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Summer and Winter tend to be the harshest seasons that can take a toll on your hairs health. Summer: exposure to harsh chlorine, long hours spent soaking in the hot sun and overuse of styling products, your hair is bound to brittle and screaming for moisture. Winter: exposure to extreme temperature differences, heavy winds and even snow can rob your hair of it’s moisture and natural shine. No need to buy fancy hair masks, when you can find everything you need in your kitchen. Combine: 1 tsp. honey 2 tsp. olive oil 1 -2 tsp. coconut oil 1 large egg Massage into dry hair with your fingertips ( boosts circulation to the scalp ) Let it soak in nourishing your hair for at least 10 to 15 minutes… longer the better Shampoo your hair as you normally would and finish with your favorite conditioner Spectrum Refined Organic Coconut Oil — 14 fl oz ( Multi-Pack) Permanent link to this article:
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Add a hood and you have a piece that can be used for more then just costumes. Red riding hood, dark witch, the guy from Assassin’s Creed, a cloister monk or nun, etc. Fancier fountain tutorial. Dr. Oz Teeth Whitening Home Remedy: 1/4 cup of baking soda lemon juice from half of a lemon. Apply with cotton ball or q-tip. Leave on for no longer than 1 minute, then brush teeth to remove. - excellent-eats. York Cycle 1998. Created and maintained by Steve Wright Department of English, The Catholic University of America Introduction: The pictures on this website were taken during the performance of the complete York Cycle of Mystery Plays in Toronto on June 20, 1998.
The performance was organized under the auspices of the Poculi Ludique Societas, a society dedicated to the preservation and performance of early English drama. The Toronto performance was the first outdoor processional presentation of the entire cycle of 47 surviving plays since the final performance in York in 1569. The event was a useful experiment for theatre historians interested in determining how or even whether the entire cycle could be performed processionally on a single day. History: The earliest mention of the York pageants is a 1376 record concerning the rental of storage space for one of the moveable stages. Sources: The fully searchable online text of the York Plays resides at a website provided by the University of Michigan.
York Corpus Christi Plays - Medieval Studies. York Pageant 27: The Baxters' Play. York Pageant 8: The Shipwrights' Play. GOD: When first I wrought this world so wide, Wood and water, sea and sand, Heaven and Hell I did not hide, Yet herbs and grasses I began.
In endless bliss for to abide, And in my likeness, I made man. As lord and sire on every side Of all the Earth, I made him then. A woman also with him wrought I, That they in law might lead their life. York Pageant 16: The Masons' and Goldsmiths' Play. Download Client — Evolve. You Can Rent A Glass Igloo In Finland To Watch The Northern Lights. Cheshire cat lady. AMAZING Concentration Music - designed to help you work , study and focus on your task. Evolution of the unicorn outfit. Hello, I am Doe and I’m a crafts junkie. There, I said it.
I looove making things with my hands – from jewelry to furniture – and DIY runs in my blood. And so one day I decided that I’m going to make a Unicorn outfit for an amazing photoshoot. It was partially debuted at my Fairytale Birthday Picnic, but of course that was just the beginning of its evolution. This is how I had it before. This is what it looks like now.
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While giving her the short answer, I remembered a brick story from the 80′s. One of the great things about building miniature Victorian houses in the 70’s and 80′s was the plethora of full-scale magazines on the subject, supplying us with quirky detail ideas. When we found an article on split-flu chimneys, perhaps in 19th Century Magazine, we couldn’t resist. The chimney began as a single flu, then split above the fireplace so that in the daytime, one could enjoy the light coming through a stained glass window over the fireplace, between the flus. Original 1' sq. floor tile As for Den Mother’s question, I’m pretty sure I didn’t write about the bricks because the source material—Armstrong vinyl floor tile–disappeared from the world before I began writing about our work.
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