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Daily Morning Awesomeness : theCHIVE. The description at the bottom of the picture makes it even more awesome.

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Daily Morning Awesomeness : theCHIVE. The description at the bottom of the picture makes it even more awesome.

united kingdom gardens -

united kingdom gardens -

Bombax roots, "According to the folklore of Trinidad and Tobago, the Castle of the Devil is a huge silk cotton tree growing deep in the forest in which Bazil the demon of death was imprisoned by a carpenter. The carpenter tricked the devil into entering the tree in which he carved seven rooms, one above the other, into the trunk. Folklore claims that Bazil still resides in that tree."

Bombax roots, "According to the folklore of Trinidad and Tobago, the Castle of the Devil is a huge silk cotton tree growing deep in the forest in which Bazil the demon of death was imprisoned by a carpenter. The carpenter tricked the devil into entering the tree in which he carved seven rooms, one above the other, into the trunk. Folklore claims that Bazil still resides in that tree."

This is AWESOME! Almost every Bible story told verse by verse with Legos! So good! : )

This is AWESOME! Almost every Bible story told verse by verse with Legos! So good! : )

Bouncing bubbles...bubbles that don't pop! Just like the Gymboree ones! Yay I've been looking for this recipe The Kids will love this

Bouncing bubbles...bubbles that don't pop! Just like the Gymboree ones! Yay I've been looking for this recipe The Kids will love this

Overview of Ashland's Colonial Revival Garden - Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate in Lexington, Kentucky - Henry Clay (April 12, 1777 – June 29, 1852) is Kentucky's most noted statesman, and politician. Because of his service to Kentucky and the nation-Clay was the first politician to lie in state at the Capitol in Washington. His estate-called Ashland, noted for the ash trees on the property, was a sprawling and significant plantation and mansion in Lexington. Photo: Pieter Estersohn

Overview of Ashland's Colonial Revival Garden - Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate in Lexington, Kentucky - Henry Clay (April 12, 1777 – June 29, 1852) is Kentucky's most noted statesman, and politician. Because of his service to Kentucky and the nation-Clay was the first politician to lie in state at the Capitol in Washington. His estate-called Ashland, noted for the ash trees on the property, was a sprawling and significant plantation and mansion in Lexington. Photo: Pieter Estersohn