LOL, that contraption holds her upright when she nods off. Freaking Japanese inventiveness.
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Did this for my daughter... when she wasn't looking I painted some sparkles on the seat....next time she sat on her swing I told her the fairies left their magic dust on her swing so she could go really high!...she was so excited!....dress up the swing
LaVena Johnson enlisted in the U.S. Army after graduating from high school in Missouri. She was deployed to Iraq in 2005. 8 weeks later she died. She had been punched in the face hard enough to blacken her eyes, break her nose, and knock her front teeth loose. Her genitals had been mutilated. She had burns from a corrosive chemical. Her gloves had been glued to her hands. She'd also been shot in the head. The US Army's verdict? Suicide.
This is Karen Bit Vejles and her amazing paper cut-out art which she holds in her hands
Fashion 4 them
king loved Esther more than all the women, and she found favor and kindness with him more than all the virgins, so that he set the royal crown on her head and made her queen
"I'll say this - she looks good on her high horse."
So sweet! He is a Chief Master Sergeant John Gebhardt in the USAF serving in Afghanistan As high as you can go in enlisted ranks (E-9) John Gebhardt's wife, Mindy, said that this little girl's entire family was executed. The insurgents intended to execute the little girl also, and shot her in the head... But they failed to kill her. She was cared for in John 's hospital and is healing up, but continues to cry and moan. The nurses
This is one of my most favorite character study movies. Theron is this beautiful psuedo-successful women who is beginning to suspect her life is shit. That's because she still lives it according to high school law. So she tries to capture that time in life again, when she was thriving, by going back to her old town and trying to steal back her happily married high school boyfriend. The nuances in this movie are so honest, so careful. So HONEST.
Little Queen Elizabeth II with her father, King George VI, so sweet, she adored her father.