“. . . living life to the full is far more than looking pretty.”
I do agree with this. In my opinion the whole post is very well written and I want to reblog it! ‘
Most of us like to look our best for special occasions, like parties, weddings, and Christmas. We believe our looks dictate how others see us and we’ll sometimes go to extreme lengths to improve our appearance and prevent our looks from fading. This line of thought has spawned a huge, billion-pound beauty industry and it is often claimed this trend has gone too far.
Most parts of our body can be altered by surgery or exercise, Our skin can be peeled and plumped, teeth improved and whitened, and our eyesight corrected with laser surgery so we don’t have to wear glasses. These are only a few treatments and procedures available, and while some people have achieved a slightly more youthful look by employing these methods, others have not. A great deal depends on the skill of the surgeon. They don’t all have the same skills.
While some facial procedures…
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This looks to me like a very interesting docuentation. I want to read it and reblog it!
At the bus station in Durham, North Carolina, May 1940. (Photo by Jack Delano via Library of Congress.)
The most radical Nazis were the most aggressive champions of U.S. law. Where the fascist found the U.S. example lacking, it was because they thought it was too harsh
by Omer Aziz edited by O Society July 29, 2019
In September 1933, an important policy document known as the Prussian Memorandum began circulating among lawmakers and jurists of the Third Reich. The Nazi regime was still in its infancy; Hitler named chancellor just nine months prior, the result of a power-sharing arrangement with nationalist conservatives who thought they could control the mercurial Austrian.
Following the Reichstag Fire in February of that year, Hitler assumed emergency powers and within weeks usurped the authority of the parliament. By…
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On a sunny morning in winter Peter and I love to sit in front of our house with a cup of tea or coffee.
So these pictures are from early in June this year.
We had just bought this new set from Bunning when the above picture was taken. It is great that we can use the little table and chairs for sitting outside in the sun. But usually we do not leave everything outside. All these things are very useful inside here too and so easy to move around a bit! These flowers on the table we probably had already on Mothers Day as can be seen from the below picture that was taken on Mothers Day.
The following pictures are also from my June 2019 picture folder:
Early in the morning I love to stroll to these trees! To be with these trees for a while to me is the perfect start of the day.
I am about to start some morning exercise!
Here is Peter on a morning when he went for a little stroll with me. Usually he prefers to do a walk on his own, a proper walk that is, with a bit of speed. I walk too slowly for him!
In June 2018 we stopped at the
From there we went to Picton to have a look at the GEORGE IV INN. We thought we might be able to stay there overnight.
As it turned out we stayed there only for a few drinks. We did have a look at their accommodation. But it was not to our liking for they could not provide us with any heating for any of the bedrooms.
So we stayed in a motel a bit outside of Picton where we had a large warm room with all the conveniences.
There was also dinner available on the premises, and so we had some excellent food and drinks there:
We checked out early in the morning and had breakfast here:
We rather liked this little town where we had breakfast. Then we drove on to Bowral.
The little town where we had breakfast was Tahmoor:
Here I write about The Common Ground Cafe at the historic 1849 Razorback Inn:
Last Sunday, the 14th July, we went to Berrima in the highlands. With some very cold wind it felt freezing cold up there. After all we are still in the midst of winter! But we had lunch at the warm and comfortable Bushrangers Bistro:
After Lunch we went to the WELBY GARDEN CENTRE to look there at a special tree!
Peter looks at the tree that was planted in 2012 in memory of out daughter Gabriele. We want to go back in springtime to have another look at it. They tell us, in spring it should be flowering beautifully!
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