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If only we saw souls instead of bodies
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Truth. If only our eyes saw souls instead of bodies, how different our ideals of beauty would be.
'If only Our Eyes Saw SOULS instead of BODIES', so true and Beautiful.
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This wisdom is true north. True beauty. True you. #tw
this might be the best quote ever.
Sensory Issues - Sometimes we just need to get away ASAP because something is too much.
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Empaths & Highly Sensitive People (HSP) •~• Sensory Issues
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This could have been me sayng this 20 years ago when my MIL offered on more that one occasion to take my children for a week and straighten them out. Hahaha!
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Dear Mother In Law! This is too funny and slightly true. Not that my husband needs improvement...
Dear Mother In Law! Hahah - even tho my MIL isn't too bad ;))
BAHAHAHA! I love my mother-in-law but his is some funny stuff :)
Sometimes you just can't help but giggle at things like this.
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I am so proud of you John!
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Looking for quotes for my son's 8th grade tribute in the yearbook. This one is a good eclectic mix.
Albino baby girl and her Mumuhuila tribe mother - Angola
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Albino baby girl and her Mwila mother - Angola by Eric Lafforgue, via Flickr -thank you Eric for a moving photo and awesome explanation of her people and life.
This mwila tribewoman was in Hale and came to me, showing a blue cap coming out from her clothes. i first did not understood there was a baby under this cap. Then she opened her clothes to let appear this albino baby girl. She had some little dreadlocks and was incredibly white. The mother was proud to pause for the picture and discovered the magic of polaroid! I have seen many albinos people in Angola, in the tribes. They are mainly in very bad health, as the sun is very hot there... Perhaps the most moving picture i ever took as the future of this albino baby is not the happiest you can get in this remote area of Africa. Mwila (or Mwela, Mumuhuila, or Muhuila) women are famous for their very special hairstyles. Hairstyles are very important and meaningful in Mwila culture. Women coat their hair with a red paste called, oncula, which is made of crushed red stone. They also put a mix of oil, crushed tree bark, dried cow dung and herbs on their hair. Besides they decorate their hairstyle with beads, cauri shells (real or plastic ones) and even dried food. Shaving the forehead is considered as a sign of beauty. The plaits, which look like dreadlocks, are called nontombi and have a precise meaning. Women or girls usually have 4 or 6 nontombi, but when they only have 3 it means that someone died in their family. Mwila Women are also famous for their necklaces, which are central and meaningful as for each period of their life corresponds a specific type of necklace. Young girls wear necklaces, heavy red made with beads covered with a mix of soil land latex. Later girls wear yellow necklaces called, Vikeka, made with wicker covered with earth. They keep until their wedding which can last 4 years. When married they start to wear a set of stacked up bead necklaces, called Vilanda. Women never take their necklace off and have to sleep with it. They also use headrests to protect their hairstyles. However, more and more men and women dress in a western way, because people make fun of them when they go to markets. Women sometimes walk 50 kilometers to sell goods in Huila market. Mwila rarely eat meat, they rather eat porridge, corn, chicken, honey and milk. They kill their cattle only on special occasions. Mwila are not allowed to mention people’s name in public. © Eric Lafforgue www.ericlafforgue.com
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Longaberger basket company headquarters is shaped like a giant basket. Not just any old basket, though. It’s a Longaberger Medium Market Basket that’s been blown up to 160 times its normal size. The seven-story atrium has heated handles that prevent ice formation, and two 725-pound gold leaf Longaberger tags.-----yep i've been here and most likely paid for some of the office furniture
Gift basket containers come in many different shapes and sizes, gift baskets being just one option.Lookout for unique gift containers, the more unusual gift containers you choose, the more......
World's Largest Picnic Basket. It's actually an office building for the Longaberger Basket company in Ohio
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The Basket Building (Ohio, United States) The Longaberger Basket Company building in Newark, Ohio might just be a strangest office building in the world. The 180,000-square- foot building, a replica of the company’s famous market basket, cost 30 million dollars and took two years to complete. YouTube : THE BASCKET BUILDING ~ #DelortaeAgency
Okay, a home office. Longaberger is known for its handcrafted maple baskets, so its headquarters are obviously shaped like a giant basket. Not just any old basket, though. It’s a Longaberger Medium Market Basket that’s been blown up to 160 times its normal size. The basket includes a seven-story atrium, heated handles that prevent ice formation, and two 725-pound gold leaf Longaberger tags. Want to take a look the next time you’re in Ohio? Longaberger has visiting hours! Read the full text here: http://www.mentalfloss.com/blogs/archives/74157#ixzz1z5lRmfaQ --brought to you by mental_floss!