Here’s what being alive looks like…

Via elephant journal
on Aug 7, 2012
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6 Responses to “Here’s what being alive looks like…”

  1. CB says:

    Do it Waylon, just go to Maui and learn. There are places to stay. It is all that. Work from there for a few weeks.

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