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Colorful silk Magic Skirt Beautiful double sided wrap skirt. Can be worn many different ways as a skirt or dress. There are some minor imperfections, but it came this way and I believe it was hand crafted from vintage saris. Bought on Oahu at a boutique. Never worn. You can Google magic skirt for instructions on how to wear. Ocean Queen Skirts Midi

Colorful silk 12 way Magic Skirt

Colorful silk Magic Skirt Beautiful double sided wrap skirt. Can be worn many different ways as a skirt or dress. There are some minor imperfections, but it came this way and I believe it was hand crafted from vintage saris. Bought on Oahu at a boutique. Never worn. You can Google magic skirt for instructions on how to wear. Ocean Queen Skirts Midi

A single home is left standing among debris from Hurricane Ike September 14, 2008 in Gilchrist, TX

At first, I thought this was a miniature house by a railroad track! - A single home is left standing among debris from Hurricane Ike September 2008 in Gilchrist, Texas.

Michael Ainsworth 2006 Pulitzer Prize (Breaking News Photography) - New Orleans, LA -- Tossed together by crisis, 81-year-old Louis Jones (left) and 62-year-old Catherine McZeal join forces to navigate Poydras Street in their trek to the Superdome and a chance at evacuation.

Michael Ainsworth 2006 Pulitzer Prize (Breaking News Photography) - New Orleans, LA -- Tossed together by crisis, Louis Jones (left) and Catherine McZeal join forces to navigate Poydras Street in their trek to the Superdome and a chance at evacuation.

19 Photos Sure to Make You Cry--Five-year-old Tanisha Blevin holds the hand of Nita LaGarde, 105, during the evacuation after Hurricane Katrina. There is no age or size limits for angels as you can see.

19 Photos Sure to Make You Cry--Five-year-old Tanisha Blevin holds the hand of Nita LaGarde, during the evacuation after Hurricane Katrina. There is no age or size limits for angels as you can see.

Boys in crowd, National Rice Festival, Crowley, Louisiana, 1938

History in Photos: Russell Lee - Kids. Negro boys in crowd, National Rice Festival, Crowley, Louisiana,

Tree killed after Hurricane Katrina and was carved into angels.

Oak tree killed by hurricane Katrina.angels carved by volunteers. So much good came from the worst storm in American history. The Mississippi Gulf Coast looked like an atomic bomb had been dropped.

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