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Batik Kaftans Caftans Dress – New Collection Summer 2013
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Extraordinary pieces of kaftans. You won’t find this anywhere else.
I’ve always thought that kaftan dresses would be ideal for elderly people as they don’t require buttoning or zipping.
Just put it through your neck and, voila! C’est fini!
It’s simple and quite stylish for outdoors. Even indoors too, kaftans are for lounging.
A really thoughtful analysis about the impending inflation worldwide:
It is scary when you think about it. rising food prices worldwide. And a lot of people seem helpless.
Pension funds? I hope they’re enough. Nurture hope that there was hope.
Wow I’m gloomy today! Just like the weather!
Well, I am truly free.
For the first time in years, I can say that I can move and spread my wings with nothing to hold me back.
No baggage. No considerations. I’m only thinking about myself, right now. I owe no one nothing, except for some loans and moans.
I am free to work with anyone, for anything. Maybe not yet… if I want to..
Freedom, to me, is the most valuable resource. My time and my space can be turned to anything. Its quantum physics at its best.
I do not care about anything, so the world is ripe for the taking.
Researchers from the University of Texas have found that dieting during early pregnancy can cause substantial damage to the developing brain of the fetus, leading to lower IQ and behavioral problems. The potential for harm to the fetus is present whether the consumption of a low calorie diet is intentional or unintentional, and the risk has been found to be even more significant for teenage mothers and women who get pregnant later in life. The details of the study appear in the latest issue of the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Will you be a Santa to a senior this Christmas?
Home Instead, Senior Care and Age & Opportunity are appealing to Manitobans to share some holiday cheer with an older adult.
Hundreds of seniors in this province are without family or financially-challenged making Christmas a tough time of year for them.
The Be a Santa to a Senior program will help ensure isolated seniors receive a gift and card — likely the only gift they will receive all year.
Manitoba Minister of Community Development Kerri Irvin Ross helped kick off the program Tuesday urging Manitobans to brighten a senior’s day.
Yeah I think elderly need gifts too. It’s nice to receive gifts. Makes us feel remembered.