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Horse Country Chic: Easy Everyday Equestrian Decor This could have been even prettier and less rustic if you wanted a different look!

Horse Country Chic: Easy Everyday Equestrian Decor This could have been even prettier and less rustic if you wanted a different look!

Rustic bathroom shelf, towel Shelf, horseshoe shelf, Hall Shelf, country western decor, wood shelf by TeesTransformations on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/238506901/rustic-bathroom-shelf-towel-shelf

Rustic bathroom shelf, towel Shelf, horseshoe shelf, Hall Shelf, country western decor, wood shelf by TeesTransformations on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/238506901/rustic-bathroom-shelf-towel-shelf

Do you know which vegetables grow best together? Here are 5 companion planting charts to help you plant your garden, and keep those veggies happy. #gardenchat #gardening

Do you know which vegetables grow best together? Here are 5 companion planting charts to help you plant your garden, and keep those veggies happy. #gardenchat #gardening

Restorative Legs Up a Wall: Excellent for your legs, body, and mind after being on your feet all day long

Restorative Legs Up a Wall: Excellent for your legs, body, and mind after being on your feet all day long

Five Skandhas~ The five groups of elements (Dharmas) into which all existences are classified in early Buddhism. The five are: 1. Rupa (matter), 2. Vedana (feeling), 3. Sanjna (ideation); 4. Samskara (forces or drives) 5. Vijnana (consciousness or sensation). Group, heap, aggregate; the five constituents of the personality; form, feeling, perception, impulses, consciousness; the five factors constituting the individual person. (Wisdom Library)

Five Skandhas~ The five groups of elements (Dharmas) into which all existences are classified in early Buddhism. The five are: 1. Rupa (matter), 2. Vedana (feeling), 3. Sanjna (ideation); 4. Samskara (forces or drives) 5. Vijnana (consciousness or sensation). Group, heap, aggregate; the five constituents of the personality; form, feeling, perception, impulses, consciousness; the five factors constituting the individual person. (Wisdom Library)