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Oracle Stone Tile, Oracle Marble Split-Faced Mosaic Tile

Our Botticino is a neutral cream-colored marble suitable for any decor. Made from the highest quality, premium Turkish Botticino Marble. Strictly selected; consistent in color, sizing and finish. Suitable for commercial and residential projects. Interior as well as exterior surface covering applications. Meets your needs at a very low cost. Item originally retails for 3.99/sq. ft. Yours is only 2.99/sq. ft.

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I was cu ious if you

I was cu ious if you ever thought f chang ng the page lauyot f your site?Its very well written; love what y uve got to ay.But maybe you coul a little mor in the w y of content s p ople couldconn ct w th it better. Y uve got an awful lot of t xt for only h ving 1 r two p ctures.Maybe ou could sp ce it out bett r? by Battogtoh posted on Sunday, December 01, 2013

im starting out in t

im starting out in that dieictron, but i'll make sure to put paper ones on for when people watch him during group haha! i may crash and burn with this one but the technology is so better and the company i'm using picks them up every week and washes them for you. i dont think i'd be up for washing them! by Ronald posted on Sunday, December 01, 2013

Congratulations, it'

Congratulations, it's always awseome to hear of such things. :-DI've just discovered this website and I'm lovin' those happy poo items!I also really like the foods with bites taken out of them, they're so funny looking. by Chandra posted on Sunday, December 01, 2013

Wow - that's quite a

Wow - that's quite a list... but I love em all! It's good to know what we want in life and strive for it, but at the same time we need to be garcious to ourselves while we are one our way - falling and getting up - to accomplish our goals. And don't forget to enjoy the road towards it, which is a challenge for me, a goalgetter. May God bless you with all you need!!! by Ichal posted on Sunday, December 01, 2013

Hi Linda catching

Hi Linda catching up with all I misesd of your travels and visits whilst I was in Calif. Loved the Swiss pics, those little boys are growing like bean sprouts! Your daughter-in-law has some great decor going on there!Hope all is well with you and Maurice. Bet you are enjoying Paris now the weather is heading toward Autumn. We survived Hurricane Irene with just tree debris in the garden, and a partial day sans power when a neighbor's tree fell and took out the lines and transformer !Hugs Mary by Donnie posted on Sunday, December 01, 2013

I took care of some

I took care of some unfinished bussiens in November by completing the Tyranena Half Marathon a race that had been haunting me for five years!a0 I also shared my idea for mailing a hug care package to loved ones, showed off my love of mixing stripes and colors, and our colorful Christmas tree.a0 November also kicked off my first Month in Review photo recap, and my super exciting partnership with The Tile Shop for our DIY kitchen backsplash project! by Sven posted on Sunday, December 01, 2013

that would give my k

that would give my kitchen some pops of color.a0 Adding color (huh?) and aoccsseries (who?) to my typically bare kitchen is a totally foreign concept to me, but luckily Megan and Brian are pros at this sort of thing.a0 by Alexander posted on Sunday, December 01, 2013

That all looks very

That all looks very high tech. I'm glad they fixed up the station rheatr than leaving it with hanging wires. Automated and no drivers you're right. There should have been a strike of some kind. by Bolaji posted on Sunday, December 01, 2013

Amen Craig!2 Cor 3:7

Amen Craig!2 Cor 3:7 But if the ministry of death, hviang been engraved in letters in stone was with glory (so that the sons of Israel could not steadfastly behold the face of Moses because of the glory of his face), which was being done away; 8 shall not the ministry of the Spirit be with more glory? 9 For if the ministry of condemnation is glorious, much more does the ministry of righteousness exceed in glory.We are under the New Covenant if ever increasing glory!!In GraceAndre van der Merwewww.NewCovenantGrace.com by Kwang posted on Sunday, December 01, 2013

The reputation of th

The reputation of the Getty is that it is a percfet reflection of Los Angeles (and Angelinos) beautiful on the outside, empty on the inside.I like like the Getty, but almost more for the destination than its contents. I love that little cafe' too.I was sorry to miss your San Diego posts I have been downtown on jury duty and would have loved to have a chance to buy you a coffee and say hi! by Salsa posted on Monday, December 02, 2013

Als ik zo je overzic

Als ik zo je overzicht zie, word ik haast jaelros!Een gaaf huis in deventer (waar ik zo graag zou willen wonen), afgestudeerd, een nieuwe liefde, veel creativiteit, veel vriendinnen en gaaf vrijwilligerswerk. Dat je zo veel, vaak en hard moet werken benijd ik dan weer niet, alhoewel ik me wel eens lui voel vergeleken bij jou.Maar het is je allemaal van harte gegund en ik wens je dan ook een heel liefdevol, gezond, gelukkig en creatief 2010 toe! by Jen posted on Tuesday, December 03, 2013

I love the Getty h

I love the Getty have only been to the new location once but more as a place to walk aournd and gawk than as a place to see art. (Though I recall there is a pretty cool James Ensor and of course I'm curious about him because of TMBG.) Isn't the building pretty cool, too? I'm trying to remember by Yoko posted on Tuesday, December 03, 2013

How on earth did you

How on earth did you get a hold of my list (that I've only written in my head!)?Really thguoh, the differences are so minor. I do want to ballroom dance, create beautiful gardens, enjoy my children, livein the moment, write, publish . . . It's a beautiful list, and I wish you the time it takes to manage it all.(((hugs))) by Swarnendu posted on Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Hi, Jonesport, I've

Hi, Jonesport, I've considered aatdping some of my books for younger readers, but I've found people of all ages can get something out of them as they're written now. It's OK if stuff goes over some reader's heads. I'm not naturally cut out for writing to a targeted age group. I've met so many 4 and 5 year olds who are dino experts that I've thrown out any assumption about what people of different ages are capable of or interested in. by Johana posted on Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Isn't somehow heflup

Isn't somehow heflupl to see it all in one place :) Personally, I think that if you focus on that last one, He'll see to it that you accomplish the important things He wants you to ... and He'll probably surprise you in the process! :)Visiting from SITS :) by Margeta posted on Tuesday, December 03, 2013

I work with pre-scho

I work with pre-schoolers who LOVE books about dinosaurs...have you thgouht of creating Dinotopia books of a level for pre-readers? I have shown my students Dinotopia but the books are a little bit too much for this age group (3-6 years)...I admire your work. Perhaps a series of ten books? I believe they would inspire millions of readers. by Bernhard posted on Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Hi Joakim " our phot

Hi Joakim " our photographs are free and you can use them for any of your prjtecos on the web. You are allowed to copy, distribute, and adapt our images. DO NOT use our photos in a stand alone manner and DO NOT sell our photos. Good luck with your prjtecos! by Domy posted on Saturday, September 26, 2015

oh, this looks so go

oh, this looks so good! i love new and fresh in the bathroom...we re-did both of ours over the last 4years...and now we have sold our house! the reatnl we are in has great bathrooms, so i don't feel so bad! by Jaa posted on Saturday, September 26, 2015

@Tom, @Jennifer and

@Tom, @Jennifer and all others :) I pelnosarly would love to see more of eco-friendly green recycle sustainable healthy vegan pics Thanks guys, you rock!) make sure to write to us and let us know! by Jason posted on Saturday, September 26, 2015

Thanks Jason! Hope y

Thanks Jason! Hope you have fun using our free stock images for your blog. Clicking on ads helps us keep the litghs on, so we appreciate it. Glad to know bloggers are using our pics enjoy and pass the word around! by Res posted on Saturday, September 26, 2015

Lucy,Most people use

Lucy,Most people use a white or light creme color with the seatnliss steel products. The contrast really makes the individual tiles pop .Please let me know if you have any other questions!Thanks,Debra S. by Arifin posted on Saturday, September 26, 2015

I find that hardwood

I find that hardwood fioorlng can be too easily stained in the bathroom, mostly because of the tub and shower. Laminated is a great option for the same look, but less worry. by Mercedes posted on Saturday, September 26, 2015

this looks wonderful

this looks wonderful, as awylas, i am sure there is a deep philosphical thinking moving in this work; am waiting to hear what you say--since last time you blew me away with the ideas of permanence and flowers, cycles. Have a sense there is a similiar theme, somewhat... hmmm...love the lotus image, its symbol, great work.. .how is it to imagine the depth and the long underwater sense of these pieces while you hold them? by Waleska posted on Saturday, September 26, 2015

Se5 fint det blir !!

Se5 fint det blir !!!!Ser fram emot det fe4rdiga verket. Kommer du ha samma bankurgd pe5 allt eller skall cementen me5las/fe4rgas in? Svart kanske? Ble5tt kanske, eller bara gre5tt?Ser fram emot att fe5 se verket klart!He4lsningarSelma by Ivo posted on Saturday, September 26, 2015

Japp - vad kul att d

Japp - vad kul att du bf6rjar med det de flesta se4tter sist: sietunargn.Det ser riktigt riktigt riktigt fint ut. Jag e4lrskar din water lilies. Skall bli spe4nannde att se det fe4rdigt och pe5 plats! by Akbar posted on Saturday, September 26, 2015

I will write in port

I will write in portuguese, bsecuae my english is terrible! Sorry =DAdorei a sua ide9ia de resumir os momentos de 2009 em fotos. Lindas fotografias e fico feliz que muita coisa tenha dado certo em sua vida!Que 2010 seja melhor ainda so happy new year! by Bhavana posted on Saturday, September 26, 2015

YES Karen!!! Thank

YES Karen!!! Thank you so much for being a great example of liinvg your making. I am inspired and encouraged. And yes, the color blue and the music vibrations are so peace-full and serene. Ashe'-O & YES!!! by Diallo posted on Saturday, September 26, 2015

Sandi, your post bro

Sandi, your post brought a smile, and thugoht .remembering my crafty gals .one, in particular.She, has such an array of projects. We were visiting one day, she has a craft room to die for. But this galpal, doesn't seem to finish projects, another friend piped up you have Start I Tis.Talk about howling. laughing was the understatement.But your garden is a work in progress .and what a progress it is to me by RLobato posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

LOVE that table! So

LOVE that table! So cool! Thanks for your comment about Indy! Yeah, my son's oeesssbd with the game. First it was the Star Wars Lego video games and now the Lego Indiana Jones! Of course, that's when I can get on the computer when he's playing the video game, and to be quite honest, we're both at it WAY too much! Bad mommy! LOL!Cheers,Deb by Farid posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

I agree, travel and

I agree, travel and nrutae have to be the most inspiring things in the World! Not only for the obvious exposure to different experiences and culture but also for the fact that when you are on holiday or at one with nrutae' you are more relaxed and your mind is more open to being creative. Whenever I'm having a non-creative moment I step away from the computer and get outside! by Fabio posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

I was surprised to s

I was surprised to see Buttered Popcorn ice cream weittrn on the blackboard of the Michael's here in Grand Cayman, and delighted when I tried it. But the one dish that remains the most memorable taste sensation was the Bacon Maple Pecan ice cream unbelievable! by Priscilla posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

I have a set of frie

I have a set of friends who got a liltte boy when he was almost a year old as a foster child and then they adopted him a year later. He is now 3 years old and they are having increasing problems with him from severe temper tantrums to not sleeping at night, and everything in between. They have taken him to the doctor and he has been put on some heavy duty drugs and those don't work or make the behavior worse, so he's off of most of them. He has been diagnosed with ADHD, anxiety, and sesory problems to name a few things. They are trying everything they can think of to help their precious son. They feel like he has some undiagnosed problem and his mom is starting to think that he may have Asbergers. I was listening to a talk tonight by Temple Grandin and she briefly mentioned weighted blankets. It was like a light bulb went off for me, as I knew of someone who had one for their granddaughter. I looked up weighted blankets online tonight and read about them (and found your website). I truly feel like this would really help my friend's liltte boy. I would love to win a weighted blanket as a surprise for them, as they are now going on months of lack of sleep both for him and them as well. I truly feel that this blanket would be an answer to their prayers to help calm their son and so they all can get some sleep at night as they try to find the proper help and treatment for him as their financial resources are being drained as well. I hope that this deserving family will be considered and chosen as a winner of one of your weighted blankets so they can experience the gift/miracle of sleep for their son and also for them and a calmer son who has sometimes asked his mom to crush him with a tight hug. Thank you for your consideration in helping me to help this family. by Silvii posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

MY grandson REALLY R

MY grandson REALLY REALLY needs this bnlekat. He has struggled in public school for 4 years now. He is eight years old and has sensory problems and a severe anxiety disorder. Also a little ADD. Please help him as he needs this bnlekat for home. They finally got him one at school and it helps him so much on his breaks. Unfortunately, my daughter (his MOM) is going to school to become an OTA right now and she is out of money!! And I am out of work because of a disability. I really would love to win this for her and my grandson. I know it would be a real help to them both. Thank you. by Eugenio posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Ally, you're writing

Ally, you're writing from my heart again. A year ago I was runnreitg from China aimlessly shooting out resumes. I didn't know I'd be living here, be making a living as a freelance writer, be part of the Prodigal team, be ghostwriting for someone I'd only dreamed about talking to, be grant-writing for an organization I believe in, be part of a house church, etc. I could not have predicted any of this. I was expecting a comfortable job in a new city where I was struggling to find a church and get plugged in or maybe even full-time mission work in some foreign country. Funny how God works. Funny how fast God works.Katie by Ryan posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2015
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