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"I’ve lived in Moscow all my life, but every time I walk around, I find a new way to look at the city and fall in love, especially when it snows. The white blankets the buildings and softens the shadows; it brings back a quiet, precious feeling from childhood. Snow helps me to enjoy the moment, like this one illustrated with the Saint Basil Cathedral in the old Red Square." @elenakrizhevskaya Moscow, Russia #passionpassport

If you are interested in being taken back in time, surrounded by wholesome goodness, I believe this may be the home you are looking for… (Insert The Walton’s theme song) This beautiful and love filled home has approximately 2650 heated square feet and sits on 2.7 wooded acres. The home owner tells me that the yard is full of life throughout the year as seasons change from the spring bulbs and bushes that bloom to the fall leaves… I imagine the winter is beautiful as well. C...

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10 More Reasons to Love Boston

10 More Reasons to Love Boston in the Fall... (Note to self) Pinner has beautiful pics of Boston, Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and surrounding areas why I pinned this. On her board the Bay State<--good to know, awesome for exploring.

'Okonkwo was a great man....' and thus the story begins and why the 'Center Cannot hold." "Things Fall Apart,'" the most popular book in African literature by Nigerian author, Chinua Achebe. If there is any book in African literature that everybody should read at least once in their lifetime, it's this iconic book. We would not say too much about it, Nelson Mandela's quote says it all. Please go ogle it, check it out at your near by library