However it's only free for females in costume before 11pm (side eye). I google mapped it, and the place seems nice.
Atlanta, GA 30327
awww Tricker treaters are here, bye!
...accessories, evening clutches and larger day bags, which are studded or fringed for the jet-set lifestyle. Belts are studded and wide, or long enough for a triple wrap. Choker necklaces, bracelets, cuffs and earrings echo the shoes perfectly.
...Arriving in around 200 stores worldwide, soon all will be able to experience the passion for Jimmy Choo at H&M.
When Jimmy Choo’s exclusive collaboration with H&M lands in stores on Saturday 14th November, a glimpse of the brand’s glamorous world will be available to all.
The risk that any marriage will end in divorce is about 45 percent according to David Popenoe, a professor of sociology emeritus at Rutgers University. The chances fall to about 40 percent for first marriages and decline further for college-educated couples, people from intact families and couples who share the same religion.see... so if you are college educated, or have the same religion, or from an intact family (whatever their definition of intact is) and it is your first marriage, you chances of divorce are lower than 40% & hopefully these 4 tips will reduce it even more :)
definition: abundance of money, property, and other material goods; riches; wealth.
I had 2 friends over, one regular one and one Indian one…I learned a lot about the Indian culture…if you didn’t know I guess Indians are like hindus... I know it’s not the right path, so hopefully Sara changes her mind.
After Sara introduces herself
Molly: She’s Indian, it’s like an African country in Asia
Molly: Do you consider yourself Asian or African?
Sara: Asian of course
Molly: Cause you look African, but your Asian
Sara: I’m not African, I’m Asian
Rachael: but why are you so dark then…
Sara: Because I am Asian!!
Molly: but… why aren’t your eyes pointy…or slanted??
…..I know you can be what you want, but it’s not what you look like
"I'm not a racist. I just don't believe in mixing the races that way," Bardwell told the Associated Press on Thursday. "I have piles and piles of black friends. They come to my home, I marry them, they use my bathroom. I treat them just like everyone else."
Most times when you want to know what someone is, I've learned it is safe to ask:
"What's your ethnicity" or "what's your nationality"
instead of What are you? or Where are you from?.... because you dont look....