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Fifty-something feeling like twenty-something....

Regilla ⚜ Richard Braqo

Cherry blossom tree at the Fuji volcano...breathtaking!!! zestyourgarden.com/

The Scottish quaich (pronounced quake) is a shallow cup that has been used for centuries to offer guests a welcoming toast. The cup represented the host’s generosity, and the two-handled design symbolized the guest’s trustworthiness, as it left him unable to reach for a weapon. Today quaichs are often found at Scottish weddings and other milestone occasions.

Christian Dior Coutu

Mont-Saint Michel at dusk in Normandy, France -- by JibStudios on 500px

Love these Christmas dishes!

Coconut Cream Martini - a delicious and easy cocktail to make!

Black Leather Jacket With Modern Shorts and Handbag by VivaLuxury Fashion

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The LANE Editorial in Marrakech with Bambi / Beyond These Walls. Styling & Art Direction Karissa Fanning for The LANE

Italian Breeze - Disaronno, rum, pineapple & cranberry.

"Sometimes, as we all discover in life; REAL love requires taking risks..."

Pineapple Mango Pico de Gallo Salsa Recipe

Daphne odora: This stocky evergreen has wonderfully scented, pink flower clusters, and 'Aureomarginata' has leaves irregularly margined in off-white; alternatively, D. odora var. 'rubra' offers a deeper shade of pink. Even better for scent, though needing more shade and damp, is D. bholua (pictured); every twig bears a cluster of four-petalled flowers, white in the species, pink in 'Sir Peter Smithers'. Good for: growing in partial shade beneath "backbone" plants.