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hot yoga shoes – Hand created with and personalized with Love these Dance inspired lead/nickel free antiqued silver/zinc alloy Ballet Shoe dangle earrings measure approximately 7/8 inch (23mm) from bottom of ear wire and are Ready to Ship. ★☆★CHOOSE at checkout if you would like to include personalized genuine Swarovski birthstone crystals on these earrings shown in 3rd/4th photos (Turquoise/December is pictured)★☆★CHOOSE at checkout if you would like to upgrade to .925 sterling silver ear wires on these earrings. Ear wire metal choices shown in 5th photo.These Ballet earrings will arrive in a gift bag, ready to treat yourself or to give as a gift.View more Ballet inspired creations here:❤❤❤ ❤❤❤ ❤❤❤ ❤❤❤ ❤❤❤ ❤❤❤I created these adorable Ballet themed earrings by featuring antiqued silver/zinc alloy Ballet shoe pendants as a focal point. I finished these earrings off with 22 gauge silver plate french style ear wire. **4th photo shows all genuine Swarovski crystal birthstone choices, if chosen each earring will have an additional wire wrapped dangle with selected birthstone surrounded by two iridescent seed beads. View all Athletic inspired creations here to my shop here more earrings here Convo me if you have ideas for a unique piece or would like to order custom earrings or a pendant.***One Love*** Thank You for visiting my shop.~~~~~~I SHIP INTERNATIONALLY via USPS first class with customs form, if you would like insurance please contact me for price 🙂 The USPS recently raised international shipping fees substantially, the fee's listed below are based upon new rates, and if your package cost less to ship, I will issue a refund for the difference.Design, Photographs & Description ©Abundant Earth Works 2008-2018

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Half Moon Bay Art & Pumpkin Festival: 9 a.m.-5 p.m hot yoga shoes. Oct. 14-15. Huge pumpkins, pumpkin carving, fine art, live music, good, entertainment. Main Street between Mill and Spruce streets, Half Moon Bay. Free. or 650-726-9652. 38th annual Harvest Craft Faire:  9 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 14. Hand-crafted items made by more than 40 artisans.  Gourmet and garden shops, a DIY succulent garden and a beekeeping demo. Los Altos United Methodist Church, 655 Magdalena Ave. (at Foothill Expressway), Los Altos. Free. or 408-257-8640..

ArtWorlds, Mexico, Día de los Muertos: 4-7 p.m. Nov. 1. Family event featuring Día de los Muertos altars by local artists, music from Mariachi Tierra Linda, traditional Mexican cuisine. Community School of Music and Arts, Finn Center, 230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View hot yoga shoes. Free. or 650-917-6800, ext. 305. Stanford Law School: “Marshall.” 6 p.m. Oct. 10. Screening and panel discussion. Cubberley Auditorium, Stanford University, 485 Lasuen Mall, Stanford. Free, but space is limited. Register by emailing no later than Oct. 9..

It’s always interesting to see a big musical in a small space. Right now Altarena Playhouse, the 79-year-old Alameda venue that lays claim to being the oldest continually operating community theater in the Bay Area, is producing “Oklahoma!,” the first collaboration of the musical theater dream team of composer Richard Rodgers and lyricist and librettist Oscar Hammerstein II, who would go on to create such works as “South Pacific, “The King and I,” “Carousel” and “The Sound of Music.” hot yoga shoes.

Based on the 1930 play “Green Grow the Lilacs” by Lynn Riggs, this 1943 classic is set in 1906 among the farmers and cowboys living in the Native American Territory that wouldn’t become Oklahoma until later that same year. The Altarena production is performed in the round in the intimate space, the walls behind the audience painted to suggest blue skies and wide open fields in Tom Curtin’s set.  Directed by Megan McKinley Beaudreau, it’s a lively production with a lot of exuberant choreography by Kate McGinity that fits admirably on the small stage and doesn’t have to be too polished because it’s just a lot of country folk enjoying themselves hot yoga shoes.

If there’s one thing we know about Rodgers and Hammerstein it’s that they wrote ridiculously catchy songs. “Oklahoma!” is full of one delightfully upbeat ditty after another, including “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’,” “The Surrey with the Fringe on Top,” “Kansas City,” “I Cain’t Say No,” “People Will Say We’re in Love” and the toe-tapping title song, delivered with big ol’ smiles. The story is pretty upbeat as well, full of cute courting and gents’ shenanigans to try to win the women they love (or avoid getting stuck with the ones they don’t want). But it’s also downright disturbing at times, mostly when it comes to the sinister hired hand Jud (a glowering Wayne Roadie) whose obsession with the young woman who employs him keeps both her and us in near constant fear that he’s going to do something horrible to her hot yoga shoes.

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