Put lettuce leaves on top. Then spread the tuna flakes mixture on top of the lettuce. Make the same tuna sandwich with the rest of the bread.. Had the Samford Local Growers group over yesterday which was a lot of fun. About 13 adults including myself and three little ones. A lot of people in my little backyard, but they were very well behaved 🙂 The dogs were not happy about being shut in the carport but it worked well.
Matisyahu: In terms of the religious aspect, I tell them nobody knows the way. Yeah, there are teachers and people will tell you there is a way, this is like the Torah from God and these rules are from God, but I tell them that you have to decide in your life what real for you. I take the things I feel are enriching and meaningful and those are the things that I focus on.
And let not forget it Sonam 33rd birthday on Saturday (June 11), so to celebrate, check out her style portfolio as one of our leading ladies of fashion. Click on to see this birthday girl recent killer looks from street glam to high end couture including that lehenga style Cannes Film Festival 2018 gown. For her first red carpet appearance at Cannes 2018, Sonam wore a Swarovski crystal encrusted ivory Ralph and Russo tulle lehenga that resembled a gown with its breathtaking train.
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