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    Paradise Natural Handmade Soap Handmade Soap Made with Natural & Organic Ingredients Rich tangy citrus fragrance with sweet fruit aromas make the senses dance! This beautiful handmade soap is rich in skin moisturizing pure organic vitamin rich plant oils and butters which creates a softening lather and helps to seal in moisture. Won't strip skin like ordinary soap or leave it feeling sticky. Pampers even the most sensitive skin.

    Paradise Soap Natural Handmade Soaps

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    Oh No, Mr Bill!

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    The Flip! Yes I wore my hair like this for the very short time it was long enough.

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    ST FRANCIS LAKE CITY AR - the bridge I'd drag race across as a teen :)

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    Baby Carrier 1970

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    vintage ornaments

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    Love!

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    restored 150-year-old tiny cabin with a big porch!

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    Jacks!!!

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    Mountain Dew!

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    20's wedding dress

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    Ensemble. House of Balenciaga Designer: Cristobal Balenciaga (Spanish, 1895–1972). Department Store: Bergdorf Goodman. Date: fall/winter 1950–51. Culture: French. Medium: silk, metallic, glass.

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    TRAINED HIGH NECK LACE on NET TEA GOWN, EARLY 20th C.

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    Before they were Capris, they were Pedal Pushers

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    Mourning fan used by Mary Lincoln, c. 1860s.

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    .Painted silk gauze and bobbin lace leaf, with mother-of-pearl sticks and guards. 1890-1900 France

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    King George IV’s Ivory Cockade Fan, 1790 Cockade fans differ from standard hand fans in that they open to a full 360 degrees. Such fans were first recorded in use during early medieval times though they may have been employed much earlier in their country of origin--China.

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    Fan Date: late 1880s Culture: American or European Medium: feathers, plastic, metal Dimensions: Height: 10 1/2 in. (26.7 cm) www.metmuseum.org...

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    I remember my younger brother or sister had this

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    8 track tapes, oh god that seems like eons ago

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    ...can't believe we wore these!, and they are coming back

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    Remember these..., yes

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    i remember these

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    Chinese Checkers in a Tin with Regular Checkers on the other side

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    METAL SPIN TOP- #vintagetoys #toys60sAnd70s http://accordingtobrian.com/?p=3355

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