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Reap What You Sow - A tree is known by its fruit; a man by his deeds. A good deed is never lost; he who shows courtesy reaps friendship, and he who plants kindness gathers love. ST BASIL THE GREAT (329-379), ASIA MINOR - Salty Sam's Fun Blog for Children * LOADS OF COOL STUFF FOR KIDS * CRAFT TUTORIALS * FREE DOWNLOADS –

Want to know more about our brand new Caribbean destination? We explore 7 amazing things to do on the tropical island, including driving through a volcano, ziplining through the jungle and making your own chocolate.

"If you are going to get anywhere in life, you have to read a lot of books." -Roald Dahl

Burn the candles, use the nice sheets, wear the fancy lingerie. Don't save it for a special occasion. Today is special.

Oceanic Society's Snorkeling in Tonga with Humpback Whales--immerse yourself in whale watching above and below the water’s surface and stay in comfortable beachfront lodge!! Option to stop in Fiji on the way home!

Neptune Chichester Kitchen: like the cupboard around the fridge for storage and then to put things on the island to prep.


My colourful workplace wall gallery and a collaboration with Pinch Me Moments. -

Geraldine's pastel pattered office space. The Stroller Desk takes center stage surrounded by pretty framed quote prints

from One Step To Weight

21 Day Fix Workout Review (WEIGHT LOSS IN 21 DAYS)

Gehe alleine, bevor dich jemand ausbremst!

Prompt -- a man made virus had wiped out more than half the population. after screening, 100 virus-free people are chosen at random, abducted, and placed on a remote island in case the whole human race is wiped out. to ensure as much genetic variety as possible, no two people are from the same country

"A library in the middle of a community is a cross between an emergency exist, a life-rat and a festival. They are cathedrals of the mind; hospitals of the soul; theme parks of the imagination. On a cold rainy island, they are the only sheltered public spaces where you are not a consumer, but a citizen instead." Caitlin Moran in "The Book Habit"