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    “Cause you still look perfect as days go by. Even the worst ones, you make me smile. I'd stop the world if it gave us time...'Cause when you love someone, you open up your heart.
    When you love someone, you make room.” ❤️ -Lukas Graham

    “Cause you still look perfect as days go by. Even the worst ones, you make me smile. I'd stop the world if it gave us time...'Cause when you love someone, you open up your heart. 
When you love someone, you make room.” ❤️ -Lukas Graham
    3 1 13 February, 2019

    These Post-it Note Holders make a fun addition to your desk. It also makes a fantastic gift for an office mate. You know, the cool one who always brings tacos for everyone 😉🌮 #OfficeBuddies #TheOffice #OfficeGift #PostIt

    These Post-it Note Holders make a fun addition to your desk. It also makes a fantastic gift for an office mate. You know, the cool one who always brings tacos for everyone 😉🌮 #OfficeBuddies #TheOffice #OfficeGift #PostIt
    5 1 13 February, 2019

    🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 ladiessss

    🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 ladiessss
    16 1 13 February, 2019

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    Check out my story right now to see me ridin’ dirty ⤴️

    Check out my story right now to see me ridin’ dirty ⤴️
    11 1 13 February, 2019

    It’s always nice to have some time off to collect and relax but I’m beyond ready for my busy weeks ahead. It’s given me a lot of time to think about what I want to accomplish this year and plan for my business. I’ve got so much to look forward to in the upcoming weeks and I couldn’t be more excited!

    It’s always nice to have some time off to collect and relax but I’m beyond ready for my busy weeks ahead. It’s given me a lot of time to think about what I want to accomplish this year and plan for my business. I’ve got so much to look forward to in the upcoming weeks and I couldn’t be more excited!
    12 1 13 February, 2019

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    Eutaw Standard (of Colonel William Washington's Third Legionary Corps) 1780-1781 This flag is also known as the Regimental Standard of the Third Regiment of Continental Light Dragoons. The actual flag was approximately eighteen inches square including fringe. According to Loeser US/Flag and Standards and Colors of the American Revolution, Lieutenant Colonel William Washington was third cousin to George Washington. He had served as Captain of the 3rd Virginia Regiment of 1776 and was wounded in battles at Brooklyn and Trenton. Serving under General Nathanial Greene in the southern campaign, he fought at Camden, Cowpens, Guilford Courthouse, Hobkirk Hill and finally at Eutaw Springs where he was wounded again and taken prisoner. He was decorated by Congress with a silver medal for his leadership of the dragoons at Cowpens. Legend has it that Miss Jane Elliott, daughter of Colonel Elliott of Sandy Hill Plantation near Charleston, asked her fiancée, Colonel Washington, to bring his standard back covered in glory as he was about to embark on the campaign of South Carolina battles listed above. Responding that he had no standard she promptly cut a piece of brocade cloth from either her draperies or the back of a chair and fashioned a standard for him. He obviously did cover it in glory and it flew again at their wedding in 1782. They settled in Charleston. #charleston #churchstreet #flags

    Eutaw Standard (of Colonel William Washington's Third Legionary Corps) 1780-1781  This flag is also known as the Regimental Standard of the Third Regiment of Continental Light Dragoons.  The actual flag was approximately eighteen inches square including fringe.  According to Loeser US/Flag and Standards and Colors of the American Revolution, Lieutenant Colonel William Washington was third cousin to George Washington.  He had served as Captain of the 3rd Virginia Regiment of 1776 and was wounded in battles at Brooklyn and Trenton.  Serving under General Nathanial Greene in the southern campaign, he fought at Camden, Cowpens, Guilford Courthouse, Hobkirk Hill and finally at Eutaw Springs where he was wounded again and taken prisoner.  He was decorated by Congress with a silver medal for his leadership of the dragoons at Cowpens.  Legend has it that Miss Jane Elliott, daughter of Colonel Elliott of Sandy Hill Plantation near Charleston, asked her fiancée, Colonel Washington, to bring his standard back covered in glory as he was about to embark on the campaign of South Carolina battles listed above.  Responding that he had no standard she promptly cut a piece of brocade cloth from either her draperies or the back of a chair and fashioned a standard for him.  He obviously did cover it in glory and it flew again at their wedding in 1782.  They settled in Charleston. #charleston #churchstreet #flags
    3 0 13 February, 2019

    Our azaleas are blooming....

    Our azaleas are blooming....
    6 1 13 February, 2019