Amal Clooney Glitters in Green During Date Night With George Clooney

George Clooney, Amal ClooneyMom and dad are out on the town.
It seems George Clooney and Amal Clooney had another date night in Lake Como. According to recent snaps of the new parents to twins, the Oscar winner and…

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All That Glitters

All That Glitters

All That Glitters: Paperback: Schiffer Publishing Ltd: 9780764308505: 09 Aug 1999: This appealing and stylish book presents the trends and influences that surrounded costume jewelry from the 1920s through 1960s. It includes a short history of jewelry persay, evolution of costume jewelry, important companies, a glimpse at the industry, and hints on testing real versus costume jewelry.

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Michelle Obama Glitters in Gold at Congressional Black Caucus Awards Dinner

Barack Obama, Michelle ObamaMichelle Obama’s latest look has earned her a gold star.
The Princeton- and Harvard-educated attorney attended the Congressional Black Caucus Awards dinner with President Barack Obama…

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All That Glitters

All That Glitters

Jade had dreamed of being a wealthy wife one day and she had done whatever she had to do to make that dream come true. She had married one of the wealthiest, most famous physicians in the world. She had a house that could be described as nothing less than a mansion, and an endless supply of money to buy all the designer clothes that she desired. Jade’s best friend, Sandi, had married just as well as she, and the two of them had always done everything together and being married didn’t end their fun. It was only a matter of time, however, until the two young brides would find more trouble than they had planned. Excerpt: The view from the balcony window was breathtaking. As a young girl, Jade had often driven through this most prestigious area of the city known as Trappe Hill and wondered what it would be like to live there. The houses were beautiful. They had all been built in the 1920s when lavish parties were commonplace among the well-to-do. As a little girl, Jade had often pretended to be rich and married to a doctor or a businessman. She and her girlfriends would dress up in their mothers’ best dresses and high heels, paint their faces with much too much makeup, and then strut around their tiny houses and daydream. “Well, I’m not dreaming any longer,” Jade said smugly, as she twirled around the soon-to-be library. The two men held out their arms. “May I hold a beautiful lady?” one of the men asked Sandi. “Sandi, no,” Jade said. “It’s just a dance,” Sandi protested. She went to the man and held him tighter than even she had thought she would. “Well, let’s not let them have all the fun,” the other man said to Jade. Jade reluctantly went to the man and let him hold her while they danced. She enjoyed the man’s strong arms around her. He smelled like some kind of woodsy cologne, manly, and his arms around her felt manly, too. Joshua motioned to the sofa, and Jade sat down next to him. Joshua set their beers down and then he

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