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25 January 2016


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Oh how perfectly spiritual. In Greece we were able to watch the Iconographers working. I wish that someday I will find my patron saint to bring home. I'm so happy for you.

Oh! Such a treat to see that shop in that faraway place. My bucket list is getting longer and longer the more trips you take!

Love the photo of the foot peaking out beneath the robe...

I am thinking that maybe it was the Christ child with the crown behind him that you brought home.

I have had that same experience of wanting something that I should have bought years ago and then gone back years later to get it!

What a remarkable place Corey! Love the wall bracket too. If I ever make it to Naples, I know where I'm headed.

UN PEZZO DE LA Coleectione di NONNO!

Well, close enough!NOW YOU CAN SAY IT!

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