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Hi there to you all, my name is Bev, am new here
 
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I am well thank you, how are you?
Thank you for welcoming me to the Sunday blessings


Hi! Bev 😊 Welcome to CC 😊 Happy Sunday 😊


God bless you ❤[/QUOTE]
Thanks for
 

Deade

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Hello bevblues, welcome to Christian Chat. I hope you'll enjoy your stay here.

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Godsgirl83

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Hello Bev! Welcome to the CC my dear new friend........
I look forward to chatting with you among the forums.
 

Waggles

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A snapshot of the Victorian coastline known as the 12 Apostles
there used to be a rock arch that one could walk over to stand
out from the cliffs and look down on the roaring waves below.
It collapsed stranding tourists out on the rock pillar.

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Isny

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A snapshot of the Victorian coastline known as the 12 Apostles
there used to be a rock arch that one could walk over to stand
out from the cliffs and look down on the roaring waves below.
It collapsed stranding tourists out on the rock pillar.

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There were originally eight limestone stacks off the coast of Victoria that the Aussies called the twelve apostles. In 2005 one stack collapsed leaving seven remaining. There never were "twelve" apostles. The Aussies were never good at math (probably because of the Vegemite). ;) lol
 

oyster67

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Hi there to you all, my name is Bev, am new here
Hello, Bev! I think I remember seeing your avatar the other day. Good to see that you are finding your way!
God bless you and welcome to CC.