Halloween Night

It is Halloween night, i am at home Waiting for trick or treaters to come to the door and it is the time I can remember a rainy Halloween night, the wind is blowing, which I love the sound of the wind blowing the leaves outside. Startled by a sound that I thought was a footstep following me, it was only a leaf moving in the wind.

About Maria Jolicoeur

Hello, my name is Maria Jolicoeur, I live in Norwich, Connecticut, I am a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution of 1776, Nationally, located in Washington, D.C., a State of Connecticut DAR member and locally a Faith Trumbull Chapter member, which I am the chairperson for American Heritage, Conservation, and I am the publicist. The Faith Trumbull Chapter received an award for Conservation for merit and minutes recited each at each monthly meeting. My ancestor, Basil Prather, born in Maryland, served in the militia in North Carolina in the Revolutionary War of 1776, he was married to Cloe Robinson and they had many children, their son,William, I am a direct descendant. The DAR is a woman's organization with it's members having proof of an ancestor who served in the Revolutionary of War of 1776, we promote education, patriotism, and historic preservation. I have a show, entitled, 'Let's Talk About History', through my involvement as Faith Trumbull DAR publicist, which airs every other Friday at 8:00 p.m., on channel 14(Comcast). I enjoy collection antiques and I have a few antique dolls in my doll collection. I enjoy viewing architecture. I sang in choir at church, locally, and a few arias I sang solo were; Motzart's Mass in C minor Motzart's and Handel's MESSIAH, along with Christmas carols.
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3 Responses to Halloween Night

  1. x says:

    That sounds like a poem used in a movie…LOL.


  2. maria says:

    I was just commenting on your blog about stocks and control and empowerment and my electricity went out. There was a big blow out down the road.


  3. x says:

    That reminds me of tropical storms in the Caribbean. Thunder is never missing. If that was Lou Dobbs, he would have called the state police and told them someone had bombed his neighborhood. LOL


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