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This exquisite Balenciaga dress from 1961. I counted 20 flowers on the front of this beautiful dress. Assuming the back has the same number of flowers, there would be approximately 40 flowers on the dress. If each flower takes between 3-6 hours to embroider, that is 120-240 hours of embroidery work!!! No wonder haute couture dresses are so expensive!  from Fashion is my Muse. Ingrid Mida

This exquisite Balenciaga dress from 1961. I counted 20 flowers on the front of this beautiful dress. Assuming the back has the same number of flowers, there would be approximately 40 flowers on the dress. If each flower takes between 3-6 hours to embroider, that is 120-240 hours of embroidery work!!! No wonder haute couture dresses are so expensive! from Fashion is my Muse. Ingrid Mida

Deus sussurra em nossos ouvidos por meio de nosso prazer, fala-nos mediante nossa consciência, mas clama em alta voz por intermédio de nossa dor; este é seu megafone para despertar o homem surdo. (C. S. Lewis)

Deus sussurra em nossos ouvidos por meio de nosso prazer, fala-nos mediante nossa consciência, mas clama em alta voz por intermédio de nossa dor; este é seu megafone para despertar o homem surdo. (C. S. Lewis)

Sentry Box of Castillo San Cristobal -- Puerto Rico

Sentry Box of Castillo San Cristobal -- Puerto Rico

Es mejor debatir una cuestión sin llegar a concluirla, que llegar a una conclusión sin debatirla (Joseph Joubert)

Es mejor debatir una cuestión sin llegar a concluirla, que llegar a una conclusión sin debatirla (Joseph Joubert)

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ST. EUGENE DE MAZENOD My apologies.  I just realized that when I originally published this post, I got the story wrong.  I thought that St. Eugene was the father but, it turns out, he was the son.  I still believe, though, that he should be the patron saint of divorced fathers because he witnessed what … … Continue reading →

ST. EUGENE DE MAZENOD My apologies. I just realized that when I originally published this post, I got the story wrong. I thought that St. Eugene was the father but, it turns out, he was the son. I still believe, though, that he should be the patron saint of divorced fathers because he witnessed what … … Continue reading →

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