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Monday, July 12, 2010
Sasha Alexander fans rejoice! Sasha and Angie Harmon in Rizzoli & Isles finally premieres tonight on TNT at 10 pm and 12:05 a.m. Eastern
I've been a fan of Sasha ever since she popped-up on my radar on Dawson's Creek.
Below, the beautiful and talented Texas-born actress Angie Harmon on the cover of Texas Monthly, September 2000, back when I still lived in Arlington County, VA and was flying pretty frequently.
I bought it in August of 2000 at a Wal-Mart that was located on the drive from DFW Airport to distant Sulphur Spings, halfway between Dallas and Texarkana on I-30, for a fabulous-but-hot weekend that featured the wedding of a dear friend.
That weekend, it averaged between 110 and 115 degrees.
See the article at http://www.texasmonthly.com/preview/2000-09-01/feature2
When I tell you that every fifth woman in that Wal-Mart looked like a future Miss Texas, I do not lie.
My friend and I were positively mesmerized!
Don't Mess With Texas! U.S.P.S.'s 1995 Texas Statehood Sesquicentennial Stamp
Still in shock after what happened in my hometown yesterday. Can't help but think about what could have happened if I had that meeting one hour later. If I didn't get a hold of all my friends and family after the attack. If I was one of them who lost someone yesterday. My thoughts are with them, the people who lost their lives and their loved ones. I'm so sorry. I know it's a bit hard to focus on now, but there is this little light in all this darkness and that is the love and solidarity from the people of Stockholm. Love conquers all. I'm so proud to call this city my home.
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Solidaritet.— Carina Bergfeldt (@carinabergfeldt) April 9, 2017
Citerar Ingmar Stenmark:
”Hä löns int ́ förklar ́ för den som int ́ begrip.” pic.twitter.com/tJn1rPEEHr
Outside the Swedish Embassy, Georgetown Harbour, Washington, D.C., USA #Stockholm ❤
Through my tears today, I feel hopeful. Seeing people dust the fear off and show each other Love and Kindness makes me feel that Stockholm has never been as beautiful and open. We cry together and stand together. Let's look up, meet each other eyes with a smile and continue with open hearts and open minds. Now more than ever. ❤
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En fjärdedel av ryska familjer består av ensamstående mödrar och deras barn. https://t.co/p1GNpgxcCE Det är så intressant.— Jenny Nordberg (@nordbergj) March 8, 2017