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       DeAnn R 

      Happy Tuesday everyone! Hope you all had a great weekend.

      Check out the latest episode of Dose of DeAnn here. I really can’t stand fall and winter, as these seasons force me to hibernate. However, I try to take advantage of fall days that aren’t too cold for me.

      In this video, I show viewers what one of these days looks like. My Mom and I went for beer and pizza on a sunny afternoon, and I documented our outing for this video. Hope you all enjoy!


      Thanks for watching, and please subscribe to the SMA News Today YouTube channel. We’d greatly appreciate it.

      Do you have any takeaways from this video? Do you have any fall/winter plans?

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