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06 October 2022

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The world is ever changing in so many ways
The last 4 years have been a whirl wind of things to process for us all
I pray for our world and all the people in it
Love Jeanne

Bonjour à tous,

Yes, I understand that Michelin wanted to encourage travel to the acclaimed restaurants in France for which they wrote their guide. Guess tires were a way to do just that.

Since there is nothing as constant as change, one must maintain a balance between the best of the past and the positive of the future without letting the stress cause us to end up looking like the Michelin man :)

Bonne fin de semaine,
Ella

Thanks for these updates, Corey. Makes me feel so worldly! Myra

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