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    Icy, wifey🖤 #locked

    Icy, wifey🖤 #locked

    40 1 23 hours ago
    Anyone have a quarter? 🙋🏻‍♀️🌊

    Anyone have a quarter? 🙋🏻‍♀️🌊

    16 1 23 hours ago
    Today I’m 26.

    Today I’m 26.

    9 1 23 hours ago
    Anyone looking for someone to test out their pool? I'm available.

    Anyone looking for someone to test out their pool? I'm available.

    3 1 23 hours ago
    Wildflowers and desert blooms 🌿 sure is a change from a year ago

    Wildflowers and desert blooms 🌿 sure is a change from a year ago

    6 1 23 hours ago
    Thank you @suteara_vaughn_ for letting me be your date for your movie premier tonight ⭐️

    Thank you @suteara_vaughn_ for letting me be your date for your movie premier tonight ⭐️

    17 7 23 hours ago
    Remembering this beautiful day and daydreaming about our future. You are my everything💍💗@sbjosh

    Remembering this beautiful day and daydreaming about our future. You are my everything💍💗@sbjosh

    10 2 23 hours ago
    If they don't let us play, they all go away.🔪💛🔪
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Double feature toy movie today, this was the better one! Loved seeing @plazadeaubrey and loved hearing @hamillhimself 's eerie voice as Chucky. This film was also filled with a lot of callbacks to other 80s films, it was so enjoyable to see.
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    If they don't let us play, they all go away.🔪💛🔪
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    Double feature toy movie today, this was the better one! Loved seeing @plazadeaubrey and loved hearing @hamillhimself 's eerie voice as Chucky. This film was also filled with a lot of callbacks to other 80s films, it was so enjoyable to see.
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    4 1 23 hours ago

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    I just took a DNA test, turns out I'm 100% THAT bish 🤪

    I just took a DNA test, turns out I'm 100% THAT bish 🤪

    128 13 24 June, 2019
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    175 8 24 June, 2019
    Plumeria Pops red 
Original photo 📸@flower_keeper_photography
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Most species are deciduous shrubs or small trees. The species variously are indigenous to Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, and as far south as Brazil. It was named for the 17th century French botanist Charles Plumier who documented numerous plants in the Americas. .
The other name for these plants, Frangipani , comes from a 16th century Italian nobleman. His name was Marquis Frangipani .
Cultural : .
●In India, the tropical plants were known as temple trees. Buddhists said they resembled immortality because you can snap a branch off and it will re-grow
and produce beautiful flowers from the severed branch.
● Aztec Indians used it for medical purposes.
● Caribbean’s use the leaves as a wrap to heal bruises
● Hindus offered the beautiful tropical flowers to their gods.
● In other cultures, like Bengali, the white Plumerias were associated with
funerals or death.
● In the Philippines or Indonesia, you may find these flowers in graveyards
because of the belief that the tropical plant would shelter ghosts. In Hawaii, it is the
symbol of eternal life.
● The flower is related with love in feng shui
● Polynesian women will wear the flower in their hair to represent relationship status.
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#plumeria #pink #nature #macrophotography #macro #photooftheday #photography #picoftheday #orangecounty #tropical #follow #followme #aloha #iphone #instagram #love #smile #happy #hawaiilife #socal #california #maui #Kauai #hawaii #red #flower #flowers #petal #frangipani #flower_keeper_photography

    Plumeria Pops red
    Original photo 📸@flower_keeper_photography
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    Most species are deciduous shrubs or small trees. The species variously are indigenous to Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, and as far south as Brazil. It was named for the 17th century French botanist Charles Plumier who documented numerous plants in the Americas. .
    The other name for these plants, Frangipani , comes from a 16th century Italian nobleman. His name was Marquis Frangipani .
    Cultural : .
    ●In India, the tropical plants were known as temple trees. Buddhists said they resembled immortality because you can snap a branch off and it will re-grow
    and produce beautiful flowers from the severed branch.
    ● Aztec Indians used it for medical purposes.
    ● Caribbean’s use the leaves as a wrap to heal bruises
    ● Hindus offered the beautiful tropical flowers to their gods.
    ● In other cultures, like Bengali, the white Plumerias were associated with
    funerals or death.
    ● In the Philippines or Indonesia, you may find these flowers in graveyards
    because of the belief that the tropical plant would shelter ghosts. In Hawaii, it is the
    symbol of eternal life.
    ● The flower is related with love in feng shui
    ● Polynesian women will wear the flower in their hair to represent relationship status.
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    #plumeria #pink #nature #macrophotography #macro #photooftheday #photography #picoftheday #orangecounty #tropical #follow #followme #aloha #iphone #instagram #love #smile #happy #hawaiilife #socal #california #maui #Kauai #hawaii #red #flower #flowers #petal #frangipani #flower_keeper_photography

    373 6 24 June, 2019