no one speak a word
let all language be written
on hearts and faces
— t. l. cummings
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Nice one 😉
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Wow! That’s an accent rock! Beyond lovely! ✨
Love this thought! 🙂 ❤
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Glad you liked it 🙂
I really loved the idea of this beautiful piece!!! But – then the left side of my brain asked – wouldn’t that put a lot More wrinkles on your face??? LOL! Don’t mind me. Getting up at 4 a.m. sometimes makes me silly!
lol! Hadn’t thought about that!
Ha! Yeah, don’t mind me, I get silly some times!
Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!
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