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J’ai d’abord fait un Twitter, histoire de de9couvrir cet outil… Et enisute une page facebook. Les deux pages sont lie9es de toute fae7on. Ce sont les meames infos des deux cf4te9s. A chacun sa plateforme… mais sur le blog, c’est encore mieux!
We came to Beatrix for our daughter (6 months old, not too far behind your Trixie) via Beatrix Potter, and my love of old-fashioned, 40′s-esque names, and watching the Speed Racer collection on DVD in the last couple of months before she was born.I think Trixie is a great spunky girl name, and she can be Judge Beatrix ____-___ when she’s grown. Also her friends in high school can say, “Yo, B! Whassup?”I like old-fahioned names, I like the cool “x” in her name, and I love that it’s nowhere to be found in the top 50 SSA list.
Wow! this is gorgeous Mina, I love the image and your cionurlog is always amazing ..wonky bristles or not …lol Congratulations on all your followers..although you do know its your Dad that draws us in don’t you….lol I love to call and see your amazing cards Mina and you never fail to entertain us Huge Hugs Mau xx
I’ve always enjoyed Miles O’Brien’s work on CNN. He always seems so excited about what he’s talking about. I truly hope he finds a great fit for his talents too.I thought it was a big mistake moving him to the morning. That just wasn’t a good fit.As for the science division…the average American just wants more entertainment/celebrity news and gossip. The education system is already in shambles, so who needs a science division? The environment is also falling apart, so who needs news related to it? I joke about it, but I also shed a tear.