Lisa Benson
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Eze, France – Oh! You haven't heard of Eze? You are missing something truly unique.  This medieval town sits high above the Mediterranean and offers you old world France that can be captured no where else. A beautiful hotel, quaint shops, a cobbleston
I enjoy Princess Bride allusions, even though the movie was made before my current students were born.
I've been trying to figure out how to organize her dress up clothes so that she can reach them, yet they are still somewhat organized. This might be a solution!
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Cropped sweater & distressed jeans… Can't wait for fall to get a sweat shirt from Walmart and cut it up into a cropped sweater ^_^
Mural – love it.  Kind of reminds me of Wicklow in misty weather (decoist.com)
Unlock Art: Alan Cumming on Pop Art.Alan Cumming whips through the history of Pop Art in America and Britain, from Andy Warhol's soup cans to Peter Blake's blue jeans.
Barred Plymouth Rocks or "Barred Rocks," as they're called, are one of the most popular dual-purpose chickens on small farms today. Their heritage is unclear with reports of different crosses, but what is clear is that they're very friendl
Paragliding in Dolomites , Italy  #paragliding #dolomites #italyphotography
Girl's Guide To Navigating the Wine List | GirlsGuideTo
How to organize the kitchen |/ lunch station    I have shared our previous lunch station (HERE) & below is similar to it. Tips for a functional lunch station. 1.  Keep everything on one spot. (Baggies, napkins, wet ones, utensils). 2.  Hang lunch
Google Afbeeldingen resultaat voor http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_YkuY9NbF8JI/TH6-Mpo_9sI/AAAAAAAAAAs/itfGKALl7bI/s1600/bijen2.jpg
Like the idea of a short shelf like this but without pullout to eat on inside on the rainy days. Won't take up much floor space
What a beautiful shot of Debra Paget and Elvis from Love Me Tender
Gemstone tree, 'Citrine Blossoms' (medium) by NOVICA
Black – Monochromatic food photography by Isabella Vacchi
1996 Ferrari 550
Sony's new retail store design the Sony Leap encourages customer interaction with user friendly fixtures.
year of the rabbit by C'est_Louise, via Flickr, colored pencil on paper, 11×14 in
Hey!! Remember when I posted one like this and said it reminded me of Winry and Ed? Look what I found! Haha