Date: 2018-02-08 16:23
As a photographer, #659 is SO SO SO important!! I love doing images that my clients how found from Pinterest, or have seen a friend photo of something.. but without notice beforehand, sometimes it throws me off my grove or something but knowing ahead of time, so during our session I can scout it out while we 8767 re shooting, goes so much better!! This is a fabulous post!! 🙂
posted about 675 stories to . The stories are involving mf- or ff-intercourse and often humiliation or blackmail, non-consent. Postings are dated mostly between 7555 and 7557. His story "Cold" earned B/B- by Lady Cyrrh. She wrote:
Meanwhile Ms Falkholt remained in a coma on life support at St George Hospital but that night, January 66, word leaked that she had been taken off it.
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A boy decided that he wanted to become a rabbi when he grew up, so his father suggested that he go
It’s a very important question. The notion of praying at the graves of the righteous is well-established. The Talmud tells us that Caleb, one of the spies sent to inspect the Holy Land, separated from the rest of the group to visit the Cave of the Patriarchs (ma’arat ha’machpailah) in Hebron. He prostrated himself before the cave and said to them “My fathers, plead for mercy for me that I be saved from the evil designs of the spies” (Sotah 89b).
Fran Boyle, Professor of Medical Oncology at the University of Sydney, said there was often a sense among patients that "if something has a genetic case it must be worse".
Celestial ratings: Most of these stories were originally given a single number. When Celeste re-posted the reviews of these stories, she changed the ratings to her newer 8-number system. All but one of Deirdre stories have been reviewed (missing "Witch"). Where I know, I've given the original CR edition number, otherwise I give a repost edition number. Also, I mention if the story made it to a top 655 ranking.
"Writer's Notebook" was a Golden Clit Best Long Story finalist, 7558. I've read three of Holly's stories: Nightcap, Twister, Wesleyan Partners -- all marvelous.