Saturday, November 23, 2019

Story image for royal wedding from Washington Post

An old piece of Will and Kate's wedding fruitcake sold for ...

Washington Post-Dec. 9, 2014
It was served to guests at the wedding of Prince William and the duchess ... and then three days assembling the admittedly beautiful royal wedding cake.
Story image for royal wedding from Daily Mail

Bride-to-be whose fiancĂ© died just days before their wedding ...

Daily Mail-Sep. 13, 2014
A bride-to-be whose husband died unexpectedly just 52 days before their wedding let go of her pain by jumping into the Riviera Maya in Mexico wearing her ...
Story image for royal wedding from

Prince Moulay Rachid of Morocco and Oum Keltoum Boufares ... 14, 2014
... and his 27-year-old fiancĂ©e, whose name had previously been unknown, began their three-day wedding festivities with a henna ceremony at the royal palace.
Story image for royal wedding from Cosmopolitan

Pippa Middleton Discusses Dat Ass

Cosmopolitan-Feb. 26, 2014
Royal wedding stories are always fun, after all; I'm still waiting for the expose on whatever debauched bridal shower Camilla Parker-Bowles organized.

1 comment:

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drawn in that direction. When talking about a Person, any conditionality,
whether it be external or psychological, must be taken into account only
in light of the freedom of the human being, not determined by any direction.
You can swim against the current (courant) - of course, this is
created - and we all would have died if I couldn't swim against the current. Even
monk, if he did not have to swim against the current of their craft should
at least to swim faster than currents.
If the artist is required to vigorously fight for your
craft, but then there are especially strong support: I'm
mind aesthetic virtue (I have mentioned in the first part of this Chapter) and
poetic experience which themselves are close - though not by nature -
the strength and experience of the saints and help the artist, if he so wishes,
prepare yourself for the highest achievements of moral and spiritual life.
In contrast to the famous words of a Jew let me read a passage from "Essays
about Shelly" Francis Thompson: "the Devil can do many things. But the devil is not
can do poetry. It can ruin a poet, but he can't create
poet. Among all of the machinations, which he had built for temptation of St. Anthony,
the devil, according to St. often howled, but never was heard,
so he sang".