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"You need more than love to make a relationship work. Love starts many great romances, but love alone won't make a relationship last forever."

"You need more than love to make a relationship work. Love starts many great romances, but love alone won't make a relationship last forever."

Sedona morning (Arizona) by David Curry

Sedona morning (Arizona) by David Curry

Happy Jawwn!  Awe, would you look at that little face?!  Smiles all around.  C;

Happy Jawwn! Awe, would you look at that little face?! Smiles all around. C;

Elefante de trompa arriba. Good drawing of elephant with its trunk up.

Elefante de trompa arriba. Good drawing of elephant with its trunk up.

If at First You Don't Succeed, Try, Try Again. This is a motivational infographic to keep entrepreneurs and beginners inspired.

If at First You Don't Succeed, Try, Try Again. This is a motivational infographic to keep entrepreneurs and beginners inspired.

The Apennine Colossus. Florence, Italy Find your one of a kind travel adventure! Zyntravel.com Promo Code 1175

The Apennine Colossus. Florence, Italy Find your one of a kind travel adventure! Zyntravel.com Promo Code 1175

Falling Water, house by Frank Lloyd Wright  LOVE LOVE LOVE the designs of Frank Lloyd Wright and have always wanted to see Falling Water...some day... absolutely

Falling Water, house by Frank Lloyd Wright LOVE LOVE LOVE the designs of Frank Lloyd Wright and have always wanted to see Falling Water...some day... absolutely

Panjin Red Beach, China

Panjin Red Beach, China

Carving Bear - Wood Carving Patterns and Techniques | WoodArchivist.com

Carving Bear - Wood Carving Patterns and Techniques | WoodArchivist.com

BIRMA Pagan /bəɡàɴ/; ang. Bagan; pali Arimaddana) – starożytne miasto i księstwo w Mjanmie (Birmie) słynące z wielkiej liczby (2230[1]) buddyjskich pagód (524), świątyń (911), klasztorów (415) i 380 innych obiektów. Położone w środkowej Mjanmie, w Prowincji Mandalaj, nad rzeką Irawadi.

BIRMA Pagan /bəɡàɴ/; ang. Bagan; pali Arimaddana) – starożytne miasto i księstwo w Mjanmie (Birmie) słynące z wielkiej liczby (2230[1]) buddyjskich pagód (524), świątyń (911), klasztorów (415) i 380 innych obiektów. Położone w środkowej Mjanmie, w Prowincji Mandalaj, nad rzeką Irawadi.