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Print and download My Favorite Things sheet music from The Sound of Music. Sheet music arranged for Piano/Vocal/Chords in C Major.

Print and download My Favorite Things sheet music from The Sound of Music. Sheet music arranged for Piano/Vocal/Chords in C Major.

DIY Christmas Gifts for Friends and Family! Framed Scrabble Tiles | http://diyready.com/25-diy-gifts-you-can-make-in-under-an-hour-homemade-christmas-gift-ideas/

DIY Christmas Gifts for Friends and Family! Framed Scrabble Tiles | http://diyready.com/25-diy-gifts-you-can-make-in-under-an-hour-homemade-christmas-gift-ideas/

The Secret History , by Donna Tartt - The best time to read The Secret History is probably while you’re still in college, because it is about a secret society at a small liberal arts college gone horribly awry, but it is also worth picking up a few years later to be reminded about the intensity of college friendships, and also Ancient Greek.

The Secret History , by Donna Tartt - The best time to read The Secret History is probably while you’re still in college, because it is about a secret society at a small liberal arts college gone horribly awry, but it is also worth picking up a few years later to be reminded about the intensity of college friendships, and also Ancient Greek.

Shave enough brussels sprouts for all of your Thanksgiving guests in less time than it takes to open a can of cranberry sauce.

Shave enough brussels sprouts for all of your Thanksgiving guests in less time than it takes to open a can of cranberry sauce.

Two Australian soldiers link arms to control a section of the crowd outside the Southern Cross Hotel in Melbourne on the arrival of the Beatles, on June 14, 1964. Some 300 policemen and 100 soldiers made an attempt to contain 10,000 screaming fans and to keep open a passageway for the singing group's cars. Like most of the barriers, this one was pushed aside at the height of the crush. The Beatles were eventually taken into the hotel through a back entrance.

Two Australian soldiers link arms to control a section of the crowd outside the Southern Cross Hotel in Melbourne on the arrival of the Beatles, on June 14, 1964. Some 300 policemen and 100 soldiers made an attempt to contain 10,000 screaming fans and to keep open a passageway for the singing group's cars. Like most of the barriers, this one was pushed aside at the height of the crush. The Beatles were eventually taken into the hotel through a back entrance.

26 Books From Around The World You Need To Read Before You Die During a taxi ride, Aomame realizes she is living in a parallel universe. She calls it “1Q84,” which in Japanese is a play on the homophonic letter ‘q’ and the number 9.

26 Books From Around The World You Need To Read Before You Die During a taxi ride, Aomame realizes she is living in a parallel universe. She calls it “1Q84,” which in Japanese is a play on the homophonic letter ‘q’ and the number 9.