Quotes Wednesday – George Eliot

“Our dead are never dead to us, until we have forgotten them.” – George Eliot

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Hi, I’m Jude.  I am a married mother of 2 teenagers, I work as a social care disability support worker a few hours a week when I’m not home-schooling my daughter who has a disability, or blogging. Or cleaning.  I write about Rheumatoid Arthritis, chronic illness and disability and any other related things that affect my little family.  I try my best to be funny too.

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4 thoughts on “Quotes Wednesday – George Eliot

    1. Really? That sounds interesting. I looked into All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day recently, interesting stuff. We don’t really go as big for Halloween here in the UK as in the US, it’s more dressing up fun for children than anything else. I would love to be able to buy tinned pumpkin…but it’s not available here! Aah!
      I like the idea of celebrating the lives of those who have gone before us though. We’re too ‘stiff upper lip’ for that here haha!

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