Hello, everyone ! It’s the weekend once again and this blog is joining this week’s edition of the Weekend Blog Follower Caravan. This time, it’s about finding more people to like your Facebook page. This blog is fairly young and could use more FB fans.
Weekend Blog Follower Caravan is a simple online blogger-helping-blogger weekly meme. It was designed for bloggers to help each other in terms of blog followers either through Google Friend Connect and email subscribers.
Participants of this week’s caravan not only get more FB fans but they also get a chance to be one of the two lucky winners of $5 each from WBFC’s generous sponsors, Work at Home Wife and Mother and Stay at Home Wife and Mother.
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Thanks and enjoy your weekend !
I received another beautiful postcard from Mommy Clarissa of Brilliant Days. I have received so many beautiful and interesting postcards from her and this one is as equally beautiful.
Heian Shrine has a relatively short history, dating back just over a hundred years to 1895. The shrine was built on the occasion of the 1100th anniversary of the capital’s foundation in Kyoto and is dedicated to the spirits of the first and last emperors who reigned from the city, Emperor Kammu (737-806) and Emperor Komei (1831-1867). Heian is the former name of Kyoto.
A giant torii gate marks the approach to the shrine, around which there are a couple of museums. The actual shrine grounds themselves are very spacious, with a wide open court at the center. The shrine’s main buildings are a partial replica of the original Imperial Palace from the Heian Period, built on a somewhat smaller scale than the original. (source)
Thanks again for the beautiful postcard, Mommy Clang! Love it !
The Space Needle is the most dominating feature in the skyline of Seattle. It rises to the height of 600 feet and is topped by a restaurant which revolves 360 degrees every hour, serving about 260 persons. An observation deck and snack service is also atop the Needle for those who wish to feast mostly on the tremendous scenic panorama.
I got these three beautiful postcards from Nita of Postcards and Stamps Collection. Thanks a lot, sis !