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That finish is aimzang!!! I need to head over to the DIY club to see how you did it. It looks like Emmy is closely examining the table or maybe even smelling it?!?!
Hey, you’re the goto expert. Thanks for hanging out here.
There’s a terrific amount of knowledge in this article!
It’s much easier to understand when you put it that way!
This looks so good! Unfortunately, I have a daughter who doesn't like bacon! I have no clue as to how that happened! Thanks for visiting me at A Season for All Things. I'm your newest follower! ~ Ellen
admin28/05/2011sentendo parlare i credenti fatico a capire se siano veramente convinti di quello che dicono o semplicemente se non abbiano piÃ¹ la forza di mettersi in dubbio per provare a ragionare con la propria testa. ripetete le stesse solfe da secoli. per fortuna siete sempre meno.
This is really very close…. almost too close for comfort. I resonate with Monet’s discomfort and yet share a certain perspective. As my mom was dying, I wept like a daughter, but I anointed her, fed her communion, prayed, washed her after she died, and buried her. The two –daughter and priest– are one, and both were present in their own way….
When you think about it, that’s got to be the right answer.
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