animal Farm.  They will watch the first installment of Hamlet by William Shakespeare, for Literature on DVD.

This past week in History Class, my Eighth Graders reviewed for History Test 3.  They also finished their History Presentations.  I am happy to report that the majority of my Eighth Graders scored A=’s/A’s on their History Test.  Well done, Eighth Graders! 🙂

This week in History Class, my Eighth Graders will read Chapter 4, which focuses on the goals of The Constitution.  They will also write The Declaration Of Independence, in their own words.

Reminders:

  • The Book Fair starts in the library, on Monday, November 12.
  • Our Thanksgiving Break will be from Wednesday, November 21, to Sunday, November 25.
  • There will be no homework during the Thanksgiving Holiday! Your children deserve a break.

The following is the homework for this coming week:

  • Episode VI of Pride and Prejudice is now past due.
  • Study for the spelling/vocabulary test of Lesson 8, in Wordly Wise, for Friday.
  • Complete all the exercises in Lesson 8 of Wordly Wise.
  • Complete the CROSSWORD at the end of Lesson 8.

There is a certain enthusiasm in liberty, that makes human nature rise above itself, in acts of bravery and heroism. ~ Alexander Hamilton

Enjoy the rest of your weekend and have a grand week ahead!

Sincerely,

Miss Susan 🙂

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Posted by: aoifelove | November 10, 2018

Happy Veteran’s Day!

Dear Seventh Grade Parents and Students,

THANK YOU to all our heroic Veterans, who have done so much for our country!  Your service, bravery, and dedication are greatly appreciated.  You are our heroes!  I wish all our E.C.D.S. families a Happy Veteran’s Day, on Sunday, November 11. 🙂

THANK YOU to all our parents who attended our Parent/Teacher Conferences, on Thursday and Friday.  It was lovely to meet up with you to discuss your children’s academic and social progress. 🙂

This past week in literature, my Seventh Graders continued to read Inside the Walls of Troy by Clemence McLaren.   They  continued to learn about “Two-Chunk-Paragraphs,” and applied it to Beowulf.  They worked on their grammar and punctuation workbooks.  In addition to this, they reviewed for the Literary Devices Test.  The majority of them scored A+’s/A’s on the Literary Devices Test.  Well done, Seventh Graders!  They did not have time for literature on DVD.

This week in literature, my Seventh Graders will continue to read Inside the Walls of Troy by Clemence McLaren.  They will continue their study of “Two-Chunk-Paragraphs.”  They will learn the format for writing a screenplay, and begin work on writing a script.  They will watch the first installment of To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee.

Last week in History Class, my Seventh Grades commenced reading Chapter 4, which focused on, “China in the Middle Ages.”  Then, they reviewed for History Test 3.  They also watched two short history documentaries to reinforce their knowledge of the history in Chapter 3. They finished writing their historical plays.

This week in History Class, my Seventh Graders will finish reading Chapter 4, and take notes.  They will start “Current Affairs,” which is their project for November.

Reminders:

  • The Book Fair starts in the library, on Monday, November 12.
  • Our Thanksgiving Break will be from Wednesday, November 21, to Sunday, November 25.
  • There will be no homework during the Thanksgiving Holiday! Your children deserve a break.

The following is the homework for this coming week:

  • Study for the spelling/vocabulary test of Lesson 8, in Wordly Wise for Wednesday, November 14.
  • Complete all the exercises in Lesson 8 of Wordly Wise, for Wednesday.
  • Complete the CROSSWORD at the end of Lesson 8, in Wordly Wise.
  • Think of a good plot for your screenplay.

There is a certain enthusiasm in liberty, that makes human nature rise above itself, in acts of bravery and heroism. ~ Alexander Hamilton

Enjoy your weekend and have a grand week ahead!

Sincerely,

Miss Susan 🙂

Posted by: aoifelove | November 10, 2018

Happy Veteran’s Day!

Dear Sixth Grade Parents and Students,

THANK YOU to all our heroic Veterans, who have done so much for our country!  Your service, bravery, and dedication are greatly appreciated.  You are our heroes!  I wish all our E.C.D.S. families a Happy Veteran’s Day, on Sunday, November 11. 🙂

THANK YOU to all our parents who attended our Parent/Teacher Conferences, on Thursday and Friday.  It was lovely to meet up with you to discuss your children’s academic and social progress. 🙂

This past week in Literature, my Sixth Graders continued the S.I.F.T. Method of literature analysis using Skellig.  They examined Imagery and Figurative Language.  They commenced reading their next book, Greek Gods and Heroes by Robert Graves, and read about the gods and goddesses on Mount Olympus.  Most students have finished the outline of Skellig, while the rest of the class worked on writing narrative poems.  In addition to this, they worked on their grammar and punctuation workbooks.  They also watched the next four chapters of Miss Potter, on DVD, which they love.

This week in literature, my Sixth Graders will continue to read Greek Gods and Heroes by Robert Graves.  They will also finish the S.I.F.T. Method of literature analysis by examining “Themes” in Skellig by David Almond.  They will return to the study of Literary Terms.  They will work on their “Narrative Poems,” in class.  In addition to this, they will work on their grammar and punctuation editing workbooks.  They will watch the last installment of Miss Potter, on DVD.

Reminders:

  • The Book Fair starts in the library, on Monday, November 12.
  • Our Thanksgiving Break will be from Wednesday, November 21, to Sunday, November 25.
  • There will be no homework during the Thanksgiving Holiday! Your children deserve a break.

The following is the homework for this coming week

  • Spelling/vocabulary test of Lesson 9 in Wordly Wise, on Thursday, November 15.
  • Complete all the exercises in Lesson 9 of Wordly Wise, for Thursday.
  • Start writing your “Narrative Poems.”  We will work on them in class.  Due date:Tuesday, November 20.

There is a certain enthusiasm in liberty, that makes human nature rise above itself, in acts of bravery and heroism.  ~ Alexander Hamilton

Enjoy your weekend and have a grand week ahead!

Sincerely,

Miss Susan 🙂

Posted by: aoifelove | November 4, 2018

Parent/Teacher Conferences!

Dear Eighth Grade Parents  and Students,

CONGRATULATIONS to our wonderful Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Graders who were chosen for Student of the Month, at our assembly, on Friday.  Well done!  You are all outstanding students, and I am very proud of you and your work!  🙂

BRAVO! BRAVO! To my EXCELLENT Seventh Graders who gave a superb performance about “Optimism,” at our assembly, on Friday.  Kudos also go to Ms. Regan and Ms. Deb’bora for your innovative and inspiring ideas. 🙂

This past week in literature, my Eighth Graders commenced reading Night by Elie Wiesel.  They continued to analyze Animal Farm, using the C.R.C and the A.X.I.S. Methods, and took notes.  They watched the second and final installment of Animal Farm, on DVD, which brought the book to life for them.  They read and analyzed “Annabelle Lee” by Edgar Allan Poe. They wrote poems based on Animal Farm.  They were introduced to “Two-Chunk-Paragraphs” for the analysis of literature.  In addition to this, they worked on their punctuation workbooks.

This week in literature, my Eighth Graders will commence reading The Odyssey by Homer, as I have put Night by Elie Wiesel on hold for the moment, but we will return to it after reading The Odyssey.  They will also read and analyze the poem, “The Bells” by Edgar Allan Poe, as we ran out of time last week.  They will continue to learn how to write a “Two-Chunk-Paragraphs.”  They will return to Literary Terms and review for the next test.  They will workin their grammar and punctuation workbooks.

This past week in History Class, my Eighth Graders read Section 3 of Chapter 3, which focused on the Federal System and adopting The Constitution.  They commenced the presentation of their history projects.  They prepared for the next History Test, on Tuesday, November 13.

This week in History Class, my Eighth Graders will review for the next History Test.  They will watch short documentaries regarding Chapter 3.  They will also commence writing The Declaration of Independence, in their own words.  They will continue with their History Presentations.

Reminders:

  • Please sign-up for the Parent/Teacher Conferences, on Thursday and Friday, November 8th and 9th.  Many thanks!  I look forward to meeting with you to discuss your child’s academic and social progress.

The following is the homework for this coming week:

  • Episode VI of Pride and Prejudice is due on Friday, November 9.  I have given extra time for this assignment.
  • Please study for the Literary Terms Test, on Friday, November 9.
  • History presentations of “Projects” will continue this week. Two presentations per day.
  • Please prepare for the next History Test, on Tuesday, November 13.

The words that enlighten the soul are more precious than jewels.

~ Hazrat Inayat Khan

Enjoy the rest of your weekend and have a grand week ahead!

Sincerely,

Miss Susan 🙂

Posted by: aoifelove | November 3, 2018

Parent/Teacher Conferences!

Dear Seventh Grade Parents and Students,

CONGRATULATIONS to our wonderful Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Graders who were chosen for Student of the Month, at our assembly, on Friday.  Well done!  You are all outstanding students, and I am very proud of you and your work!  🙂

BRAVO! BRAVO! To my EXCELLENT Seventh Graders who gave a superb performance about “Optimism,” at our assembly, on Friday.  Kudos also go out to Ms. Regan and Ms. Deb’bora for your innovative and inspiring ideas. 🙂

This past week, my Seventh Graders continued with their reading of Inside the Walls of Troy by Clemence McLaren.  They  wrote several A.X.I.S. analyses, regarding Beowulf.  In addition to this, they learned the format for a “Two-Chunk-Paragraph.”  They also worked on the grammar and punctuation/editing workbooks.  They watched the next installment of Silas Marner by George Eliot, on DVD.

This week in literature, my Seventh Graders will continue to read Inside the Walls of Troy by Clemence McLaren.   They will continue to learn about “Two-Chunk-Paragraphs.”  They will return to their Poetry Unit.  They will work in their grammar and punctuation workbooks.  In addition to this, they will review for their Literary Devices Test.  They will start watching To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, on Wednesday, for Literature on DVD.

Last week in History Class, my Seventh Graders continued work on their collaborative projects, to write an historical play based on Chapters 1 and 2.  They finished reading Sections 3 of their history books, and took notes. They also completed three charts from the text.

This week in History Class, my Seventh Grades will commence reading Chapter 4, which focuses on, “China in the Middle Ages.”  Then, they will review for the next History Test.  They will also watch short history documentaries to reinforce their knowledge of the history in Chapter 3, as we did not have time for this last week.  They will act out they historical plays, which should be fun! 🙂

Reminders:

  • Please sign-up for Parent/Teacher Conferences, on Thursday and Friday, November 8 and 9.  Many thanks! I look forward to meeting with you to discuss your child’s progress in Middle School.

The following is the homework for this coming week:

  • The deadline for your History Play/Project is Wednesday, November 7.   You have had a month for this project.
  • Please study for the History Test, on Thursday, November 8.
  • Please study for the Literary Terms/Devices Test, on Friday, November 9.

The words that enlighten the soul are more precious than jewels.

~ Hazrat Inayat Khan

Enjoy your weekend and have a grand week ahead!

Sincerely,

Miss Susan 🙂

Posted by: aoifelove | November 3, 2018

Parent/Teacher Conferences!

Dear Sixth Grade Parents and Students,

CONGRATULATIONS to our wonderful Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Graders who were chosen for Student of the Month, at our assembly, on Friday.  Well done!  You are all outstanding students, and I am very proud of you and your work!  🙂

BRAVO! BRAVO! To our excellent Seventh Graders who gave a superb performance about “Optimism,” at our assembly, on Friday.  Kudos also go out to Ms. Regan and Ms. Deb’bora for your innovative and inspiring ideas. 🙂

This past week, my Sixth Graders finished reading Skellig by David Almond. Then, they commenced the S.I.F.T. Method to analyze it. They covered “Symbolism.”  They continued work on their Plot/Analysis Outlines of Skellig, and ten students finished it.  They also worked on their grammar workbooks.  In addition to this, they reviewed Literary Terms, in preparation for their Literary Terms Test.  They did not have time to watch the next installment of Miss Potter for Literature on DVD, on Friday, because of the Literary Terms Test, much to their chagrin.  I am happy to report that the majority of my Sixth Graders scored high on the Literary Terms Test.  Well done, Sixth Graders!  🙂  Some students did not study for the test, so they will have a retake on Wednesday.  I only allow a retake of the first test.

This week in Literature, my Sixth Graders will continue the S.I.F.T. Method of literature analysis using Skellig.  They will examine Imagery, Figurative Language, and Themes.  They will also commence reading their next book, Greek Gods and Heroes by Robert Graves.  Those students who need to finish the outline of Skellig will do so, while the rest of the class will work on writing narrative poems.  In addition to this, they will work on their grammar and punctuation workbooks.  They will also watch the next four chapters of Miss Potter, on DVD, which they are anticipating with great excitement.

Reminders:

  • Please sign-up for Parent/Teacher Conferences, on Thursday and Friday, November 8th and 9th.  Many thanks!  I look forward to meeting with you, regarding your child’s progress in Middle School.

The following is the homework for this coming week

  • Spelling/vocabulary test of Lesson 8 in Wordly Wise, on Thursday, November 8.
  • Complete all the exercises in Lesson 8 of Wordle Wise, for Thursday.
  • Complete the CROSSWORD at the end of Lesson 8, in Wordly Wise, for Thursday.
  • Formulate an idea for your “Narrative Poems.”  We will work on them in class.  No due date, yet.

The words that enlighten the soul are more precious than jewels.

~ Hazrat Inayat Khan

Enjoy your weekend and have a grand week ahead!

Sincerely,

Miss Susan 🙂

Posted by: aoifelove | October 27, 2018

Happy Halloween!

Dear Eighth Grade Parents  and Students,

A HUGE THANK YOU and CONGRATULATIONS to ANNE MORASCO, the AMAZING PAC TEAM, and all our ECDS PARENTS, on the GREAT SUCCESS of this year’s FALL FESTIVAL.  What a BRILLIANT JOB!  MANY THANKS to our ECDS PARENTS and MRS. COOGAN who set up and worked the Haunted House.  WELL DONE!  THANK YOU to MR. LEHMUNN for permitting our students to drench him with water balloons.  You’re a GREAT SPORT!  A GRAND TIME was had by all! 🙂

A SPECIAL THANK YOU to my EIGHTH GRADERS who worked inside and outside the Haunted House. You were both SCARY and FABULOUS!  BOO! 🙂

This past week, my Eighth Graders read and analyzed “Annabelle Lee” by Edgar Allan Poe. They wrote poems based on Animal Farm.  In addition to this, they applied the A.X.I.S. Method to Animal Farm.  They worked on their grammar and punctuation workbooks.  They watched the second installment of Animal Farm on DVD.

This week in literature, my Eighth Graders will commence reading Night by Elie Wiesel.  They will continue to analyze Animal Farm, using the C.R.C and the A.X.I.S. Methods, and take notes.  In addition to this, they will read and analyze the poem, “The Bells” by Edgar Allan Poe.  They will also work in their grammar and punctuation workbooks.  On Friday, they will watch the next installment of Animal Farm. 

Last week in History Class, my Eighth Graders read Section 2 of Chapter 3, focuses on the events that led to the writing of The Constitution and the three branches of government. They also read a short story titled “Second Daughter” by Mildred Pitts Walter.

This week in History Class, my Eighth Graders will read Section 3 of Chapter 3, which focuses on the Federal System and adopting The Constitution.  They will present their projects, two per day.  They will prepare for the next History Test.

Reminders:

  • Our annual Halloween Parade will take place on Wednesday, October 31, at 11:00a.m.
  • Please sign-up for the Parent/Teacher Conferences, on November 8 and 9.  Many thanks!

The following is the homework for this coming week:

  • Episode VI of Pride and Prejudice is due on Friday, November 2.
  • The Animal Farm poem is due on Monday, November 2.
  • Spelling/vocabulary test of Lesson 7, on Friday, November 2.
  • Complete all the exercises in Lesson 7 of Wordly Wise for Friday, November 2.
  • History presentations of “Projects” this week.  Two presentations per day.

No one can be free, unless he or she is independent. ~ Maria Montessori

Enjoy your weekend and have a grand week ahead!

Sincerely,

Miss Susan 🙂

Posted by: aoifelove | October 27, 2018

Happy Halloween!

Dear Seventh Grade Parents and Students,

A HUGE THANK YOU and CONGRATULATIONS to ANNE MORASCO, the AMAZING PAC TEAM, and all the ECDS PARENTS, on the GREAT SUCCESS of this year’s FALL FESTIVAL!  What a BRILLIANT JOB!  MANY THANKS also to our ECDS PARENTS and MRS. COOGAN who set up and worked the Haunted House.  WELL DONE!  THANK YOU to MR. LEHMUNN for permitting our students to drench you with water balloons.  You’re a GREAT SPORT!  A GRAND TIME was had by all!  🙂

A SPECIAL THANK YOU to my SEVENTH GRADERS who worked inside and outside the Haunted House.  You were both Scary and Fabulous!  BOO! 🙂

This past week in literature, my Seventh Graders continued their reading of Inside the Wall of Troy by Clemence McLaren.  They continued work on writing an heroic poem based on Beowulf.  They returned to the A.X.I.S. Method of literature analysis for Beowulf.  In addition to this, they worked on their grammar and punctuation workbooks.  I am happy to report that the majority of my Seventh Graders scored extremely high on the Literary Terms Test, on Friday.  Well done, Seventh Graders!  I am so proud of you! 🙂

This week, my Seventh Graders will continue with their reading of Inside the Walls of Troy by Clemence McLaren.  They will continue to write A.X.I.S. regarding Beowulf.  They will return to their study of poetry with “O Captain, My Captain” by Walt Whitman.  In addition to this, they will learn how to write a “Two-Chunk-Paragraph.”  They will also work on the grammar and punctuation/editing workbooks.  They will watch the next installment of Silas Marner by George Eliot, on DVD.  

Last week in History Class, my Seventh Graders continued work on their collaborative projects, to write an historical play based on Chapters 1 and 2.  They also read most of Sections 3 of their history books.   This week in History Class, my Seventh Grades will finish reading Section 3 and take notes.  Then, they will prepare for the next History Test.  They will also watch short history documentaries to cement their knowledge of history from Chapter 3.

Reminders:

  • Our annual Halloween Parade will take place on Wednesday, October 31, at 11:00a.m.
  • Please sign-up for Parent/Teacher Conferences, on November 8 and 9.  Many thanks!

The following is the homework for this coming week:

  • The heroic poems are due on Monday, October 29.
  • Please study for the spelling/vocabulary test of Lesson 7 in Wordly Wise, for Wednesday.
  • Complete all the exercises in Lesson 7 of Wordly Wise, for Wednesday.
  • Rewrites of “Legends/Myths” and “Outlines of Beowulf” are still past due for some students.  Please submit.

No one can be free, unless he or she is independent. ~ Maria Montessori

Enjoy your weekend and have a grand week ahead!

Sincerely,

Miss Susan 🙂

Posted by: aoifelove | October 27, 2018

Happy Halloween!

Dear Sixth Grade Parents and Students,

A HUGE THANK YOU and CONGRATULATIONS to Anne Morasco, the AMAZING PAC TEAM, and all the ECDS PARENTS, on the GREAT SUCCESS of this year’s FALL FESTIVAL!  What a BRILLIANT JOB!  MANY THANKS also to our ECDS PARENTS and MRS. COOGAN who set up and worked the Haunted House.  WELL DONE!  THANK YOU to MR. LEHMUNN for allowing our students to drench you with the water balloons.  You’re a GREAT SPORT!  A GRAND TIME was had by all! 🙂

A SPECIAL THANK YOU to our beloved SIXTH GRADERS who worked inside and outside the Haunted House.  You were both SCARY and FABULOUS!  BOO! 🙂

This past week, my Sixth Graders almost finished their reading of Skellig by David Almond. They also read Eugene Field’s poem, “Little Boy Blue.”  In addition to this, they worked in their grammar workbooks.  They worked on writing the Plot/Analysis Outline of Skellig.  On Friday, they watched the first installment of Miss Potter, for Literature on DVD.  You could hear a pin drop, they were so engrossed!

This coming week, my Sixth Graders will finish reading Skellig by David Almond, we have three short chapters left to read. Then, they will use the S.I.F.T. Method to analyze it. They will continue to work on their Plot/Analysis Outlines of Skellig.  They will also work in their grammar and punctuation editing workbooks.  In addition to this, they will review Literary Terms, in preparation for their upcoming Literary Terms Test.  They will watch the next installment of Miss Potter for Literature on DVD, on Friday.  If time permits, my Sixth Graders will work on their “Spooky Stories.”

Reminders:

  • We will have our annual Halloween Parade on Wednesday, October 31, at 11:00a.m.
  • Please sign-up for Parent/Teacher Conferences, on November 8th and 9th.  Many thanks!

The following is the homework for this coming week

  • Study your Literary Terms, please, for the test on Friday, November 2.  No Wordly Wise homework!
  • Work on your Spooky Story, which is due on November 2.
  • Rewrites of the Fables and a colored illustration are still past due for three students.  Please submit.

No one can be free, unless he or she is independent. ~ Maria Montessori

Enjoy your weekend and have a grand week ahead!

Sincerely,

Miss Susan 🙂

Posted by: aoifelove | October 20, 2018

Fall Festival!

Dear Eighth Grade Parents  and Students,

This past week, my Eighth Graders finished their reading of Animal Farm by George Orwell.   They also finished writing a Plot/Analysis Outline of Animal Farm.  They commenced  writing poems based on Animal Farm.  In addition to this, they finished reading “The Raven” by Edgar Allen Poe.  They finished watching Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, and commenced watching Animal Farm on DVD, which brings the book to life.

This week in literature, my Eighth Graders will analyze Animal Farm, using the C.R.C and the A.X.I.S. Methods.  In addition to this, they will finish their narrative poems regarding Animal Farm.  They will read the poem “Annabelle Lee” by Edgar Allan Poe.  They will work in their grammar workbooks.  Then, they will watch the next installment of Animal Farm. If time permits, they will commence reading Night by Elie Wiesel.

Last week in History Class, my Eighth Graders read the Declaration of Independence in Legalese, in their history books.  Then, I read it to them in plain English, in preparation for the writing of it, in their own words.  They also read Section 1 of Chapter 3. I am happy to report that most of my Eighth Graders scored high on their History Test.  Well done, Eighth Graders!

This week in History Class, my Eighth Graders will read Section 2 of Chapter 3, which deals with the events that led to writing The Constitution, and the three branches of government.  They will also read a short story titled “Second Daughter” by Mildred Pitts Walter, which is set in a courtroom in Great Barrington, western Massachusetts, in 1781.

Reminders:

  • A field trip to the Palomar Observatory is scheduled for Tuesday, October 23.
  • Please join us in celebrating the Fall Festival, on Friday, October 26, at 2:00p.m.
  • Please sign-up for the Parent/Teacher Conferences, on November 8 and 9.  Many thanks!

The following is the homework for this coming week:

  • The rewrite of Episode V of Pride and Prejudice is due on Monday, October 22.
  • Spelling/vocabulary test of Lesson 7, on Friday, October 26.
  • Complete all the exercises in Lesson 7 of Wordly Wise for Friday, October 26.
  • Your poems based on Animal Farm are due on Friday, October 26.

Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see. ~ Mark Twain

Enjoy your weekend and have a grand week ahead!

Sincerely,

Miss Susan 🙂

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