Archive for the 'Beauty' Category

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Apr
17

Heart of the matter…

“As I get older, I realize that the thing I value the most is good-heartedness.” Alice Walker

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Nov
16

imagine….

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12
Oct
16

Raindrops & roses…

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Oct
16

Suspended beauty…

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Oct
16

Beauty…

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Sep
16

morning delight…

“The older generation thought nothing of getting up at five every morning — and the younger generation doesn’t think much of it either.”  John J. Welsh

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Sep
16

beauty’s backside…

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