Profoundly inspirational welcome quotes will brighten up your day and make you feel ready to take on anything. Famous Welcome Quotes Humans: become atheists each and all! God will nevertheless welcome you with all his heart! — Giovanni Papini We are pleased to welcome Spark Networks to the American Stock Exchange. We look forward to… viaContinue reading “97+ Best Welcome Quotes: Exclusive Selection — BayArt”
Profoundly inspirational trust no one quotes will challenge the way you think, and make your life worth living. Famous Trust No One Quotes What doesn’t kill you, makes you fat. — Esmeralda Santiago Being human is difficult. Some people make it more difficult than others. I was one of those people. — Lana Del Rey… viaContinue reading “94+ Best Trust No One Quotes: Exclusive Selection — BayArt”
Profoundly inspirational true colors quotes will encourage you to think a little deeper than you usually would and broaden your perspective. Famous True Colors Quotes Red has been praised for its nobility of the color of life. But the true color of life is not red. Red is the color of violence, or of life… viaContinue reading “25+ Best True Colors Quotes: Exclusive Selection — BayArt”
The ‘vintage date’ on a bottle of wine indicates the year the grapes were picked, not the year of bottling!
Contrary to popular belief, opossums, squirrels, chipmunks, and mice do not carry rabies.
Silver Hand His father murdered for a throne, his own life under threat, He lost a crown to envy and so he would not forget His sword hand they had cut from him, so knight he could not be; They took his left foot also, that the child might never flee. A foot of bronze […]Continue reading “Silver Hand — Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo”
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Today Pegman ventures to Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa. Feel free to stroll around using the Street View or Photo Spheres until you find something that inspires you to write 150 words, then click the frog below and share your work with fellow contributors. Remember that reading and commenting on others’ work is part of the […]Continue reading “Kilimanjaro, Tanzania — WHAT PEGMAN SAW”
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