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I started in my closet, pulling out sweaters, intending to move them to the front where I could reach them easier. To the back I would move kimonos, short-sleeve jackets and fluttery tank tops.

I was surprised to find pieces I had stopped wearing. yuyiyrtyretr Why am I keeping clothes that do nothing but take up space? That`s when I remembered the bestselling book about de-cluttering. It suggests taking each loved, but unused item, showing your gratitude for its service, then moving on.

Immediately I looked at my closet in a new way. I pulled everything out, opening up a place of possibilities. When the closet was empty, I stared at the items piled on my bed and spilling onto the floor. Time to let it go.

When my husband walked in 30 minutes later, it looked like a tornado had blown through. The contents of my closet were in mounds scattered around the room. There were turtlenecks and cowl necks and boat necks ... all for the same neck. Black sweaters with ribbons and black jackets with rivets - do I really need that much black? Where did all this come from?

"Where did all this come from?" Randy asked, as if reading my mind.

I made myself try on the items I hadn`t worn in a while, so I would know why I stopped wearing them in the first place. In that pile I found broken zippers, missing buttons and stains that weren`t coming out. Pulled threads and pilled yarn and articles of clothing that just didn`t fit anymore.

Some went into a pile to give away, items that were still fashionable and wearable but not for me. Blouses that buttoned too tight, or sweaters with sleeves too short.

Once I boxed up the giveaway mound and hung back the things I wear all the time, I could see the light at the end of the closet. I salvaged what I could from the pile of the unsalvageable - cool buttons or cloth that could be cut for rags. I had one pile left.

"What`s that pile?" Randy asked, poking his head back into the room.

"That`s my Halloween pile?" I said, certain he would know what I meant.

Over the years, I have accumulated a misfit collection I refer to as my "costume stash." Subsequently on Halloween, I can dress as a cowboy because of my beaded shirt I wore to a Hank concert in the `80s. There`s a bridesmaid dress from the `70s that will turn you into a hippie from the `60s.

My soft spot for lacy blouses can take you back to the `20s and my collection of old hats is simply an old habit. You never know when you might need plaid coats, bright tent dresses and old letter jackets. My closet is a regular costume shop!

There will always be items that reflect the days of my life by way of fashion. These things are out of style, and over the top, but still make me smile. I am not ready to let them go. Instead, I move them into a Halloween pile, a sentimental reminder to never stop asking a question most only consider in October: What are you going to be?
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The Mikaelsons reunited: What`s an Original Family if they`re all split up? As dysfunctional as they are together, there`s nothing worse than seeing them apart. In the Season 4 finale, the Mikaelsons went their separate ways for good thanks to the Hallow, the dark force now inhabiting our favorite immortal siblings. But if we`ve learned anything from Julie Plec`s supernatural world, it`s that there is always another way. There has to be!

Elijah`s yuyiyrtyretr memories restored: Elijah (Daniel Gillies) electing to have his memories erased by Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) and Vincent ( Yusuf Gatewood) as a way of protecting his family is the added heartbreak we definitely didn`t need. How can the family reunite if the one person keeping them together doesn`t even remember who he is and who they are? No, this cannot stand. We need our Elijah fully intact. There is no other option.

Josh to have a real plot again: We love Josh (Steven Krueger). His friendship with Davina (Danielle Campbell) was one of the best things about the show. When she died, however, it`s like everyone forgot he existed. We`re tired of seeing him straddled to the sidelines. He`s smart and funny and has a lot more to offer than occasionally showing up to babysit or run errands. For Pete`s sake, give him something more to do!

Marcel and the Mikaelsons to call a permanent truce: It`s not a tale as old as time but their feud feels pretty close to it. Since Season 1 we`ve watched Marcel clash with his former adopted family over things like loyalty to one another and control of New Orleans. We`ve been down this road far too often and now it`s time to bury the hatchet for good. Perhaps in a group therapy session?

Klaroline: For years we`ve shivered with antici....pation over whether or not Caroline (Candice King) would finally give into her feelings for Klaus. It briefly happened during their wood romp in The Vampire Diaries Season 5`s "500 Years of Solitude" but now it`s time for something more concrete. With Caroline headed to the Season 5 premiere, there`s no more room for teasing. We need Klaroline to happen for real. Besides, isn`t Klaus vowing to be her last love pretty much a confirmation that they`re endgame?
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The flagship University of Missouri campus is a major factor in everything from jobs to entertainment to sports, but there`s more to the city beyond campus. There are about 3,700 rooms available in about three dozen hotels and motels. Restaurants number more than 250.

Some yuyiyrtyretr prime areas for visitors and natives alike:

Downtown Columbia: Just north of the MU campus is the city`s 43-square-block downtown. You`ll find lots of shopping options here ` vintage stores, trendy boutiques, gifts and home d`cor, candy and costumes, among other things. Restaurants and bars can be found pretty much on every block (see map on pages 16-17), and there`s a comedy club, several live-music venues and galleries. The area is easily walkable and features parking garages and on-street metered parking. Garages are free on weekends, but meters charge Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Several times throughout the year, the downtown is host to festivals and special events. Some of the most popular are the annual Roots N Blues N BBQ festival and True/False Film Fest, plus the occasional Summerfest outdoor concerts and Artrageous Fridays gallery crawls (see list on page 22).

Stadium corridor: If you come into Columbia via Stadium Boulevard at the Interstate 70 exit, you might encounter some traffic. There`s a good reason for that ` the blocks from I-70 south to Broadway on Stadium are home to some of the city`s biggest shopping draws. The Columbia Mall is on the west side of Stadium off Bernadette Drive, and just south of that is the Shoppes at Stadium, an outdoor complex of shops and restaurants. Big-box stores and chain restaurants also line the east side of Stadium, a quick draw for interstate traffic. One hidden gem amid this concrete jungle is Shelter Gardens, an oasis of plant life and water features at 1817 W. Broadway, next to the Shelter Insurance corporate office. The gardens are open to the public daily from 8 a.m. to dusk.

Grindstone area: Another heavy shopping corridor runs on Grindstone Parkway between Rock Quarry and Providence roads on the south side of town. Grocery and mass retailers are found in this area amid a number of smaller shops and eateries.

Have a nice fall

Columbia`s climate is generally comfortable in the fall. In September, the average high is about 75 degrees. By October, it`s around 69 degrees, and in November, 53 degrees. It tends to be a little drier in the fall than in spring or summer.

Summertime generally sees at least a few days with 100-degree-plus temperatures, and winters can be fairly cold and even snowy. Overall, Columbia averages about 40 inches of rain per year and 20 inches of snow. August is the warmest month on average; January is the coldest.

The hottest temperature ever recorded in Columbia was 113 degrees on July 12 and 14, 1954. The coldest? We go way back for that one: It came on Feb. 12, 1899, when the temperature bottomed out at 26 below.

Mizzou at a glance

The University of Missouri, also known as MU or Mizzou, is the flagship campus in a four-campus UM System. The mascot is the Tiger, and colors are black and gold.

Last year`s enrollment was nearly 34,000, including more than 26,000 undergrads. About 25,000 of those were in-state students. There are more than 13,000 faculty and staff members ` Columbia`s largest employer by a long shot. The university has a health care system with multiple hospitals and clinics, as well as a top journalism school, a law school and a veterinary medicine school among its offerings.

Famous grads/former students include Sheryl Crow, Jon Hamm and Brad Pitt (he never graduated).


Going to college in Columbia doesn`t only include MU. Also in town are:

Columbia College, a private, not-for-profit school that serves more than 4,000 students in Columbia with day and evening undergraduate and graduate programs and more than 28,000 students through extended campuses and online. The local campus is just north of downtown, generally along Rogers Street.

Stephens College is a private four-year women`s college with more than 1,000 students. It`s best known for its theater, dance and fashion design programs. The campus is on the eastern edge of downtown, covering several blocks in the area of College Avenue and Broadway.

Schools that aren`t based here but have local campuses include Central Methodist University, William Woods University, Moberly Area Community College and Bryan College. Clicca qui Clicca qui Clicca qui Clicca qui Clicca qui
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