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Rain Walk by Joel Robison- I am a sucker for a scene with umbrellas

In Spanish we use the expression “Mi Media Naranja” ( my half orange) referred to your “other half” or soulmate.

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Mihai Criste - Leaf Art by tammie

Yan Nascimbene’s Stunning Illustrations of Italo Calvino Classics | Brain Pickings

Yan Nascimbene’s Stunning Illustrations of Italo Calvino Classics

The Original Morris & Co - Arts and crafts, fabrics and wallpaper designs by William Morris & Company | Home - a premier destination for inspirational design | British/UK Fabrics and Wallpapers

I'm a Vintage Style girl at heart, but I do love Bohemian Design so much!⋴⍕ Boho Decor Bliss ⍕⋼ bright gypsy color & hippie bohemian mixed pattern home decorating ideas - deep reds

Siente Tu Alma | Sabiduría para el Alma ® | www.sientetualma.com  "Los seres humanos podemos ser felices por un instante, pero un instante es una ventana hacia la eternidad...." Octavio Paz  Pintura de Duy Huynh

Duy Huynh art & Billie Holiday please keep me in your dreams

Rain in Singapore, photographer at www.Dannyst.com

Bad Weather - Street Photographs of Orchard Road, Singapore - by Danny Santos II

Edward Steichen: Marion Morehouse in a bouffant dress and Helen Lyons in a  long sleeve dress by Kargère; masks by the Polish illustrator W.T. Benda, 1926. Gelatin silver print. Courtesy Condé Nast Archive, New York. © 1926 Condé Nast Publications

Edward Steichen Model Marion Morehouse in a bouffant dress and actress Helen Lyons in a long sleeve dress by Kargère; masks by the illustrator W. Benda, 1926 Courtesy Condé Nast Archive, New York © Condé Nast Publications

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"I love watching the rain" by Caras Ionut The sound of rain upon my roof, the fresh smell it brings. Rain at the right time is a great blessing and the rainbow of God's promises.

Etiquette in Everyday Life (1920s). London: W. Foulsham & Co., Ltd. First edition. Manners in Society: >If you visit, leave your coat and umbrella in the hall. >Do not shake a ladies hand first, let her do it. >Do not stare at people or things in the room. >Do not talk about the weather, talk about music, art, literature, sport. >Cross a room to open a door for a lady.

Etiquette in Everyday Life London: W. Foulsham & Co. Manners in Society: ~ Good manners can't hurt a cause~

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