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4 Absolutely Terrific Sources for Your Movember Images

"My 'Movember' moustache was never going to be as big as Nigel Mansell's, but I tried my best. The amazing thing is that when you try to grow a moustache, you notice everyone else's. There are some amazing moustaches on the grid." — Jenson Button.

For a long time I thought I was a fan of guys with moustaches. Having reached my teens by the end of the 1960s, I was surrounded by all manner of hirsute fellows. Long, flowing locks adorned their heads, while thick, droopy moustaches graced their faces.

Given that (no great insight, here) teens seem particularly vulnerable to fads, for a 15-year-old girl captivated by the whole flower power culture, this was a great look and the dudes sporting it were considered pretty cool.  A head of glossy, straight shoulder-length hair caught my eye every time and if the face that accompanied it was sporting a nice thick moustache I was hooked.

And then I wasn't. It's funny how your tastes change, sometimes without you…

Tantalizing Clipart to Make Happy Thanksgiving Projects

The kaleidoscopic canopy of foliage that autumn has created is beginning its slow fall, covering the ground with colour and crunch. The days are short, the air is crisp and in this corner of the world we are anticipating snow's first appearance. Hoping of course that the visit is sweet, but short.

When we think of celebrations at this time of year, Halloween is top of the list at the moment. Just days away, it's the front-and-centre theme in store windows and on homey porches. Since October arrived you'd probably have been able to ask any youngster about their costume for the big night and they'd have the answer ready.

However, in just a few short weeks, American citizens will be taking time from their regular workday routines for a far more significant holiday. On Nov. 24 they will gather with friends and family to give thanks for their many blessings. And to watch football.

Thanksgiving in the United States is held in recognition of the feast that followed the Pilg…