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Friday, October 31, 2008

TRADITIONS...

Tomorrow is All Saints Day, here in Belgium.


We'll light a candle and say a prayer,


in memory of our beloved deceased ones.



Then we'll have dinner all together


around the family table


and we'll talk and remember the good old days.


Laughters, photos, favourite quotes & things...


A very nice moment.




14 comments:

  1. Just found your blog...Aren't traditions wonderful..your table looks beautiful! Hugs, Mary

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  2. Your table looks wonderful. And your tradition is fabulous. I think we'll adopt that one!

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  3. souunds like a lovely tradition, and so much better than our halloween.

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  4. Wonderful table setting...sounds like a lovely tradition..we don't have enough in oz. Christine

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  5. I just found your blog and it is just lovely. I like your traditional table setting.
    Millie

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  6. love the new look to your blog!

    the table looks beautiful! I hope you had a happy visit with those near and dear to you.

    What until you see what I've stitched up this weekend! oh wait! I forgot...it's a surprise for you and I can't tell you...hhehhehhehhehhee!

    BBH,
    christine

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  7. Je ne comprends pas tout dans le détail, mais suffisamment pour me rendre compte que c'est un beau billet.

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  8. I was in Brugge this weekend and it was wonderful to hear the church bells ringing out on Saturday

    Love and hugs Gina xxx

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  9. Wonderful table for a great day.........
    In Italy we have the Saints day too.
    Thanks for remember on your blog these important traditions.
    ciao ciao

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  10. What a wonderful table setting, and such beautiful plates!

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  11. What a lovely way to celebrate All Saints Day and remember special people in our lives. Your table looks beautiful.

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  12. I agree with Teresa, so much better than halloween!

    Kind of like Day of the Dead in Mexico, remembrances...but lots of skeletons, so maybe it's somewhere in between Hallo and your holiday.

    We need this in America.

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  13. What a lovely celebtation- to remember all your loved ones!

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Thanks a bunch for your comments, they just make my day !