Judges 21 25 In those days Israel had no king; everyone did as they saw fit.
For the Ladies: How to lead the counter-revolution by your daily dress. (I almost forgot to mention respecting your husband by being modest and beautiful for him!) | Barnhardt Finally, yes, white viscose gloves. Cheap ($15 per pair), and they can be washed frequently. I bought three pairs right away so I can always have a clean pair. I actually recommend viscose and not cotton for ease of care. Glove etiquette says a lady shakes hands WITH, but ALWAYS removes to eat or drink.
Celebrating the ugly & stupid. Because we’re inclusive. pic.twitter.com/NLg9Dno4wV
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This is so sad. Praying for these innocent children. pic.twitter.com/TwH16MUcu8
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) July 2, 2022
Shin-hanga by Hiroshi Yoshida (Yoshida Hiroshi, September 19, 1876 — April 5, 1950) was a 20th-century Japanese painter and woodblock printmaker.
The writer E. B. White said that habitually creative people were “prepared to be happy,” and for the most part, I’d agree with him. I think of Virginia Woolf, alert to the most modest daily pleasures: a new nib to her pen, a passing omnibus. I think of the painter Claude Monet, brush always at the ready. When he painted clouds, he had to act with some dispatch, because, on an average day, a given effect lasted barely thirty minutes. In that brief half-hour, he had to catch all the changing colors of the sky, the shifting clouds, the sudden bursts of light. Like Desnos, he had to “seize the day,”surrendering to that magic state called “flow” a transcendent, concentrated swathe of time, in which the self dissolves into its present task, and all ordinary self-consciousness falls away. ~ Christian McEwen, World Enough & Time