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Forget little blog on the prairie: 10 Reasons Why You No Longer Need It

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I love that people tend to believe that they own some sort of magic. The truth is, we all hold small chunks of magic in our pockets. Some of it is our own and some is the magic of others.

So the fact is that our pockets hold a tiny bit of magic as well, but that magic is hidden. You can’t see it with your very eyes, but it’s close, and it’s always right around the corner.

I see small pieces of magic everywhere. I see them in my socks, in my car, in the corners of my desk, and in the corners of my books. You can’t see it, but you can feel it. It’s there, and its always right around the corner.

This is exactly what we want to be able to see and feel, and when a magic is near, we can feel it. The magic is there, and when our magic is near, we can feel it. The magic is in our pockets, but it is never there, and it is never in our pockets.

I live on the prairie, in a small town in South Dakota, and I can assure you that the magic is right around the corner. Its there, and it is always right around the corner.

I hope you can feel it, because you really want to. Its there, and it is always right around the corner.

I’m afraid that a lot of people don’t understand the prairie. It’s a state of mind, where we can be in a place we can’t be in anything else. It’s a place where even a light spell can make the air change, where the landscape shifts, where a child can run into a wall. It is a place where we can be where we aren’t, and when we’re there, we’re there.

It’s not something that just happens. It’s a part of who we are, and we have a responsibility to understand and respect and love our prairie. We have to know that we can be in the prairie, that we can run into the prairie, that we can get hurt in the prairie. We can fail. And we can get back. We can get back. We can get back. We can get back. We can get back.

Sometimes, for better or worse, we can stay in the prairie.

I was there when the prairie first came to the United States. I lived near the prairie and I went into the prairie all the time. It was a small town and I lived in the same house as the prairie. The prairie was a part of my life and I couldn’t get away from it, so I stayed in the prairie. I never had the idea that I was in the prairie somewhere, but I was.

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