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Temple Grandin (1947-) American professor, doctor of animal science and author, known for her work in autism advocacy and as the inventor of the 'squeeze machine'. Grandon was listed in the 2010 Time list among the 100 most influential people in the world.

Temple Grandin writing a new book: EW exclusive |

re-pinned by: sunnydaypublishin...

How to tell if a Faerie is nearby~


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Abra Cadabra is Jewish. 2,000 years ago the sages of the Talmud invented the words Abra Cadabra, it sounded more like Avra Kehdabra “I will create, as I speak”//

tree of life mosaic backsplash

Short Hair Styles

dressing table

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johnny cash

Edgar Allan Poe Watercolor Illustration #art


Ironing board + mirror #Furniture, #HomeDecor, #IroningBoard, #Mirror - now this is genius!

Still relevant - Goddess Remembered by Donna Read - This documentary is a salute to 35,000 years of the goddess-worshipping religions of the ancient past. The film features Merlin Stone, Carol Christ, Luisah Teish and Jean Bolen, all of whom link the loss of goddess-centric societies with today's environmental crisis. This is the first part of a 3-part series that includes The Burning Times and Full Circle. - watch at the link

Winnie the Pooh & A.A. Milne & Christopher Robin

Allow nature to teach you stillness...

View Catalog Item - Theriault's Antique Doll Auctions

Darling French Market Basket

Tolkien's verse....

Cat Stevens - Morning has broken 1976

Witch Flying with Cat Weather Vane by West Coast Weather Vanes. Traditional witches are seen as passing before the full moon, thus the circle in this vane. The flow of her copper robe and cape make her seem to be flying through the air. The cat, a fun addition, is posed in a "scared" cat position with it's tail fluffed out, and mouth open.