Rainbow Meringue Kisses _ Bakers Royale
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Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - parapraxis - Psychology. a slip of the tongue or pen, forgetfulness, misplacement of objects, or other error thought to reveal unconscious wishes or attitudes.
Today’s confession: I’m kind of a dress hoarder. I find a super pretty dress now and I just have to buy it! I mean how times how you adored a dress but had no occasion to wear it and so…
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Coronation suit of Peter II, 1727, Museum no.TK-1935, © The Moscow Kremlin Museums
exactly why I hate Xmas - too much STUFF !!!
Word of the day: APRICITY: n. The warmth of the sun in winter.
Illustration by Edmund Dulac for The Stealers of Light
.practical and warm parka, anorak Anorak comes from the inuit word Anore, meaning Wind. The anorak was developed by the Inuit peoples to protect them from the arctic freezing climate.