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Emily Swallow as ‘Amara’ in 15.17, “Unity”
— emily swallow (@bigEswallz) October 31, 2020
I’ve just been informed that I have no more post-production dialog looping to do, so Supernatural is well and truly done forever for me. You know, unless they make a movie.
— Jim Beaver (@jumblejim) October 25, 2020
Wrote the final listing for #Supernatural tonight. As I typed the words SERIES FINALE my heart sank and the reality set in. There has never been and never will be a show as special as #Supernatural for me for a lot of reasons. Get your tissues ready and let’s Carry On.
— Suzanne Gomez (@Chico6) October 30, 2020
One last time….
— Eerie Spookerson ? (@emmafpeterson) October 31, 2020
Does the road end? That’s a series wrap on Casey! ? pic.twitter.com/XknAFCCDCO
— Casey Hammons| Step out of Line ? (@KCLinnHammons) October 31, 2020
One of the many duties as a producer is make sure the screen credits for an episode are correct and accurate. It was sad to add my signature for the last time on the final #Supernatural credit approval list… #spnfamily @cw_spn pic.twitter.com/MxPy31RHXo
— Jim Michaels (@TheJimMichaels) October 28, 2020
— Samantha Highfill (@samhighfill) October 23, 2020
— TV Time (@tvshowtime) October 26, 2020
— CW26 Chicago (@cw26chicago) October 31, 2020
— Samantha Highfill (@samhighfill) October 30, 2020
— deb ryzley (@DRyzley) October 24, 2020
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It could be as simple as being thankful for sunshine on a cold day, or the compliment of a random stranger. How we view our daily experience can drastically affect our health. Having a daily gratitude practice means you are less likely to engage in habits that can rob you of your mental strength. Studies show having a regular gratitude practice can help you to develop deeper relationships with friends, it deepens our empathy and compassion thus making us appear trustworthy and more open to deeper personal relationships. Our physical health benefits when we practice gratitude. Grateful people tend to sleep better (both longer and more quality sleeps), and are more likely to exercise and get regular check ups thus living an overall healthier and longer life. Many studies show that gratitude aids in better coping skills and an improved ability to manage stress. There are many ways to practice gratitude daily. I would like to offer my Daily Gratitude Diary as a template to get into a practice. Perhaps you print it out and fill it out daily or jot down the answers in a journal. I know this practice will greatly improve your experience in life and in your relationships. Keep me posted on your progress. Find the template on my website www.bambilain.com check story and bio for link ~Alaina
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The show must go — online. I had the privilege of revisited a role I played 8 years ago and with the same brilliant cast!!! Playing this soldier changed my life. In This Is War, Master Corporal Tanya Young (that’s me), Captain Stephen Hughes (@arijaycohen), Private Jonny Henderson (@ianhlake), and Sergeant Chris Anders (@elisasboy72) have lived through an atrocity while holding one of the most volatile regions in Afghanistan. As each of them is interviewed by an unseen broadcasting organization, they recount their version of events leading up to the horrific incident with painful, relenting replies. What begins to form is a picture of the effects of guilt and the psychological toll of violence in a war where the enemy is sometimes indiscernible. Click on the link in my bio to get tickets to this radio play ? and let the sound of our voices take you to Afghanistan.
— Louden Swain (@LoudenSwain1) October 27, 2020
Read what @dicksp8jr had to say about the #HinduLoveGods in our Under the Covers with #DickJrAndTheVolunteers interview here ?https://t.co/tOEKS6Cimo
and hear them in the accompanying playlist here ?https://t.co/3IJfWveUn9 https://t.co/rhKPonzNyL pic.twitter.com/K42KuTpN3S
— RSJFanWorld (@rsjfanworld) October 31, 2020