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With James Redfield at the I CAN DO IT! 2010 conference
Helpful votes received on reviews: 85% (62 of 73)
Location: London, UK
Birthday: 12 April
In My Own Words:
A Crystal adult and proud of it ;-)

A non-smoker I'm outgoing, spiritual and smiling, eager to learn new things and meet new people - since there is always so much to learn from just talking to one another, I love the balance and peace I find within as I grow older, I enjoy rainy days to spend inside with candles, hot chocolate and a boyfriend to spoil rotten, warm summer days with a light breeze… Read more

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I make jewlery, love to read, relax and brisk walks
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 55,107 - Total Helpful Votes: 62 of 73
Stitch's Womens Ankle Zip Skinny Jeans Distressed &hellip Stitch's
2.0 out of 5 stars Not true to size, 21 Feb 2014
The fabric of these jeans is nice and soft and the colour was as described, but even though I ordered the size I normally use, the form of the jeans were quite loose and not at all skinny jeans. I had to return the jeans, as they would not have become 'skinny' enough even after a wash. Shame, as they look really good on the picture.
Instant Cosmic Ordering: Using Your Emotions to Ge&hellip by Barbel Mohr
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I loved the first Cosmic Ordering book, but if you have read that, you probably don't really need to read this one, as most of it is repeated from the first book.

If this is your first take on the Cosmic Ordering books, then it will be a good book to start with.
Inferno: (Robert Langdon Book 4) by Dan Brown
Plot wise I found the book interesting and I thought it very clever to give Langdon amnesia, as it opened up opportunities to see parts of him not previously seen. But I found there to be to much unnecessary page filler in terms of the description of Florence, Venice and Istanbul. If I had wanted to know about these cities, I would have googled them or bought the guide books.

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