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Galia Lahav #BridalGown #Wedding Re-pinned from Forever Friends Fine Stationery & Favors http://foreverfriendsfinestationeryandfavors.com

Galia Lahav #BridalGown #Wedding Re-pinned from Forever Friends Fine Stationery & Favors http://foreverfriendsfinestationeryandfavors.com

"Pedrito y Petrona" <3 México en una Imagen 2014 - Gabriel Bravo  http://www.lohechoenmexico.mx/mximg4/mximg_voto.php?O=4&ID=4472#.VC2-qyl5Mjx

"Pedrito y Petrona" <3 México en una Imagen 2014 - Gabriel Bravo http://www.lohechoenmexico.mx/mximg4/mximg_voto.php?O=4&ID=4472#.VC2-qyl5Mjx

Frugal Gift Idea — Homemade Bath Salts.  Love this idea!

Frugal Gift Idea - Homemade Bath Salts

No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.

Picture of a white child curiously touching the shield of a black riot cop during a KKK protest. No one is born a racist.

No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.

QUESADILLAS DE FLOR DE CALABAZA, HONGOS CON QUESO Y PAPAS CON CHORIZO

QUESADILLAS DE FLOR DE CALABAZA, HONGOS CON QUESO Y PAPAS CON CHORIZO

Piñata en San agustín Etla, Oaxaca. México. - It's believed that piñatas  originated among the Aztecs, the Maya and other indigenous peoples of Mexico, who used to made ​​pots and hollow clay sculptures in the shape of their gods. These piñatas, some filled with grain or fruit, were broken in the celebrations and religious festivals and the spilled contents represented the abundance or favors granted by the gods.

Piñata en San agustín Etla, Oaxaca. México. - It's believed that piñatas originated among the Aztecs, the Maya and other indigenous peoples of Mexico, who used to made ​​pots and hollow clay sculptures in the shape of their gods. These piñatas, some filled with grain or fruit, were broken in the celebrations and religious festivals and the spilled contents represented the abundance or favors granted by the gods.

There's NEVER Enough!

There's NEVER Enough!

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