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  1. Yes and in the English Midlands they believed a black cat near you or sneezing on you on your wedding day as the bride meant a happy marriage. So odd but explainable. 🙂

  2. I had one ! The furry black cat ! They were lucky black cats given with silver horseshoes by little kids as you exited from the church. My cat had lurid green eyes. First marriage in 74. Far from lucky ha ! I reckon this photo had been long buried in your garden. How exciting.

  3. I had one ! The furry black cat ! They were lucky black cats given with silver horseshoes by little kids as you exited from the church. My cat had lurid green eyes. First marriage in 74. Far from lucky ha ! I reckon this photo had been long buried in your garden. How exciting.

  4. Yes and in the English Midlands they believed a black cat near you or sneezing on you on your wedding day as the bride meant a happy marriage. So odd but explainable. 🙂

  5. I’m so sorry, I don’t like to laugh at others but I nearly spat my morning coffee all over my computer when I read that first line! Laughed myself silly. Sorry again.xoxo
    PS, love that you kept the photo.

  6. Odd is good. When we stop noticing all the weird connections in the universe, our creativity suffers. You could maybe skip the cheese plate in the face variety of oddness – but finding the wedding picture? What a gift from the universe!

  7. Oh, I too find wonder and happiness in the oddities that the universe seems to throw up! How wonderful about the photo (and not so wonderful about the black eye, I am sorry to hear that). I agree it might be a matter of perception and simply noticing these things where others may not, and how lucky we are if we do!

  8. I do love those leaves in your photo. I’m sorry to see the back of Autumn. Mad? Not at all darling. It is we who are sane. The rest of the world is crazy.
    Ali x

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