Black and White Zig Zag Dress by Elena Indolfi Style, Live Heroes (clipped to polyvore.com)
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Originally posted on BluedarkArt the Chameleon's Art:
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Hi Sweetie Friend, I don’ think you can see my artwork.. I put in windows 10 and am not trying to find everything together.. but I re-bloged this anyhow…see you soon…
Originally posted on Sharmishtha Basu (author) writes:
Under his hooves
His mane dances
Her hair blows
Wind hits her face
Stealing her breath
Making her heart
Horizon is the limit
For her and her ride
Two wild spirits
Out to meet the world.
The sun made his journey from east to west, she stopped her horse, it was middle of nowhere, she made a little fire and brought out a can of food from the saddle bag.
The sky was clear, no need for tent, she threw her body down on earth, every limb was tired, sleep captured her real quick.
The morning star winked at her when she opened her eyes. She winked back at it and started to brush her teeth.
She passed some time massaging her faithful friend and fed him before starting her journey again.
There was no end visible right now, she will return home only…
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Only way to get thru life is by keeping a happy heart and laughing.. I have to tell you my daughter Michele’s cancer came back..was in remission for 4 months..thats why I haven’t been around much.. so terrible Sarah..hugs..
Originally posted on First Night Design:
The American actress Maude Fealy was an exquisite beauty whose career encompassed everything from stage performances in the US, Canada and Britain, as well as silent movies and talking pictures.
She was born in 1883 in Tennessee and died in Los Angeles in 1971. Her mother, Margaret, was an actress and drama teacher so it comes as no surprise to learn that Maude made her stage debut at the age of three in her mother’s production of Faust.
She married an English drama critic in 1907, Louis Sherwin, who wrote for a newspaper in Denver. Her parents were not fans of their daughter’s husband and did everything they could to ruin the marriage; the result was successful and the pair divorced in 1909.
Her second marriage to actor James Durkin sparked the formation of a travelling theatre troupe called the Fealy-Durkin Stock Company. This marriage did…
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Originally posted on rixlibris:
News flash, Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest and his wife were found hiding in a grave in Memphis, Tennessee. Experts are confused as to how the couple remained unnoticed for 110 years. Nonetheless, the city council has elected to root them out and cart them off to, who knows, maybe a land fill somewhere northwest of Hahira, Georgia.
The removal of all things Confederate has now officially moved from the sublime to the ridiculous. Unless the suspected hidden agenda, that the University of Tennessee wants the land for expansion, is true. In that case it makes perfect sense.
No matter, the General is out of favor and has to go.
I fear that in this frenzy to whitewash the past we are neglecting to be fair and balanced. So far only the sins of the South have been featured. If we are to be fair then historic figures from the other side…
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Originally posted on Kintal:
i’d like to acknowledge the thoughtfulness of twigs in my hair . thank you for the Sisterhood of the World Award. Glad to have another virtual sister at WP. As what i always say, it’s really nice to share same blogging interests and experiences with people we consider family. We may not agree on certain issues, may not like same posts, but we are all willing to welcome and respect what each has to offer. The absence of competition has made blogging more fun by sharing our thoughts and haply part of ourselves. Supporting each other like sisters, encouraging each one to do our best and giving healthy comments are the things i look forward to at WP. So, many thanks again to twigs in my hair for considering me in her circle. Again, it’s nice to belong.
if you want something more than the usual try twigs…
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