KRAZY KATS

Welcome to Krazy Kats - a friendly informal online community discussing life issues that we care about. Open 24/7 for chat & chill. Come and join us!

The Video of the Week now showing on Light After Life Forum's Portal Page is: BBC Documentary - 'Science and the Séance'

Latest topics

» Silly Endings.
by Feather Today at 11:47

» Keep a Word - Delete a Word
by Whiskers 18th July 2018, 12:25

» Jellyfish swarm turns sea pink
by Kitkat 12th July 2018, 17:28

» Backpacker hospitalized with sepsis after mosquito bite coma
by Kitkat 6th July 2018, 10:00

» Antwerp Railway Station.
by Kitkat 3rd July 2018, 14:57

» Garden Gossip
by Kitkat 1st July 2018, 10:07

» The power of the tweet !
by Kitkat 28th June 2018, 19:28

» Eighty-two chihuahuas found at Birmingham house
by Kitkat 25th June 2018, 12:28

» Stardust on the Moon
by Whiskers 12th June 2018, 20:36

» Feather by the sea.
by Stardust 10th June 2018, 20:46

» Pic-pick of the week
by Jamboree 10th June 2018, 02:10

» Notification of new posts made on the Forum
by Kitkat 3rd June 2018, 11:54

» Oh, well done! - crafty little crayfish
by Kitkat 3rd June 2018, 11:26

» The Spiritlove Forum
by OreoCat85 1st June 2018, 08:51

» Notification of new PMs (private messages) [solved]
by Kitkat 28th May 2018, 22:27

» Costco is where the talent is
by Kitkat 26th May 2018, 17:01

» What is GDPR ?
by Kitkat 26th May 2018, 12:55

» New 'Like' feature on the forum
by Kitkat 25th May 2018, 22:27

» The cartoon thread.
by Kitkat 24th May 2018, 16:08

» Goodbye Depo Provera
by OreoCat85 24th May 2018, 10:53

» The Greatest Showman
by OreoCat85 24th May 2018, 10:50

» Ashya: The Untold Story
by Whiskers 22nd May 2018, 11:07

» Raincheck! Sorry, I'm doing my nails ...
by Kitkat 18th May 2018, 11:18

» Forum going slow
by Kitkat 17th May 2018, 13:31

» Eurovision 2018: 7 things to look out for during the show
by Kitkat 12th May 2018, 17:36

» Woman asks firefighters to help'stoned' raccoon
by Kitkat 12th May 2018, 12:35

» Poetry from the heart.
by Kitkat 12th May 2018, 11:20

» "Moonlight Sonata" - A Morning in May
by Feather 12th May 2018, 10:37

» Red tide: Electric blue waves wash California shore
by Kitkat 11th May 2018, 12:18

» Rolling stock that just ... doesn't
by Kitkat 8th May 2018, 22:49

» Like cake?
by bimbow 8th May 2018, 22:15

» Shoulda known it was too good to be true ...
by Kitkat 8th May 2018, 11:05

» The Irish Thread
by Kitkat 3rd May 2018, 11:49

» MPs call for ESA death statistics to be published (Calum's List)
by Kitkat 24th April 2018, 20:26

» 'Messy' mum barred from pub
by Kitkat 23rd April 2018, 14:21

» Prime cheek!
by OreoCat85 22nd April 2018, 19:18

» Endowarriror os now OreoCat85
by Whiskers 22nd April 2018, 18:38

» Migraine is more than 'just a headache'
by Jamboree 19th April 2018, 09:04

» View all new posts since last visit - at a glance
by Kitkat 9th April 2018, 11:36

» Ronnie Corbett in an opera spoof?
by bimbow 7th April 2018, 23:02

» Henry and Baloo leave their pawprints in our hearts
by Whiskers 6th April 2018, 21:55

» Orkney: When the Boat Comes In
by Kitkat 6th April 2018, 16:30

» The Worst Construction Mistakes Ever
by Whiskers 5th April 2018, 12:00

» Nature
by Whiskers 4th April 2018, 12:00

» Wildlife - death of Sudan, last male White Northern Rhino
by Stardust 4th April 2018, 09:36

» Stephen Hawking's warnings: What he predicted for the future
by Whiskers 3rd April 2018, 22:05

» Facebook links
by Stardust 3rd April 2018, 11:39

» A Granma's Anagrams
by Whiskers 3rd April 2018, 11:23

» Is Peer Review all it's cracked up to be?
by Stardust 3rd April 2018, 10:02

» Guess the word
by Jamboree 31st March 2018, 16:09

» Question for Forum Bloggers (Poll)
by Kitkat 30th March 2018, 23:05

» Happy Easter
by Kitkat 30th March 2018, 23:01

» Wild Scotland
by Whiskers 29th March 2018, 20:03

» A blink's as good as a smile
by Kitkat 27th March 2018, 21:08

» World's oldest cave art
by Stardust 27th March 2018, 11:23

» Kemerovo fire kills at least 64
by Stardust 27th March 2018, 10:52

» Blogthings: The Labyrinth Test
by Stardust 26th March 2018, 17:10

» Cannes Film Festival 2018 - Red Carpet selfies banned
by Stardust 26th March 2018, 13:33

» True hero: Lt Col Arnaud Beltrame
by Kitkat 25th March 2018, 22:27

» Books
by Kitkat 24th March 2018, 16:48

» Cosmic beauty
by Stardust 23rd March 2018, 11:26

» Blogthings: The Easter egg personality test.
by Kitkat 23rd March 2018, 10:29

» Blogthings: What part of Spring are you?
by Stardust 23rd March 2018, 10:13

» So you think you know cats... read on
by Stardust 23rd March 2018, 09:43

» Freecycle.org
by Kitkat 22nd March 2018, 13:09

» Blogthings: what forest animal are you?
by Whiskers 21st March 2018, 16:40

» Bureaucats: Whiskers in the Workplace
by Whiskers 21st March 2018, 15:45

» Wildlife - lions eat the poacher
by Whiskers 21st March 2018, 15:43

» Wildlife - San Francisco to ban sale of fur
by Stardust 21st March 2018, 11:48

» The Beast from the East?
by Stardust 21st March 2018, 10:44

» Delicious and nutritious
by Stardust 21st March 2018, 10:19

» April Fools
by Stardust 21st March 2018, 07:57

» Your man with the glasses ...
by Kitkat 20th March 2018, 13:36

» Message in a bottle
by Stardust 20th March 2018, 09:39

» Upper Back Pain
by Kitkat 10th March 2018, 16:14

» [solved] Yahoo Mail down - again!
by Kitkat 9th March 2018, 23:00

» Concerns with Wikipedia (and "filter bubbles") - Guerrilla Skeptics at Large
by Kitkat 3rd March 2018, 23:29

» Wonderful images - fabulous music
by bimbow 1st March 2018, 17:23

» The Beast from the East
by Kitkat 1st March 2018, 14:01

» Invasion of the sex-craved spiders! EEK!
by lar-lar 25th February 2018, 21:32

» Daughter fundraising to save her terminally ill mother
by Jamboree 18th February 2018, 11:53

» Kitkat's KK Blog
by Kitkat 15th February 2018, 21:36

» A Day in The Life of a Dictator - Documentary
by Jamboree 12th February 2018, 07:21

» A coconut in a coffin?
by Whiskers 9th February 2018, 20:35

» Limericks
by bimbow 8th February 2018, 21:22

» Is there a Cathy in the place?
by Kitkat 1st February 2018, 19:17

» Chinese New Year
by Stardust 1st February 2018, 14:17

» What's your emergency?
by Whiskers 27th January 2018, 13:09

» YouTube free-loading vlogger gets a much needed lesson in reality
by Whiskers 22nd January 2018, 20:17

» Three-month-old baby says "hello"
by Kitkat 13th January 2018, 15:00

» 60 Christmas traditions around the world
by Kitkat 30th December 2017, 21:58

» Simon's Cat
by Kitkat 26th December 2017, 16:27

» A new(ish) song for Christmas.
by Whiskers 24th December 2017, 13:49

» Merry Christmas
by Whiskers 24th December 2017, 13:37

» The Christmas Thread
by Kitkat 20th December 2017, 21:22

» A reader's response to your article on food waste
by Whiskers 18th December 2017, 14:35

» Downward Dog
by Kitkat 4th December 2017, 21:35

» A very young Bee Gees treat
by Whiskers 29th November 2017, 16:35

» The life and achievements of Dr Elsie Inglis
by Kitkat 26th November 2017, 09:14

Top posting users this month

Top posters

Kitkat (3575)
 
Whiskers (1345)
 
Stardust (1243)
 
Feather (1213)
 
Umberto Cocopop (369)
 
Jamboree (331)
 
bimbow (317)
 
lar-lar (132)
 
Pixie (105)
 
OreoCat85 (82)
 

Top posting users this week

Please sign our Guest Book:

Guestbook

Light After Life Forum (LAL)


Click HERE for latest topics feed

Happy Halloween!

Share
avatar
Feather
All Star Gold Member
All Star Gold Member

Posts : 1213
Likes received : 16
Join date : 2011-03-25
Location : Scotland

Happy Halloween!

Post by Feather on 29th October 2011, 15:39




I'D RATHER PURR THAN HISS!  
avatar
Kitkat
Admin Kat
Admin Kat

Posts : 3575
Likes received : 34
Join date : 2011-03-19
Location : Around the bend

Re: Happy Halloween!

Post by Kitkat on 30th October 2011, 11:40

According to some sites, the tradition of Hallowe'en is supposed to have started in Ireland. The Irish then brought it to America (who added on bits and pieces) and so it goes ...
Hallowe'en was an exciting event when I was growing up in Ireland. We had the colcannon and the barmbrack - and we dressed up and went visiting all the houses around. The neighbours always asked for a 'treat' (they wouldn't dare otherwise) and the treat usually would mean having to sing a song for them or sometimes we would all have to join in in one of the games set up especially for the occasion - usually involving apples for some reason, and if we didn't succeed in biting the apple in the bowl of water (with our head upside down and back to front!) of taking a bite out of an apple swinging around on the end of a piece of string attaching to the ceiling (with our hands tied behind our back - with another piece of string, lol) then we wouldn't be given anything to put in our buckets. (No problem to us - we became dab hands at the Hallowe'en party tricks, practising for days beforehand!). Then at the end of the house visits (also, sometimes people would stop us on the street and put money, sweets or nuts etc in our bucket) - visits over we would divide the goodies equally between us and go back to our respective homes (making sure to be indoors before midnight!) and continue with the festivities. In our house we would sit around the open fire roasting chestnuts and swapping ghost stories .... afraid long into the night ...

IRISH HALLOWEEN TRADITIONS

The Celts celebrated Halloween as Samhain, 'All Hallowtide'
- the 'Feast of the Dead', when the dead revisited the
mortal world. The celebration marked the end of Summer
and the start of the Winter months.

During the eighth century the Catholic Church designated
the first day of November as 'All Saints Day ('All Hallows')
- a day of commemoration for those Saints that did not have
a specific day of remembrance. The night before was known
as 'All Hallows Eve' which, over time, became known as
Halloween.

Here are the most notable Irish Halloween Traditions:

Colcannon for Dinner: Boiled Potato, Curly Kale (a cabbage)
and raw Onions are provided as the traditional Irish
Halloween dinner. Clean coins are wrapped in baking paper
and placed in the potato for children to find and keep.

The Barnbrack Cake: The traditional Halloween cake in
Ireland is the barnbrack which is a fruit bread. Each member
of the family gets a slice. Great interest is taken in the
outcome as there is a piece of rag, a coin and a ring in
each cake. If you get the rag then your financial future is
doubtful. If you get the coin then you can look forward to
a prosperous year. Getting the ring is a sure sign of
impending romance or continued happiness.

The Ivy Leaf: Each member of the family places a perfect
ivy leaf into a cup of water and it is then left undisturbed
overnight. If, in the morning, a leaf is still perfect and
has not developed any spots then the person who placed the
leaf in the cup can be sure of 12 months health until the
following Halloween. If not.....

The Pumpkin: Carving Pumpkins dates back to the eighteenth
century and to an Irish blacksmith named Jack who colluded
with the Devil and was denied entry to Heaven. He was
condemned to wander the earth but asked the Devil for some
light. He was given a burning coal ember which he placed
inside a turnip that he had gouged out.

The tradition of Jack O'Lanterns was born - the bearer
being the wandering blacksmith - a damned soul. Villagers
in Ireland hoped that the lantern in their window would keep
the wanderer away. When the Irish emigrated in millions to
America there was not a great supply of turnips so pumpkins
were used instead.

Halloween Costumes: On Halloween night children would dress
up in scary costumes and go house to house. 'Help the
Halloween Party' and 'Trick or Treat' were the cries to be
heard at each door. This tradition of wearing costumes also
dates back to Celtic times. On the special night when the
living and the dead were at their closest the Celtic Druids
would dress up in elaborate costumes to disguise themselves
as spirits and devils in case they encountered other devils
and spirits during the night. By disguising they hoped that
they would be able to avoid being carried away at the end
of the night. This explains why witches, goblins and ghosts
remain the most popular choices for the costumes.

Snap Apple: After the visits to the neighbours the Halloween
games begin, the most popular of which is Snap Apple. An
apple is suspended from a string and children are
blindfolded. The first child to get a decent bite of the
apple gets to keep their prize. The same game can be played
by placing apples in a basin of water and trying to get a
grip on the apple without too much mess!

The Bonfire: The Halloween bonfire is a tradition to
encourage dreams of who your future husband or wife is going
to be. The idea was to drop a cutting of your hair into the
burning embers and then dream of you future loved one.
Halloween was one of the Celt 'fire' celebrations.

Blind Date: Blindfolded local girls would go out into the
fields and pull up the first cabbage they could find. If
their cabbage had a substantial amount of earth attached to
the roots then there future loved one would have money.
Eating the cabbage would reveal the nature of their future
husband - bitter or sweet!

Another way of finding your future spouse is to peel an
apple in one go. If done successfully the single apple
peel could be dropped on the floor to reveal the initials
of the future-intended.

Anti-Fairy Measures: Fairies and goblins try to collect
as many souls as they can at Halloween but if they met a
person who threw the dust from under their feet at the
Fairy then they would be obliged to release any souls
that they held captive.

Holy water was sometimes anointed on farm animals to keep
them safe during the night. If the animals were showing
signs of ill health on All Hallows Eve then they would be
spat on to try to ward off any evil spirits.

(C) Copyright http://www.ireland-information.com

I don't know about any of the other traditions mentioned there. Different counties and different parts of Ireland have different customs and traditions, so maybe these things were to be found in other parts of the country.
Anyway, will be the traditional colcannon and barmbrack in this house tomorrow, candles lit and an extra place set at the table (just to welcome anyone who might come a-haunting)

lol - I just love the one at the end about spitting on the animals
I watched the film 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' (lol - must about 50 times now) and there is an old tradition where spitting on someone is supposed to ward off any bad luck (I guess that must have something to do with 'evil spirits') and therefore only allowing the good ones in - bringing good luck the spitee. The wedding scene - where the bride is walking up the aisle to meet her future hubby ... and everyone in the church is spitting on her as she goes .... just makes me crease up every time I see it.
avatar
Stardust
All Star Gold Member
All Star Gold Member

Posts : 1243
Likes received : 21
Join date : 2011-03-24
Location : City of Light

Happy Halloween

Post by Stardust on 31st October 2011, 12:22

That was interesting.
We used to do the apple bobbing, apple on a string, and peel too. Also, if a girl sat brushing her hair in front of a mirror on Halloween night, it was said that at the stroke of twelve she would glimpse a reflection of her future husband's face.
I hope you all have lots of fun, but don't eat too much candy.




Be grateful for even the smallest thing, blessings come in many disguises.
avatar
Stardust
All Star Gold Member
All Star Gold Member

Posts : 1243
Likes received : 21
Join date : 2011-03-24
Location : City of Light

Re: Happy Halloween!

Post by Stardust on 7th October 2016, 09:39

Already the shops are selling all sorts of goodies for Halloween. Time to stock up.




Be grateful for even the smallest thing, blessings come in many disguises.
avatar
OreoCat85
Just can't stay away
Just can't stay away

Posts : 82
Likes received : 3
Join date : 2016-08-24
Location : United Kingdom
Job/hobbies : Full Time Mother & Wife

Re: Happy Halloween!

Post by OreoCat85 on 7th October 2016, 11:58

Ooh I love Halloween, here in the UK we celebrate it the 31 Oct, not sure if it's the same or different overseas




"Thanking you all for allowing me to be apart of this wonderful group!"

avatar
Feather
All Star Gold Member
All Star Gold Member

Posts : 1213
Likes received : 16
Join date : 2011-03-25
Location : Scotland

Re: Happy Halloween!

Post by Feather on 7th October 2016, 15:30

All I know is that here the school kids go round pouring treacle through letter boxes and using it to stick feathers to house windows. Now I live in the countryside so don't get that but I still leave all the outside lights on till late. Farm gates are removed and laid across roads etc--dangerous and nasty.I'm glad when it's all over.



I'D RATHER PURR THAN HISS!  
avatar
Kitkat
Admin Kat
Admin Kat

Posts : 3575
Likes received : 34
Join date : 2011-03-19
Location : Around the bend

Re: Happy Halloween!

Post by Kitkat on 7th October 2016, 18:17

@Feather wrote:All I know is that here the school kids go round pouring treacle through letter boxes and using it to stick feathers to house windows. Now I live in the countryside so don't get that but I still leave all the outside lights on till late. Farm gates are removed and laid across roads etc--dangerous and nasty.I'm glad when it's all over.

afraid Nothing like that around here! I'm pretty sure anyone seen to be getting up to that kind of lark would likely end up in a police cell for the night.
avatar
Feather
All Star Gold Member
All Star Gold Member

Posts : 1213
Likes received : 16
Join date : 2011-03-25
Location : Scotland

Re: Happy Halloween!

Post by Feather on 7th October 2016, 22:12

Yes but here it all happens in the night. The polce used to turn a blind eye to innocent pranks but they stopped being innocent many years ago. It's become a tradition with each group trying to outdo the others.The police can't be everywhere at one time.



I'D RATHER PURR THAN HISS!  
avatar
bimbow
Seasoned Member
Seasoned Member

Posts : 317
Likes received : 3
Join date : 2011-10-11

Re: Happy Halloween!

Post by bimbow on 8th October 2016, 01:08

Stardust, you mention Halloween goodies!  I'd say the whole thing is a nonsensical money-making crapfest :thumb:



Definitely not just for skeptics, and we've moved. Yes, again. Sadly necessary. .....https://skepticsforum.co.uk
avatar
Stardust
All Star Gold Member
All Star Gold Member

Posts : 1243
Likes received : 21
Join date : 2011-03-24
Location : City of Light

Re: Happy Halloween!

Post by Stardust on 8th October 2016, 07:00

I like to see the children disguised, happy and excited. I do buy sweets some years in case any come knocking at the door, but one year nobody did and we ended up eating them all ourselves. Not that it was a hardship. Don't think about the teeth, though.



Feather, that's terrible, makes you wonder what goes on in the minds of some youngsters. Shocked



Be grateful for even the smallest thing, blessings come in many disguises.
avatar
Stardust
All Star Gold Member
All Star Gold Member

Posts : 1243
Likes received : 21
Join date : 2011-03-24
Location : City of Light

Re: Happy Halloween!

Post by Stardust on 31st October 2016, 20:03

Saw the children playing outside with their disguises and spooking one another, but nobody came to knock at the door demanding "Trick or Treat". Pity, but I expect the parents bought their own little monsters treats anyway.
witchy



Be grateful for even the smallest thing, blessings come in many disguises.
avatar
Feather
All Star Gold Member
All Star Gold Member

Posts : 1213
Likes received : 16
Join date : 2011-03-25
Location : Scotland

Re: Happy Halloween!

Post by Feather on 31st October 2016, 21:15

I'm afraid I agree with bimbow but I think the same way about Christmas.Its false magic melted away with my youth.



I'D RATHER PURR THAN HISS!  
avatar
Stardust
All Star Gold Member
All Star Gold Member

Posts : 1243
Likes received : 21
Join date : 2011-03-24
Location : City of Light

Re: Happy Halloween!

Post by Stardust on 1st November 2016, 12:37

Any excuse to spread a little happiness is OK with me. I like to see folk enjoying themselves and everyone can choose how much to spend, according to their resources, and whether to participate, etc.

There are already so many reasons in life to be sad and gloomy, why spoil the occasions when we can smile and be happy, especially when we see the eyes of children shining with excitement and can share the magic with them. They'll find out soon enough how dull life can sometimes be and how much hard work it is.

happyheart



Be grateful for even the smallest thing, blessings come in many disguises.
avatar
Feather
All Star Gold Member
All Star Gold Member

Posts : 1213
Likes received : 16
Join date : 2011-03-25
Location : Scotland

Re: Happy Halloween!

Post by Feather on 1st November 2016, 12:45

True--but have you ever studied a child's face when he/she is told there is no Santa?
Are the lies worth the disappiontments?



I'D RATHER PURR THAN HISS!  
avatar
Stardust
All Star Gold Member
All Star Gold Member

Posts : 1243
Likes received : 21
Join date : 2011-03-24
Location : City of Light

Re: Happy Halloween!

Post by Stardust on 1st November 2016, 13:09

No I haven't, Feather. I think they often find out at school these days, and that most of them probably have an inkling before they're actually told. In our family we found out when we were still awake and saw good old Dad creeping in and putting filled stockings at the bottom of our beds.

When I was very small I was rather afraid of Father Christmas so it was a relief to see that Santa was really Dad and that no stranger was going to tiptoe into our room while we were asleep.

I think there are probably only a minority of children who aren't expecting to learn that Santa doesn't exist and to whom it comes as a shock. Looks like that's your experience with some children, perhaps your own. But I'm sure they are soon comforted in warm arms and so long as they still have their usual celebrations I expect they're soon happy again. Santa joins the realm of fairy stories and that's just as well.

I don't like the word 'lies' because to me it's a way of bringing magic and a little mystery to children before they grow up and face the world. It's like the tooth fairy, and there are probably other examples that don't at the moment spring to mind.

Guess for once we'll never agree on this one, dear Feather. happyheart



Be grateful for even the smallest thing, blessings come in many disguises.
avatar
Feather
All Star Gold Member
All Star Gold Member

Posts : 1213
Likes received : 16
Join date : 2011-03-25
Location : Scotland

Re: Happy Halloween!

Post by Feather on 1st November 2016, 17:17

No, I think we shall agree. You've convinced me.xxx.



I'D RATHER PURR THAN HISS!  
avatar
Stardust
All Star Gold Member
All Star Gold Member

Posts : 1243
Likes received : 21
Join date : 2011-03-24
Location : City of Light

Re: Happy Halloween!

Post by Stardust on 2nd November 2016, 08:03

happyheart happyheart happyheart

You've made my day, Feather.

catlick



Be grateful for even the smallest thing, blessings come in many disguises.
avatar
Stardust
All Star Gold Member
All Star Gold Member

Posts : 1243
Likes received : 21
Join date : 2011-03-24
Location : City of Light

Re: Happy Halloween!

Post by Stardust on 20th October 2017, 16:23

15 Facts about pumpkins:

http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/health/diet-nutrition/a22544/facts-about-pumpkins/

There are also decoration ideas and recipes using pumpkins.

witchy

Lots more Halloween ideas here:

http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/holidays/halloween-ideas/

Halloween photos here (last one is a short video):

http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/holidays/halloween-ideas/g4794/vintage-halloween-photos/



Be grateful for even the smallest thing, blessings come in many disguises.
avatar
Jamboree
Seasoned Member
Seasoned Member

Posts : 331
Likes received : 5
Join date : 2011-06-08

Re: Happy Halloween!

Post by Jamboree on 23rd October 2017, 01:06

I'm with the general consensus here re Halloween - it's become far too Americanised and commercialised.  
But 100% with Stardust's Father Christmas. yes nod
avatar
Stardust
All Star Gold Member
All Star Gold Member

Posts : 1243
Likes received : 21
Join date : 2011-03-24
Location : City of Light

Re: Happy Halloween!

Post by Stardust on 25th October 2017, 08:37

The children around here love Halloween, they get all dressed up in orange and black, or white if they're being a ghost, wear masks or more usually have their face painted, then get excited spooking one another before going door to door to "trick or treat" (there's usually an adult with them, sadly necessary these days).

They have such a lot of fun it makes everyone smile. We never up to now had nasty pranks (and nobody has to join in if they don't want to).

They are storing up happy childhood memories which will remain to sustain them during those difficult adult days when there's so little freedom and they'll be weary with the day-to-day grind of work and rush hour travelling. They will remember the magical days and smile.

stirpot   witchy

Offices opposite have put up orange garlands and balloons, and Halloween stickers on the windows, looks like they're getting ready to party.

banana  wine



Be grateful for even the smallest thing, blessings come in many disguises.

    Current date/time is 21st July 2018, 12:13