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MONDAY

The second day of the week after Sunday, and the first day of the work week. It is the traditional family washday. The word comes from the Anglo- Saxon monandaeg which means the moon's day. In ancient times, each of the seven days was dedicated to a god or goddess. Monday was sacred to the goddess of the moon.

 

GRAIN

A primary food in that it is one of the five food groups and is not derived from another food group. Feeds most of the world's population and in many areas makes up most of the food consumed by individuals on a daily basis.

 

INTEGRITY

I am honest with myself and I live by my principles. I am strict in my personal honesty in that I am forthright, genuine and sincere in my dealings with others. I am independent in that I earn all that I have.

 

BLUE

A primary color of light or pigment: symbol of heaven, signifies truth, piety and sincerity.

Evening Glow - Christmas Cottage X from Thomas Kinkade
Pierside Gallery
Thomas Kinkade

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