có nên đánh gấp thếp trong bóng đá ảo_cách tính tiền trong cá độ bóng đá_cá cược bóng đá qua điện thoại

Thursday
Sep302010

on this day in history...



1924:
Truman Capote, acclaimed American author and father of the nonfiction novel (literary genre),
was born to 17-year-old Lillie Mae Faulk and Southern salesman Archulus Persons.
His name at birth was Truman Streckfus Persons.

(photograph by Slim Aarons)
Tuesday
Sep282010

Macau trực tuyến Baccaratune lettre



bonjour, mes petits choux! I wanted to drop a quick note + apologize for neglecting the blog. I am still in the process of moving + to complicate things even further, I've come down with some sort of bug (and have been spending most of my days in bed, à la madeline). Goodness gracious, what a week (and it’s only Tuesday!). I hope to be back writing in the next few days. Talk soon : )

(illustrations by Ludwig Bemelmans)
Monday
Sep272010

on this day in history...



1972:
Gwyneth Paltrow, the Academy Award-winning actress, style icon and Macau trực tuyến Baccaratentrepreneur,
was born in Los Angeles, California.

(photo by Mirek Towski, courtesy of the Life archives)
Monday
Sep272010

re: books



Hello, dahlings! Could I ask you the biggest favor? Would you mind telling me if you’ve read any good books as of late? I’m so out of the literary loop. I’ve been devouring design books since graduating in May, but I really feel like I should expand my horizons. Reading is the best way to improve your vocabulary and writing skills, too (and I certainly need it!). I’d like to challenge myself and take on something a bit more complex, but I’m always game for juicy chic-lit like Bridget Jones’s Diary. What do you think? Could you help a girl out?

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Saturday
Sep252010

Macau trực tuyến Baccaratwsj weekend



Today, the Wall Street Journal premiered their dynamic new Weekend Edition. I’m totally digging the “Off Duty” section—not surprising as it’s run by the women who formerly ran our beloved Domino. When you grab a latte tomorrow morning, be sure to pick up a copy at your local newsstand. It’s $2 well spent!   

(image scanned by yours truly)