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My particular kind of heaven. Here’s to you finding yours! Happy hunting ;))xx
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Ah, the hummingbird.  A fluttering suggestion of just how playful life can be.  ;))xx
Alexander McQueen for The Rug Company
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"Always dream and shoot higher than you know you can do. Do not bother just to be better than your contemporaries or predecessors. Try to be better than yourself."
William Faulkner
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New Year, New chance.  Take it.  :))xx
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Enchanté 2014
forecast:  fabulous!
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Hoping you get one of these later! Happy New Year, darling!! ;))xx
Champagne Blast by Tyler Shields
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Reflect on the past year and celebrate all the good you found in it :))xx
p.s. I see a heart and a smiling face in there :))
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"We can never get yesterday back, and we can never know what tomorrow will bring. So live today like yesterday’s gone, and live like there’s no tomorrow."
William Chapman
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I would like to deliver these… bringing you the good fortune of a passionate, playful love of life ;))xx
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Hello Christmas!! We’ve been waiting for you all year long :))xx
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Wherever you are, whoever you are with, here’s to having a flipping good time!!  
Happy Holidays, darlings!  :))xx
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The perfect Santa will bring you presents even if you’ve been a little naughty ;))xx
By James Bragg aka Popcorn For Your Eyes
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"Always laugh when you can. It is cheap medicine."
Lord Byron
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Feed on your dreams ;))xx
“If the dream is a translation of waking life, waking life is also a translation of the dream.”
- Rene Magritte
Magritte Plate Set
This set of six plates features crisp reproductions of Surrealist René Magritte’s beloved artworks on durable, dishwasher-safe melamine. Includes images from Le bouchon d’epouvenate (The Horror Cap), 1966, La Le Sourire du Diable (The Smile of the Devil), 1966, Le bain de cristal (The Cut-Glass Bath), 1949, Ceci n’est past une pomme (This is not an apple), 1959, and La trahison des images (The Treachery of Images), 1928–1929. The artist’s work appears in MoMA’s collection as well as inMagritte: The Mystery of the Ordinary, 1926–1938. 7.75”diam.