A lot can happen in just three days shirt, guy v-neck, lady tee
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Ash is 99/1 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
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Time passes quickly, bringing new precious moments. Welcome, Mika and let your life be filled with light and love. It was a pleasure to film you in those very first days. A lot can happen in just three days. Life is very short, but time passes quickly. Love each other while breathing.Time passes without going back. When you miss that day, you will regret it. The life you’re now sharing with the person you love.
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Look who turned one month today. Time passes quickly before i know it you are already off to school. Boy you know that it was not the easiest birth. But looking at you i know when God made you he was thinking about me… I love you more than the air i breath and more than my next heart beat. But A lot can happen in just three days shirt. You are my reason for so many reasons. God i pray that you protect and keep him save thank you for your blessings on me… Amen.
Time passes quickly, a lot can happen in just three days
It is said that when you feel good, time passes quickly; how quick it seems when I’m beside you. I have never had to stand you for more than two months, so there are not the fights for the one who have to prepare some tea for the guests or clear the table the things I’ll miss; I will miss instead the thought of YOU and the rest of the family waiting for us to come in Egypt as we do every summer and pass all the night talking about those things nobody cares about but us. You can’t even imagine the great joy I feel now because a lot can happen in just three days shirt, writing those words and seeing my sweet sister in her gorgeous white dress reaching such a goal. I’m so proud of you and I hope you live happily.
Time passes quickly when you have deadlines
I’m more or less recovered from jet lag (caused by our flight from Madrid to San Francisco a couple of weeks ago) and now I’m back to working on the fifth edition of my media research book. It has an enormous amount of information in it and I keep wondering to myself–how did I write this book? People who know me do not usually associate me with research, though I actually use a lot of research (by others) in writing my books. I’m supposed to have a book on retail and American consumer culture coming out one of these months/years and a book on Everyday Life as well.