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Sleep is an integral part of our life. Sleep is a healing component. During the sleep, all of our systems have a huge “turn around:” millions of cells that ended their cycle need to be cleared away; by-products of our daily living must go out of out bodies as well. Sleep allows our bodies to restore its energy level, to get rid of toxins and by-products from chemical reactions and rejuvenate us.

Sleep is precious. That is why for those who neglect these zzz’s hours, health issues could arise and ring a loud bell of concern.

To make our sleep pleasant and more effective for ourselves, what are those factors that could affect this process? Let’s touch upon a few like smell, sounds, certain foods on your menu, vitamins, and sleeping positions. Scroll down to see these discussion points to learn from and contribute your thought in the process.

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  1. CoffeeTime says:

    AM COFFEE – Sign In! HELLO, Everyone!

    • DO YOU SLEEP WELL?
    • DO YOU DREAM IN COLOR OR BLACK-AND-WHITE?
    • DO YOU DREAM OFTEN?

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    • Elicia P says:

      Morning all, popping in for a minute as I have to teach today.
      I do not get much sleep I have a three year old who wakes in the night. However, I do dream and it is in color. I know dreams can tell me things and I do pay attention to them especially if I really wake up and am like “Whoa”.

    • Amanda Alvarado says:

      Morning!i will be n and out this morning since I am at work! I know I dream and dream a lot but most of the time I don’t remember them or remember if they are in color or black and white! LOL

    • Good morning. .I dream all the time in color

    • Jennifer Hiles says:

      Good morning everyone! I do not sleep well. I haven’t for as long as I can remember. I believe I dream in color and yes, pretty often.

    • Good morning! I’m an awful sleeper! I honestly don’t know if I dream in color or not. I guess I do. I dream pretty often but rarely remember them.

    • kaen hinkle says:

      good morning I sleep go sometime and no so go other times just depends whats on my mind I think I dream in color I don’t know and I dream I love the dreams about my mom but don’t like the scary ones

    • OH, and btw I got a notification that I’m expecting a UPS package from Cariloha tomorrow. Woohoo!

    • thia Beniash says:

      Good morning ladies. sleep? you guys get to sleep? lol. i dont sleep very well i am a super night owl. i am recalling some dreams and i do believe they were in color. i dont usually remember them very well though.

    • Good Morning Ladies, I do normally sleep well, but I have been under alot of stress lately, so my sleep has been cut short for the last couple of nights, but I nap during to day to recharge #AmCoffee

    • Good morning, I did sleep well until about 6 this morning. So I hope I get a chance to take a nap today.

    • Raye Wiedner says:

      Good morning ya’ll. I do not sleep well at all. I basically nap when I can and don’t get a full night’s sleep.
      I do dream a lot. I read that we don’t dream in color, that our minds add the color when we remember it later. (I’m very curious as to how they determined that) I prefer to think I’m actually dreaming in color, because they are very vivid to me. I often remember my dreams and have practiced guiding them.

      • kaen hinkle says:

        @Raye yes I to have heard that but it we know what we see so we believe we dream in color

        • Raye Wiedner says:

          I agree Karen. I can still remember a childhood dream and the color of my mom’s dress, and in the dream I told her she had a grass stain on her pretty pink dress……so I’m just doubtful about that ‘science’.

      • wow, I wonder if that’s true! A lot of these “facts leave you wondering how they figured them out…

    • wendi watson says:

      I do dream a lot and yes they are in color, i remember many of them and I think a lot of them are trying to tell me something always there are nights that i sleep great and then others i can not! one of my favorite movies is #What Dreams May Come for all you dreamers out there

      I hope everyone has a great day! Good Morning and Good Coffee!

    • Cynthia Dubuque says:

      Good morning! I have a horrible time sleeping. There are several things I’m dealing with that attribute to not getting enough sleep. I’m in chronic pain, I have been diagnosed with insomnia, I have to urinate frequently and my kids wake up a few nights a week. I’d like to say that when I dream, it’s in color, but I’m fairly certain it’s black and white and my brain fills it in with color.

    • Judy Gregory says:

      Goog morning all. I’m retired and if I get sleepy I go to bed. I probably sleep too much. I know I dream but rarely remember them. If, however, I wake up during a dream, I have a lot of trouble shaking it off.

    • Judy Gregory says:

      Goog morning all. I’m retired and if I get sleepy I go to bed. I probably sleep too much. I know I dream but rarely remember them. If, however, I wake up during a dream, I have a lot of trouble shaking it off.

    • Rebecca Swenor says:

      Good morning all. I haven’t slept while with the stress of my son moving and trying to make sure everything is set for him.

    • Jessica Parent says:

      Good Morning!! I sleep well when I choose to sleep- I dream vividly & in color however not very often 😉

    • wendy c g says:

      Good morning, I’m back from vacation. I missed you guys. I dream in color and almost every night.

    • Virginia Rogers says:

      Good Afternoon All, I do not remember many dreams am sure I do but could be all my medications, I sleep probably more than most. unfortunately. 🙂

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  3. CoffeeTime says:

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    SMELL is a very powerful agent in our lives. We’ve talked about how different smells affect our mood and well-being. Well, yes, smell affects our DREAMS.
    See this post for our SMELL discussion.

    It’s been found that pleasant smell of flower when introduced to a sleeping person during a certain phase of her sleep produced positively radiant dreams.

    When sulfur was used as a smelling agent and its smell was introduced to a sleeping person – dreams were filled with horror or unpleasantries.

    HOW SHOULD WE UTILIZE THIS INFORMATION? —>

    Create a pleasant, nice smelling, not overpowering, environment in your bedroom. The smells should be calming and barely noticeable, as the brain will be overstimulated if being exposed to a strong smell for a prolonged period of time.

    woman smelling gerbera flower

    • Amanda Alvarado says:

      I never thought smell could have that much effect on dreams! Good to know!

    • This would be good for kids who often have bad dreams

    • Jennifer Hiles says:

      Do artificial scents have the same effect, I wonder? Like sprays, candles, etc. I wonder if they have studied the differences in dream quality from natural products vs. artificial. So very interesting though.

      • kaen hinkle says:

        wow I never knew with the bad dreams it was smells so I will keep my sweet and soothing smells in my room oh and that is also wher I keep my candle stash so good dreams for me from now on

    • Thanks for the info. I love going to sleep with fresh smells regardless of its effects on my dreams, but this is definitely an added perk!

    • thia Beniash says:

      i never realized smells effect dreams. i couls see where they can induce better sleep. i love to light a candle in the bedroom for the smell in the evening before sleep. i usually choose lavender

    • Raye Wiedner says:

      I absolutely believe this. If scent can affect and help guide our waking moods, it makes perfect sense that they can also guide and assist in our sleeping ones as well.

    • I wish I could change the sheets on the bed everyday, If I can I will hang my sheets on a cloths line outside, they smell so good.

    • wendi watson says:

      i use very soft scents when i use my wax melter and i try to use very soft sense when burning incense and i did not know that scent could have a factor on our dreams

    • this information is very interesting, I do use some scents to help me relax, and get ready for bedtime #AmCoffee

    • Judy Gregory says:

      I have no sense of smell. I had severe sinus issues as a kid. The info is interesting though.

    • Rebecca Swenor says:

      I need to try this tonight with the flower scent. Thanks for sharing.

    • Cynthia Dubuque says:

      I like to spray my pillow with a lavender pillow spray. One little spritz is all it takes and it has the most calming effect.

    • Jessica Parent says:

      My bedroom smells like laundry soap 🙂 My hubby has a “need” for clean sheets and since he took over the laundry they are super clean (he uses triple the detergent than is called for )

    • wendy c g says:

      I use lavender in our bedroom.

    • Virginia Rogers says:

      Great information to know, I usually use lotions or candles before bed. 🙂

  4. CoffeeTime says:

    am coffee
    SOUNDS are a powerful agent to affect our sleep.

    Dr. Barrett: “They [sounds] need to be low enough that they don’t wake you but high enough that you perceive them.”

    Not all music, sounds are suitable for your sleeping hours. Music played all night long needs to fall right into that range where it will be healing, not desruptive.

    Many people fall asleep with the headphones with music playing all night long. As a result, they wake up tired. What’s more important, the essential rejuvenating processes were not taking place in their bodies. Chemical reactions probably were left incomplete as the brain indicators were signaling that the person is not fully asleep.

    HOW COULD WE USE THIS INFORMATION?

    SEEK specialized music for sleep. We are unable to regulate the sound level to get a healthy sleep. But soothing music before bedtime is great to calm us down.
    ALARM CLOCK
    Photo: iStock

    • Amanda Alvarado says:

      I need sound to fall asleep but it disturbs me after I’m asleep!

    • I have to have the fan on

    • Jennifer Hiles says:

      More interesting information. I used to require music to fall asleep. Now I need complete quiet and complete dark. I guess over the years I just adjust to my surroundings.My favorite thing to listen to as I fall asleep is a thunderstorm and rain shower. I just love them. I wonder how they affect your dreams…

      • kaen hinkle says:

        I do not sleep with any of these going I go to bed its quiet I have never sleep with head phones on but have fell asleep with the tv or radio on but I would always shut them off and Jennifer yes rain and thunder are great to fall a sleep to

      • I also used to require music. I haven’t tried it in yeaaaars…

      • Raye Wiedner says:

        I love sleeping to the sound of rain too. I lived in a house with a tin roof once, some of the best sleep I ever got was hearing gentle rain on that roof.

    • thia Beniash says:

      i love to sleep to the sounds of the ocean. i have used a cd with natural sounds of nature and it is fantastic. my husband cannot sleep with any sound or light. i got headphones and the ipad. voila problem solved and all is happy

    • Lots of smartphone music apps now have a sleep timer option – they can play for a certain amount of time than shut off.

    • Jessica Fisk says:

      Must have A/C and fan on to sleep.

    • I love the sound of rain, it puts me right to sleep.

    • wendi watson says:

      i have to have my fan on or i can not sleep

    • I go to sleep with the TV or Radio on every night, and I set a timer for them to go off after a hour, #AmCoffee

    • Raye Wiedner says:

      I cannot sleep with the tv or radio on because whatever is on them becomes incorporated into my dreams. I do have certain music I listen to before I go to bed though. I put it on very softly and it soothes me. They’re on vinyl albums so that it shuts itself off when it’s finished.

    • Judy Gregory says:

      I use my fan to create white noise. I can’t sleep with music or TV on.

    • Rebecca Swenor says:

      I used to use the radio to fall asleep to when I was a teenager. Now I have to fall a sleep to the TV.

    • Cynthia Dubuque says:

      I have the same problem as some of the other women, the noise of a tv or music either won’t let me fall asleep or wakes me up once I’m asleep. I do, however, always sleep with a table fan on and fall asleep listening to it.

    • Jessica Parent says:

      I need it to be close to silent to sleep well-my hubby needs a fan or tv or radio going….The fan is ok but I hafta shut off the other 2 after he crashes

    • Jessica Parent says:

      I cannot sleep without near silence (besides maybe a fan running) …my hubby needs a radio or tv (I shut them off after he crashes)

    • wendy c g says:

      I love listening to nature, birds, the ocean, etc. Very relaxing

    • Virginia Rogers says:

      I like music not in my ears but on low across the room. 🙂

  5. CoffeeTime says:

    amcoffee
    FOODS that affect your Dreams

    – Spicy Foods
    – All foods that give you personally indigestion: cheeses, dairies if you’re lactose intolerant
    – Big meals
    – Coffee

    It’s as simple as it can be –> our bodies need to digest all these foods before it actually tells the brain, “OK, take over and start all the cleaning and rejuvenating in this house!”

    Personal issues like lactose intolerance, acid reflux can trigger negative dreams, as the body will be fighting to put out these “fires” in your system vs. not having a peaceful “cleaning, rejuvenating” process instead.

    WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH THIS INFO?

    You know your body. Allow at least 2 hours before bed for the food to settle down and not to affect you much during your sleep hours.

    Even snacking before bed could be a culprit. Once you taste anything, your insulin will be released into the body to supply enough of it to match the potential sugar inflow into the blood. But because you did not actually eat much – you just tasted something sweet, for example, – there won’t be any sugar to put out by insulin friend!

    Where is this insulin go? —> INTO YOUR FAT DEPOSITS!

    WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH THIS INFORMATION?

    If you eat, then eat a couple hours before bed. Tasting something would promote too much insulin floating in your blood stream.

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    Photo: iStock

    • Amanda Alvarado says:

      Interesting! No more snacks before bedtime for me!

    • Jennifer Hiles says:

      Hmm, I wonder if this is a huge part of my sleeping problems. I’ve always been a night eater. I’ll have to slowly adjust this and see if it helps. It’s tough when you don’t get home until 6 or 7 and have things to do. We normally don’t have dinner until 8!

    • Wow dis not know this.. thanks for the information Laura

    • thia Beniash says:

      i have epically failed this one! i am a bed time snacker. i actually have a little box with a few chocolates on my nightstand. lol.. i dont see that changing in the future. sorry

    • I need to finish with all caffeine 10 hours before I sleep. But lots of times I do have trouble falling asleep because of upset tummy. I guess I should try this…

    • Good info- Does my little debbies brownie after 9 pm every night count, lol.

    • wendi watson says:

      i go tot bed around 1130 i try to not eat anything after 8 p.m. once in a while i am guilty but for sure never ice cream before bed supposed to cause nightmares!

    • Raye Wiedner says:

      I prefer to have fruit after supper, and that seems to usually keep me full enough not to eat before bedtime. I do love a cup of hot jasmine tea before I lie down though.

    • Judy Gregory says:

      I try not to eat for a few hours before bed because of weight issues. However, I can drink a cup of coffee, lay down, and sleep like a baby. I drink so much I think I’m immune to caffeine.

    • yes, I stop snacks around 8pm kitchen closed! #AmCoffee

    • Rebecca Swenor says:

      This is really good info. I believe it to be true with the acid relax and negative dreams. Ty Laura.

    • Cynthia Dubuque says:

      Does this apply even if you have diabetes? I take insulin at night and still wake up with high blood sugars but have wondered if it’s because I don’t eat close enough to bed.. a lot of times it’s 4-5 hours before I go to bed that I eat. My Dr is stumped

    • Jessica Parent says:

      Lol- I must not be convinced it negatively affects me to drink coffee almost right up till bedtime 😉 I do not typically snack an hour before bed but know I push the 2 hr rule (usually cereal)

    • wendy c g says:

      Wow, never thought of that. That is great to know.

    • Virginia Rogers says:

      Very neat to know am guilty I do avoid milk products due to lactose issues but am definitely a before bed snacker. 🙂

  6. Jessica Fisk says:

    I rarely dream. Not sure why maybe because I have insomnia and hardly get any sleep.

    • kaen hinkle says:

      great information but it makes scents to me I will try this I know acid reflux is a bad one for me and we to eat later then we should but go to bed late to but I will try this to see if it will help

      • kaen hinkle says:

        I have this dream all the time about loosing my teeth I am terrified of this so I make sure i see my dentist every 6 mos

  7. CoffeeTime says:

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    SOME FUN FACTS –> Sleeping Position Affects Your Dreams

    Researchers found that while sleeping on your stomach, a person had racy, sexy dreams. Their hypothesis is that it is being affected by the Breathing Pattern we have when we lie on our stomach.

    Obviously, if you wish to stop such dreams, feel free to roll on your back!

    Check out our more detailed discussion on the Benefits of Sleep Here.

    sleeping on stomach

    • Amanda Alvarado says:

      Ah man! I can’t stand sleeping on my stomach but I’d love to have some racy dreams! 😉

    • Jennifer Hiles says:

      I could never sleep on my stomach (it hurts my breast too much! lol). I’m a fetal position sleeper 🙂

    • Hum..interesting…

      • kaen hinkle says:

        I love to sleep on my side or try to sleep on my back but I am a picky sleeper I need pillows and have to sleep with pillow between my legs one under my arm and behind me I need to have the support

    • thia Beniash says:

      i was always a belly sleeper until i got pregnant and couldn’t do that anymore. ever since i have been a side sleeper.

    • I can only sleep on my tummy. Usually when I have trouble sleeping that’s the easiest way to fix it. I try not to as it affects my milk supply though. And I can’t confirm this fact as I don’t really remember them much as mentioned earlier.

    • I sleep on my side, so wonder how that effects dreams.

    • wendi watson says:

      if i start on my belly i stay on my belly but normally i love to go to my side and spoon with my hubby! He helps protect me from my bad dreams

    • Raye Wiedner says:

      I can’t say I usually sleep in any certain position. I’m a restless sleeper, so pretty much every position. I’ll have to start paying attention to what position I’m in when I wake up and compare my dreams lol.

    • Judy Gregory says:

      I usually sleep on my side but, if it gets cold I’ll wake up o my stomach. I can’t sleep on my back or people 5 miles away complain about my snoring. Yeah, I had an apnea test but it was OK.

    • funny facts here! but normally sleep in the same position every night on my side #AmCoffee

    • Rebecca Swenor says:

      Okay one I have to say that was a good one Laura saying if you choose. lol This is great info though I did not know. 🙂

    • Cynthia Dubuque says:

      This makes me wish I was able to sleep on my stomach lol

    • Jessica Parent says:

      Is that why my dreams (when I have them) are so naughty??? LOL Tummy sleeper all the way!!!!

    • wendy c g says:

      I never been able sleep on my stomach, rarely I sleep on my back. I’m a side sleeper.

    • Virginia Rogers says:

      Not sure what means but am a side sleeper? 🙂

  8. CoffeeTime says:

    Here’s a break for you.
    Go to this post with Japanese Wedding Dresses and tell me which Top 2 you like, please.

    japanese wedding dress

    • Jessica Fisk says:

      I love the #8 Purple & Blue special dyeing technique dress. #10 Red & Black is pretty also. It looks like a Southern dress.

    • Amanda Alvarado says:

      I like 7 & 8- the two purple ones!

    • Jennifer Hiles says:

      What beautifully unique dresses these are! I can’t imagine what if feels like to wear one! My two favorites are the Blue Tuhle and Lace Japanese Wedding Dress and the wedding dress designed by Yumi Katsura.

    • 3 and 8 would be my pick also loving that lavender

    • thia Beniash says:

      ok i have to be honest. while i like the colors of the dresses they are tooooo fru fru for me. the pretties is the ivory one.

      • kaen hinkle says:

        I to love both the purple ones I love purple so I guess that what draws me to them but they were all beautiful

    • After seeing these, dreams will def be sweet… The Victorian style one by Kekkon Junbi (I wore a Victorian inspired dress at mine only it was white 🙂 ) is my favorite and my second: Blue Tuhle and Lace except not the color. Maybe in ivory or champagne…

    • wendi watson says:

      i love the second to last and the light blue one they are so gorgeous (the pink and like tan reminds me of a southern bell that would be 3rd on my list!)

    • They look like prom dresses. They look like they would be very uncomfortable to wear. If I remember correctly. In Japan white is considered the color of death. Old customs was to get married in red.

    • I like the two purple dresses, beautiful #AmCoffee

    • Raye Wiedner says:

      I guess my two favorites would be the golden one and the blue with special dye techniques. I agree that they look like prom dresses. They’re all a bit too frou frou for my taste, but they’re lovely to look at just the same.

    • Rebecca Swenor says:

      I love the Blue Tuhle and Lace Japanese Wedding Dress and the one designed by Yumi Katsura, has flowers bloomed into every ruffle.

    • Cynthia Dubuque says:

      I love the purple pleated one that looks almost like an orchid and the 2nd one (blue tuhle and lace)

    • Jessica Parent says:

      Thule Japanese Wedding Dress (#1) is my fav!! #3 is my second favorite Designer Oshikiri Moe (followed very closely by #8 Yumi Katsura )

    • wendy c g says:

      The pleated with special dye is gorgeous, love the lavender one to. So creative.

    • Virginia Rogers says:

      #1 – Designer Oshikiri Moe #2 The lavish, lavender they are all beautiful styles. Have never been married 🙂

  9. CoffeeTime says:

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    Vitamin B6 and its Affects on our Dreaming

    Here’s what Dr. Barrett says “B6 is the co-factor our body uses to turn some of the amino acids we eat into the neurotransmitters that affect our dreaming.”

    Obviously, if yo want to stop vivid dreams, you have to stop supplementation. “But if you’re looking to encourage dreaming, stay within the recommended amount of B6 daily—too much could cause nerve damage or numbness over time. ”
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    Photo: Thinkstock

  10. CoffeeTime says:

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    SMOKING Withdrawal Could Enhance Your Dreaming Process

    What happens is that brain’s activities are enhanced with smoke cessation. As a result people dream more profusely. These neurons will eventually calm down, and dreaming will go down to your normal level. In addition, you’ll get more health benefits with witting smoking.
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  11. CoffeeTime says:

    amcoffee
    GOING TO BED HUNGRY

    If you did not have a good dinner or a healthy snack, you are going to be hungry when you sleep.

    Low blood sugar levels will stir up some dreams of food, probably, and eventually will wake you up.

    It is not a good idea to be hungry. Eat a good dinner and have a healthy, low glycemic, snack 1-2 hours before bed.

    Foods with Tryptophan, the amino acid found in turkey, bananas could contribute to your sound sleep as well.
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    • I know this is true. I have going to bed hungry I just dont sleep well and I do find myself dreaming about food and waking up in the middle of the night

      • kaen hinkle says:

        wow so if I need a snack I will try the banana but I hardly go to bed hungry this is great information

    • thia Beniash says:

      i did not know bananas help with sleep. i just found my new bed time snack. wooohoo

    • Happens too often… I was thinking no snacks before bed, now I’m thinking yes… (sigh)

    • Amanda Alvarado says:

      I don’t remember dreaming about food on those rare nights I go to bed without eating dinner! Then again I don’t usually remember them anyways! 🙂

    • wendi watson says:

      i lovve bananas and i will for sure make sure i have them around I actually know they are very good for your heart as well!

    • Jennifer Hiles says:

      I do that often too. I’ll think it’s too late to have dinner so I skip it and eat something small. I end up lying there for 2 hours while my tummy grumbles and yells at me. Finally, I have to get up and eat something. Not a good method!

    • I usually try to stop eating around 9 pm.

    • Again, very interesting how our bodies, react to things eat, drink, smoke, #AmCoffee

    • Rebecca Swenor says:

      Now this part about the turkey I know about. Such good info today. 🙂

    • Cynthia Dubuque says:

      I try to eat a healthy, well-balanced dinner and then a light snack a bit before bed.

    • Raye Wiedner says:

      good to know about bananas…….I eat them for the potassium, they keep away leg cramps and help with my restless leg syndrome

    • Jessica Parent says:

      Lol- Ive gone to bed hungry and woken up starving at 4 am on more than one occasion !!!! I did once have a dream I was stuffing myself at this huge banquet and actually woke up full…such a good dream I could taste and smell the food….feel it filling my belly 😀 I wish I could will my dreams to be what I wanted-would be a great diet secret if I could dream the banquet dream every night 😉

    • wendy c g says:

      I think I will start having a banana as a snack in the evening.

    • Virginia Rogers says:

      I do know this I definitely cannot go to bed hungry, my stomach won’t let me, just need to work on healthier 🙂

  12. CoffeeTime says:

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    PREGNANCY & POSTPARTUM PERIOD

    Both affect woman’s ability to dream profusely! Dreams could be disturbing or pleasant.

    It happens due to huge hormonal changes, lack of sleep, emotions and anxiety levels we are all going through during pregnancy and after the baby is born.

    We’ll just live through it. Nothing to worry about. It is part of our lives before and after the baby.

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    Photo: Thinkstock

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    Good morning loves! Hope it’s a beautiful day where you are!!

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