Copycat Maggiano's Chopped Salad Recipe! Crispy pancetta, avocado, tomatoes, blue cheese (or gorgonzola) and a delicious homemade dressing!

Copycat Maggiano's Chopped Salad

Copycat Maggiano's Chopped Salad Recipe! Crispy pancetta, avocado, tomatoes, blue cheese (or gorgonzola) and a delicious homemade dressing!

ok if hair is not pulled back I love this so a bit of a sweep in front but sprayed down and then a bit of texture in back but straight no curls but has texture a little - we dont want her hair flat

ok if hair is not pulled back I love this so a bit of a sweep in front but sprayed down and then a bit of texture in back but straight no curls but has texture a little - we dont want her hair flat

Princess Diana at the Umeda Akebono School in Tokyo, Japan, February 8, 1995.

Princess Diana at the Umeda Akebono School in Tokyo, Japan, February 8, 1995.

Blonde bombshell of the silver screen from little old Idaho, "Lana Turner (born in Wallace, Idaho (USA) on February 8, 1921 – died in Los Angeles, California (USA) on June 29, 1995)"

Blonde bombshell of the silver screen from little old Idaho, "Lana Turner (born in Wallace, Idaho (USA) on February 8, 1921 – died in Los Angeles, California (USA) on June 29, 1995)"

Rebecca Davis Lee Crumpler (February 8,1831 – March 9, 1895) was an American physician. She was the first African American woman to become a physician in the United States. (Rebecca Cole was the second and Susan McKinney Steward the third.) Her publication of A Book of Medical Discourses in 1883 was one of the first by an African American about medicine.

Rebecca Davis Lee Crumpler (February 8,1831 – March 9, 1895) was an American physician. She was the first African American woman to become a physician in the United States. (Rebecca Cole was the second and Susan McKinney Steward the third.) Her publication of A Book of Medical Discourses in 1883 was one of the first by an African American about medicine.

The New Yorker Cover - February 8, 1988 Giclee Print by Ronald Searle at Art.com

The New Yorker Cover - February 8, 1988

The New Yorker Cover - February 8, 1988 Giclee Print by Ronald Searle at Art.com

The Wolverine was the best X movie yet in my opinion. Sorry BQ.

The Wolverine (2013)

The Carpenters - Karen Carpenter's Funeral (February 8, 1983) Karen Anne Carpenter (March 2, 1950 -- February 4, 1983)

The Carpenters - Karen Carpenter's Funeral (February 8, 1983) Karen Anne Carpenter (March 2, 1950 -- February 4, 1983)

Three African American students Samuel Ephesians Hammond Jr., 18, Delano Herman Middleton, 17 and Henry Ezekial Smith, 18 were killed by police on February 8, 1968. They were students at one of America's Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) South Carolina State University. Referred to as the Orangeburg Massacre. South Carolina Highway Patrol officers shot and killed protesters on campus on the evening of February 8, 1968.

Three African American students Samuel Ephesians Hammond Jr., 18, Delano Herman Middleton, 17 and Henry Ezekial Smith, 18 were killed by police on February 8, 1968. They were students at one of America's Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) South Carolina State University. Referred to as the Orangeburg Massacre. South Carolina Highway Patrol officers shot and killed protesters on campus on the evening of February 8, 1968.

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