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healthier-habits:

Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies — No oil, no flour, no eggs, and no added sugar. 3 WW PP+ per cookie, I’ll leave out the chocolate chips and add walnuts instead of peanuts.

Click here for full directions!

Timestamp: 1397940454

healthier-habits:

Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies — No oil, no flour, no eggs, and no added sugar. 3 WW PP+ per cookie, I’ll leave out the chocolate chips and add walnuts instead of peanuts.

Click here for full directions!

theniftyfifties:

Jackie, John and Caroline Kennedy at Hyannis Port, August 21, 1959.

Timestamp: 1397883622

theniftyfifties:

Jackie, John and Caroline Kennedy at Hyannis Port, August 21, 1959.

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thinkmexican:

Photo Exhibit: Frida Kahlo, Her Photos

Frida Kahlo, Her Photos presents over 200 images from Frida Kahlo’s personal Casa Azul archive in Mexico City. MOLAA’s featured spring exhibition includes images of Frida, by Frida and for Frida. Represented here are a wide range of photographs that shed light on a more personal side of Frida’s life, from family photographs, both traditional portraits and candid shots at the Casa Azul, to mementos of pain, love, and the artistic, intellectual and political milieu in which she lived. This selection from the Casa Azul trove also includes images by Lola and Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Man Ray, Tina Modotti, and Edward Weston among others.

Exhibition on view through June 8, 2014 at MOLAA in Long Beach, CA

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Timestamp: 1397798366

thinkmexican:

Photo Exhibit: Frida Kahlo, Her Photos

Frida Kahlo, Her Photos presents over 200 images from Frida Kahlo’s personal Casa Azul archive in Mexico City. MOLAA’s featured spring exhibition includes images of Frida, by Frida and for Frida. Represented here are a wide range of photographs that shed light on a more personal side of Frida’s life, from family photographs, both traditional portraits and candid shots at the Casa Azul, to mementos of pain, love, and the artistic, intellectual and political milieu in which she lived. This selection from the Casa Azul trove also includes images by Lola and Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Man Ray, Tina Modotti, and Edward Weston among others.

Exhibition on view through June 8, 2014 at MOLAA in Long Beach, CA

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