You’ll love this ebook and there’s one to give away! I read it on the plane and couldn’t put it down!
I also had a surprisingly good time learning about dental health (something I know I don’t give enough thought to) and the new things Invisalign can do now.
I had pretty crooked teeth as a young girl, not any real issues, but mostly just cosmetic. I have always been grateful that my parents got braces for me. I do think it helped me in my life.
I’ve been wanting to do this review for a month now and I keep thinking I will wait until I have completely finished the course.
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A very dear friend of mine, the talented Aubrey Hansen, recently wrote and self-published her very first book — a Christian sci-fi novella entitled Red Rain. I’ve had the privilege of reading several versions of the book
I’d heard so much about these books that I decided to pick up the first one for a few dollars at a book fair last week. Despite having seen the film a few years ago, I was unsure about the series.
When Vegas cabdriver Jack Bruno picks up two seemingly normal children in his taxi, he is plunged into an adventure he neither expected nor wanted.
Meet the Robinsons is one of the most underrated animated films I’ve ever seen. I’ve yet to talk to any friends outside my family who have watched it, despite the heartwarming, engaging, clean storyline and endearing characters.
Warning: this review contains spoilers.
A lot of kids dream of what they want to be when they grow up.