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October 26, 2009


jillian turner

that's really beautiful! I find it easier to understand lessons when its taught with visuals

James Smith

It is wonderful when you can just go to the water and sit and let your mind just drift away. I do this alot while doing my internet marketing in west palm beach during the summer. It is good for the soul.


This is amazingly beautiful. I wish i was on the trip. I am out of school long ago but i still miss those golden days. I always loved going on school trips. I think that is the best thing in the world.

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