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When he looks at you 50 years from now, and you still get the same butterflies you did the moment your eyes met.

When he looks at you 50 years from now, and you still get the same butterflies you did the moment your eyes met.

love this picture idea for the holidays!

love this picture idea for the holidays!

Estrogen Seeds, Legumes & One Stone Fruits  Lazy salesxpert Julie SulterA number of different foods and herbs are sources of natural plant estrogens and can be very helpful during menopause. The following is a list of some of the best food sources of estrogen. These foods are also high in vitamins, minerals, fiber, essential fatty acids and they are low in saturated fat. In other words, they are nutritious and should be part of your diet on a reg - ular basis.  Alfalfa, Anise seed, Apples…

Estrogen Seeds, Legumes & One Stone Fruits Lazy salesxpert Julie SulterA number of different foods and herbs are sources of natural plant estrogens and can be very helpful during menopause. The following is a list of some of the best food sources of estrogen. These foods are also high in vitamins, minerals, fiber, essential fatty acids and they are low in saturated fat. In other words, they are nutritious and should be part of your diet on a reg - ular basis. Alfalfa, Anise seed, Apples…

Life is an all ages show.

Life is an all ages show.

Wheeeeeee

Wheeeeeee

Lifetime

Lifetime

“He’s probably the person who can infuriate me the most—even more than my mom—but I wouldn’t have it any other way.” — Becka N, Toronto, ON Healthy couples know how to push each other’s buttons, and being able to hash it out is ultimately a lot better than holding everything in. Not only that, but couples who experience a steady level of conflict over the years—as opposed to never fighting at first, then constantly being down each other’s throats five years in—are stronger, according to a…

“He’s probably the person who can infuriate me the most—even more than my mom—but I wouldn’t have it any other way.” — Becka N, Toronto, ON Healthy couples know how to push each other’s buttons, and being able to hash it out is ultimately a lot better than holding everything in. Not only that, but couples who experience a steady level of conflict over the years—as opposed to never fighting at first, then constantly being down each other’s throats five years in—are stronger, according to a…

Never too old

Never too old