36 Erste Walzer
Per il mio Vero Amore ❤❤❤❤
Have a Wonderful Day ❤❤
Russian Music 9
My neighbour is turning 60, 3 weeks before me. John, the tenant, said I was invited, but I declined. I am exhausted after this week's promise of huge legal victories and I slept for 3 hours in the afternoon. When I heard the rock music (and he drinks excessively) I was glad and ❤❤❤Reminded❤❤❤Of❤❤❤You,❤❤❤My❤❤❤Dazzling❤❤❤Emerald
Thank you for your attention ❤❤❤ and Your good taste, but I still feel drained. The reason I am still single is that I never found anyone with such a sweet face and character and subtle intelligence with whom I can also share my art treasures. I listened to my barely started composition and I thought that it was beautiful. There is a skip bin to fill. I will do it tomorrow. I will try to compose more and eat when I am ready. I will now have a coffee.
I think today's gem is Aquamarine, from the Beryl (Aluminum Oxide) family. which it shares with Emerald and Ruby (and Sapphire too?) The Rubinstein sounds familiar. Can't quite place it. Sounds even better than the Beatles next door. I prefer Colorado Beetles, which is what the Ukrainian Nazis (real descendant's of Hitler's allies) call the Russians because they need to stamp them out. These are the people that the US sponsored to overthrow the legitimately elected leader Yanukovich, because he had a gold plated toilet seat. In Odessa Ethnic Russian families in tents hid in the council building when the Nazis arrived in 2014. The Nazis set fire to it and clubbed those who jumped out the window to death with baseball bats. Putin is documenting the fact that Western Europe secretly sponsored Hitler to stamp out the Colorado Beetles. Nothing particularly new of course. Hermann von Salza, a fellow Teutonic Knight, and Napoleon also tried and failed. It is Rome that hates Orthodoxy and all Heresies including the Arian one, Islam. I think Russia should just chill about the oldest cathedral in the world in Turkey now being used as a Mosque.
WOW! So much talent in that room!
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