Oh no! You’re wearing your favorite sweater or a new pair of pants when your child spills their Kool-Aid on you, a pen bleeds all over your clothing, or you get a grease stain. Do you try to salvage your clothing or toss it in the garbage? With these tips, you can do your best to save clothing from unfortunate stains.
Collar - beadwork - worn by the Maasai, Kenya/Tanzania, Africa. These are not only made for sale, but also for use by the people themselves, and part of their tradition. Posted by Tribalartfinder.
July 18, 1992- Prince Harry and mum Princess Diana dressed in their finest for a summertime wedding at Windsor Chapel
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Vietnam | Portrait of a Black H’mong hill tribe woman wearing traditional indigo dyed clothing, stood by a wooden house built in a rice
Lobi woman, Burkina Faso. This woman from the ethnic group of the Lobi people in Burkina Faso is over 90 years old and is wearing a small
Hockey Thank You Cards - Take a photo of each child in their jersey and create a hockey card.
Woman and Child against a Stained Glass Background - Odilon Redon
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Child-Centered Practices for the Courtroom and Community: A Guide to Working Effectively with Young Children and Their Families in the Child Welfare System
There is an instinct in a woman to love most her own child - and an instinct to make any child who needs her love, her own.
Traditional Maasai boma (village) in the Mara -- this woman is the chief's wife
Kenya's Maasai Cricket Warriors and their striped uniforms serve as the inspiration for Preen SS15. Strike a sleek silhouette in this blue and white striped body crafted from smooth stretch jersey with an open back and statement zip at the neck. £325.00
A Small Act: A documentary on how a small act made by a woman donating money helped a child in kenya attend secondary school and achieve
There's a Woman in the Pulpit: Christian Clergywomen Share Their Hard Days, Holy Moments and the Healing Power of Humor
There's A Woman In The Pulpit: Christian Clergywomen Share Their Hard Days, Holy Moments and the Healing Power of Humor