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Christina's World blog: Seattle!  #Seattle #vacations #slugs #seaslugs #fishphotography #thingstodoinSeattle #seattleaquraium #aquraiums #travel #seattlewashington

Christina's World blog: Seattle! #Seattle #vacations #slugs #seaslugs #fishphotography #thingstodoinSeattle #seattleaquraium #aquraiums #travel #seattlewashington

Slimming Eats Syn Free and Low Syn Snack Ideas for Slimming World (some also suitable for Weight Watchers)

Syn Free and Low Syn Snacks

Slimming Eats Syn Free and Low Syn Snack Ideas for Slimming World (some also suitable for Weight Watchers)

Slimming Eats Best Ever Low Syn Chocolate Pancakes - gluten free, vegetarian, Slimming World and Weight Watchers friendly

Best Ever Low Syn Chocolate Pancakes

Slimming Eats Best Ever Low Syn Chocolate Pancakes - gluten free, vegetarian, Slimming World and Weight Watchers friendly

Slimming World Low Syn Mini Banana Raisin Loaf - gluten free, vegetarian, Slimming World and Weight Watchers friendly

Low Syn Mini Banana Raisin Loaf

Slimming World Low Syn Mini Banana Raisin Loaf - gluten free, vegetarian, Slimming World and Weight Watchers friendly

Orphelia 035 SET-Women’s Necklace Silver 925/1000 32.5 g

Orphelia 035 SET-Women’s Necklace Silver 925/1000 32.5 g

Victoria’s wedding attire was not devoid of symbolism though: she wore a wreath of orange blossoms (symbolising purity) and myrtle (symbolising love and domestic happiness), and these became the most common flowers carried and worn in Victorian weddings.

Lots of light and lots of detail. Beautiful, if not exactly the right design detailing but you get my drift.

Lots of light and lots of detail. Beautiful, if not exactly the right design detailing but you get my drift.

In 1948, Andrew Wyeth painted “Christina’s World,” portraying a woman whose degenerative illness deprived her of the ability to walk. Description from devotionalstsf.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

In 1948, Andrew Wyeth painted “Christina’s World,” portraying a woman whose degenerative illness deprived her of the ability to walk. Description from devotionalstsf.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Andrew Wyeth Painting Christina's World

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Mrs Albert Broom, 'Official Photographer to the Guards'.  HU 51891  Christina Broom, self-proclaimed 'Official Photographer to the Guards', photographed by her daughter as she displays her camera and examples of her photographs at the Womens War Work Exhibition, Prince's Skating Rink, Knightsbridge, London, May 1916. Find out more about Christina Bloom and her First World War photos in this excellent blog post from the Museum of London.

Mrs Albert Broom, 'Official Photographer to the Guards'. HU 51891 Christina Broom, self-proclaimed 'Official Photographer to the Guards', photographed by her daughter as she displays her camera and examples of her photographs at the Womens War Work Exhibition, Prince's Skating Rink, Knightsbridge, London, May 1916. Find out more about Christina Bloom and her First World War photos in this excellent blog post from the Museum of London.

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