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I no longer buy shoes off the rack. They are made for me in Bombay. My leather travel carry on was made to my specifications by a shop in Colaba. Now we all know that diamonds are expensive right? But why do they cost so much? After all’s said and done they are just a form of carbon, a metastable allotrope of carbon to be more precise, which is a pretty common element on our beautiful planet. These sparkly lumps of rock that we value so much are formed in the Earth’s crust when material containing carbon is exposed to high pressure at a relatively low temperature in the lithospheric mantle or are found where a meteorite has struck. The diamonds formed in the mantle are forced up to the surface by volcanic eruptions originating deep within the Earth’s crust, forming small craters on the surface with volcanic pipes leading downward that contain the diamond bearing rock..

Insomnia is chronic when a person has sleep trouble at least 3 nights a week for a month or longer. Insomnia can last for years if you don’t treat the cause. Of acute insomnia can include:. It’s the words themselves I now wish for in the approach of Christmas, a season that leads me to dream of books under the tree. Priestley. It would be nice, too, to tear open the wrapping and find two recent anthologies of New Yorker writing from the 1950s and 1960s, each under the series title, “The Story of a Decade.” I read The New Yorker’s anthology of 1940s stuff last year and found it a treat..

Honorary membership of the Fridley Historical Society. At home, she found joy in reading prolifically, engaging in various kinds of needlework, painting, gardening, writing short stories and poems, and visiting with the many people she loved and who loved her. She will be greatly missed.

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