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Speaking of Love - positive and uplifting short stories and poems about Romance, Marriage and True Love.

- Speaking of Love -
positive and uplifting
short stories and poems about
Romance, Marriage and True Love.

If you're in love with love,
then join the club -
everyone who wants a brighter day and a brighter world belongs to the exact same club
and we're all looking for ways to make our hearts sing and our eyes shine.

LUCKY for us,
Speaking of Love
manages to do both.
Give yourself or
someone you care about
a real treat and read
Speaking of Love
now.
You deserve it.
You deserve to feel wonderful.
You deserve
to feel wonderful right now.

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Parenting Myself & My Spiritual Home - when you want unconditional love forever

 

Barbara Llewellyn BDA (NIDA)

Barbara Llewellyn

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7 Little Australians

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The Box

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Breathing Deeply CD - created & performed by Barbara Llewellyn

Breathing Deeply
is  the natural way to consistent
good  health
and happiness.

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Barbara Llewellyn - "The Box"

Judy, Barbara & Bubbly      Kissing Lee      The Box Vs No. 96 

The Wedding      The Final Photo

Judy Nunn (Vicki Stafford) and Barbara (Babs McArthur)

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Barbara, Paul Karo (Lee Whiteman), Anne-Louise Lambert (Trish Freeman)

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Roger Newcombe (Brian Colson),
 Ron Shand (Herb Evans from "Number 96")
and Barbara

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Clockwise:
 Lois Ramsey (Mrs. Hopkins), Don Barker (Johnny Masters),
 Fred Betts (Sir Henry Usher), Barbara Llewellyn (Babs McArthur),
Judy Nunn (Vicky Stafford), Edward Ogden (Mr Hopkins)

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