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Was green fashionable in the 18th century?

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All Things Georgian

As we haven’t written any fashion related posts for a while we thought it might be interesting to look at both clothing and paintings showing the vast array of colours worn in Georgian fashion, but, as our regular readers will be aware we got side-tracked when we realized that there were relatively few outfits and paintings of people wearing the colour green and we wondered why, so began to investigate!

We wondered whether it simply wasn’t a fashionable colour amongst the Georgians, but then, having looked at the way in which the colour is produced we soon realized that one possible explanation could be due to the process and the elements involved, thereby making the cost of it more expensive than to produce other dyes, in turn making it only available to the wealthy. There also appear to have been issues with achieving a bright and even colour. Green also seemed virtually…

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More Awards and a Dinner

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I really and truly appreciate all the honors, Beautiful People, and I sincerely have no idea what I am doing to deserve them! A while ago, adorable Lizzy from https://curlygirlabroad.wordpress.com nominated me first for one award, and then another one. I thank you so much, dear Lizzy! You are so totally cool!

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The first one is a Real Neat Blog Award. The rules are:

  1. Put the award logo on your blog.
  2. Answer 7 questions asked by the person who nominated you.
  3. Thank the people who nominated you, linking to their blogs.
  4. Nominate any number of bloggers you like, linking to their blogs.
  5. Let them know you nominated them (by commenting on their blog etc.)

Here are the questions and my answers:

  1. Where do most visits to your blog come from?  U.S., by far. Thank you, fellow Americans!
  2. What is your favourite sport?  To do – swimming, to watch…

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Thank You Very Much “JOIE DE VIVRE” Blog

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It is because of friends like you that my life and blogging journey has become joyful..Thank you for brightening my day with your sweetness and wonderfulness. 💖💖💖

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Değerli Arohii ( JOIE DE VIVRE) blog ile sanırım blog yazmaya başladığımızdan beri karşılıklı olarak takipteyiz.. O çok güzel ve hoş bir bloğa sahip.. Ve geçenlerde 14 Eylül 2016′ da bloğunun birinci ( 1st Blogiversary) yılını kutladı, hazırladığı çok hoş, eğlenceli ve naif bir post ile.. Onun yazısını okuduğumda gördüm ki benim için hoş bir sürpriz var.. Beni çok mutlu eden bu sürpriz ki; kendi hazırlamış olduğu yukarıda gördüğünüz sertifika.. 🙂 Bu post ile hem beni onurlandırmış olmasına çok teşekkür ediyorum hem de bloğunda bu güzellikleri yaratmak için emek harcamasını kutluyorum..

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I think, we in pursuit mutually with Dear Arohii (JOIE DE VIVRE) blog since we started writing blog.. She has very beautiful and a nice blog.. And recently, on 14 September 2016 she celebrated the first year of her blog (1st blogiversary) with prepared very pleasant and fun a cute post.. There’s…

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☘Gaeilge☘ The Irish Language☘ Basics -1

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Go raibh maith agat!
Now we know a bit of Irish !! How cool ❤

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Dia duit! Hello everyone!😊

Today, I wanted to talk a little bit about Irish and Ireland and teach you some new words and phrases☘


What language is spoken in Ireland?

English is the language that everyone living in Ireland speaks, but Irish is a second language to most of us living in Ireland.


When is Irish spoken?

Irish is spoken in some Irish primary and secondary schools (students aged 4->18).

Irish can be also spoken in Irish areas, where English isn’t spoken. We call these areas ‘Gaeltachts’


Why doesn’t everyone speak Irish in Ireland and why isn’t it used everywhere?

I guess Irish is a language that is slowly fading as English is a language people from all over the world can speak. There’s no other country on earth that speaks Irish. Some people go to English schools where everything is taught throughout English and they have an Irish…

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