Great Shot! :)
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Two landmarks for the price of one, cool! :)
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We rescued a few baby raccoons back in the day. They were very hand’s on!
Amazing memories there! :)
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Outside St John’s church along Torna Iela stands the sculpture of an old man carrying a lantern. The bronze sculpture is called Gadsimtiem ejot which translates as The Centuries. It was created in 2005 to mark the 800th anniversary of Cesis (2006) and is the work of the Latvian sculptor Matiass Jansons.
Excellent sculpture! :)
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I got to learn how to cornrow today(:
I am so grateful to be attending such a wonderful school, I get to learn new things everyday!
Learning should be fun! :)
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My favorite cat, Bagheera, has a game he loves to play: capture the human toes that invade his cat tree. He is ever so gentle- never a claw comes out- just a squeeze to say “gotcha”!!
Looks like he is having a ball! :)
I want to tell you a quick love story.
It all started while my man and I were wandering through a new-to-me Goodwill last weekend. I spotted the beautiful, golden mid-century desk from across the room. As I walked quickly towards it, I noticed its slender legs and wonderfully sized drawers.
The decision to purchase was only slightly difficult as I had had a long, moving-furniture kind of week. Thursday and Friday evening had been spent loading in my lovely, new white couch and loading out my huge, dark couch to its new home. I was a bit tired of loading furniture like I was in the process of moving. There was lots to consider. However, for over a year I have been using a pop up table as a desk and a mid-century desk would fit wonderfully in my 1962 apartment. The finish needed a bit of love, but when I saw the price of only $15, it didn’t take long for me to realize that it was meant to be. I took it home and loaded it immediately on to my porch in order to sand it down.
As I was unscrewing the handles from the face of the drawers, I noticed something I had not seen before. A key! A beautiful key with a heart-shaped center had been carefully hidden, screwed in on the back of a handle. Somebody had obviously cherished whatever the key belonged to enough to hide it so well.
What a great find! :)
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Just posted it with an intriguing and informative story. If you wonder sometimes about how to improve the world around you, here are some ideas.
As a child growing up in McKinney, Texas I walked everywhere in my bare feet. I just loved the feel of the cool, green grass as it hugged my toes and made them wiggle with glee.
Nice shot! :)
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Leigh and Laura
Nice shot, looks beautiful there! :)
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Good one! :)
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Good work! :)
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