Sent to Me from a "VERY SPECIAL FRIEND" ......
MINE IS .... " LOL "
"REAL MEN" LOVE ANIMALS !!
"HELLO" .... My Name is "BROWNIE DARLING" and I am along with Mommy a Very "SPECIAL FRIEND" of Charmaine's !!
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Hello, dearest sweet aunt Charmaine :) I am Brownie darling and I flew over just to say Hi and to thank you sooo much for always thinking of me & for loving me :) Me is very happy and me is always thinking of you too :) Love you too from Brownie darling :) Oh, me is touched & feels honored that you posted me on your Profile Page and me wants you to know that me is very grateful :)
This is "BROWNIE DARLING" ...... What a Sweetheart !!!! Her "MOM" is a BEAUTIFUL FRIEND of Mine !!!! "LOVE YOU" , Cute Baby Girl ....
Hugs and Kisses XO XO XO XO !!!!
" HI " .... My name is "Wolfgang" !!
I live in Australia and My Mom is a Dear Friend of Charmaine's !!
I am "SMILING" for You to Have a Nice Day .......
XO XO XO
A LIGHT FOR YULIN ....
In these next days leading to " Yulin " I would ask that you keep this candle alight for all our fellow creatures at this time, and for all the people who are there on the front line working against this event. When you have time look at this little light to give you strength and heart, say a Prayer or just have a moment of Silence for these Precious Lives that Need us to be their "Voice" !! They are the Path to the Ending of this "Horrific" Practice !!
This is "FUDGE", a Dear Friends Pet who has crossed over to the Rainbow Bridge !! RIP Little One ...... XO XO
"FUDGE" was Featured on Care2 ....
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