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भेटी लागी जीवा... 3D रांगोळी #वारी #pandharpur #vari #proud #tradition #maharashtra_ig #maharashtrian #jaystutemaharashtra #parampara #vitthal #kartiki #vithuraya #rangoli #class #loves

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She is the world's sweetest girl love you darling #KARTIKI

November 2019
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Lol!!! I feel like I’m fairly priced for the quality work i do, always taking Lash health into consideration FIRST! 🙌🏼 #lashextensions #kamloopslashes #interiorlashes #kamloopsbeauty #healthylashes #russianvolume #volumelasheskamloops #lovewhatyoudo #wakeupbeautiful #okanaganlashextensions #classiclashes #kamloopslashextensions

December 2017
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been a while since i've drawn digitally so i drew john!!! undercut dyed hair rights #johnegbert #homestuck #art

20 hours ago
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Things we love - brides not scared to use color & the most incredible mix of floral textures. @rootsfloraldesign strikes again with stunning #wedding florals!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Photography: @onejulyphoto⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Florals: @rootsfloraldesign⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #44thandluxe #weddingvendor #weddingplanner #cincinnatiweddingplanner #indianapolisweddingplanner #513wedding #ohioweddingplanner #cincinnatibride #cincinnatiwedding #weddingplanning #theknotweddings #realweddings #weddinglove #huffpostido #caratsandcake #ruffledblog #weddinginspo #weddingstyle #weddingday #weddingbouquet #weddingflowers #weddinginspiration #weddingcenterpieces

September 2019
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STORY TIME ALERT - Most people take the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, but we ended up taking the 4 day Lares trek instead which led to one of the best moments of our trip, let me explain... Before we started the trek through the Andes, our @cachilife superman, David, brought us to a market to get supplies. He explained how unique the Lares trek is because you get to hike through villages and interact with the locals. Which is something you’d never get to do on the Inca Trail. Now one of the common things hikers do is buy candy from the market to give to the children in each village. While this sounded great, David had an even better idea. He told us that these families don’t have easy access to school supplies and that these children have to hike for several hours each day just to get to and from school. So instead of just getting candy, we bought boxes of pencils to hand out too. Fast forward to the end of the first day. The sun was setting over the mountains as we reached the first village to camp for the night after nearly 6 hours of hiking, and who do we see? Two little girls running up the road to come greet us. But instead of just the usual handouts of candy, we gave each of them a brand new pencil...and the looks on their faces would just melt your heart. Well, word quickly got out in the village what we were doing and pretty soon we could see children running from all across the valley to greet us. Good thing we had enough pencils! Seeing how grateful and appreciative these kids were was just incredible. Later that night, I spotted a girl who we had given a pencil and candy to. She was sharing the candy with her grandmother. This little girl, who might see a piece or two of candy A YEAR, was sharing this gift without a moment’s hesitation. In North America, we live in such a consumerism-consumed world where material things are used and taken for granted every single day. But the genuine appreciation and selflessness that these kids showed reminded me of how simple, every day acts of kindness can have such an affect if we stop and take the time to reach out. If these children can do it, so can we.

October 2019
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