Diana K
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  • Toronto, Ontario
  • Canada
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Diana K received a gift from Amanda Hames
Apr 27, 2010
Diana K received a gift from Jessie Sacramento
Apr 18, 2010
Gordon L. Parrott and Diana K are now friends
Jul 6, 2009
Diana K updated their profile
Jul 5, 2009
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"Mustard and Relish on mine please"
Jul 5, 2009
Diana K and Irene Astronauts are now friends
Mar 19, 2009
Andy Ryan left a comment for Diana K
"I actually did hold onto the sponge but now I use it for wiping stuff."
Feb 10, 2009

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Relationship Status
Single
Looking For
networking
Political Beliefs
independent
Activities
Writer, holistic nutritionist, researcher
Interests
writing holistic health blogs for men (www,beyondviagranaturally.theholisticword.com) & women (www.amenopausalwoman.naturalhealthforboomers.com), reading, photography, travel
Favourite Music
mixed bag
Favourite TV Shows
Fringe, Lost, mysteries (especially English)
Favourite Movies
Whale Rider, Gosford Park, White Nights (and anything with Helen Mirren),
Favourite Books
anything by PD James, Peter Robinson, Ian Rankin and Ruth Rendell
About Me
I love using the Internet to communicate with people around the world. It makes me realize that we are 'Earthlings' first, and therefore subject to similar joys, longings, problems and feelings. We are not, as John Donne wrote in 1624, "an island", but have an innate need to reach out and touch, get to know and help one another. Groups like these bring diverse yet like-minded people together in a safe environment where we can meet new acquaintances and ‘budding’ friends 24/7.

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At 7:51am on February 10, 2009, Andy Ryan said…
I actually did hold onto the sponge but now I use it for wiping stuff.
At 10:37pm on January 30, 2009, Karen said…
Thanks Dianna. Sounds like you would enjoy geocaching with me, as I really like to wander down some unexplored wooded trail. There are lots of them pictures on my blog. If you haven't been there yet it's at www.georambling.blogspot.com
Karen
At 12:57am on January 24, 2009, Irene Astronauts said…
That is one incredible picture of the horse. I love it.
At 11:32am on January 17, 2009, Andy Ryan said…
You're right. it wasn't exactly the response I was expecting.
At 12:23pm on January 10, 2009, Andy Ryan said…
Thanks for reading my blogging and posting a comment. You have to follow the blog to see how the story unfolds.

Andy
At 10:16am on January 5, 2009, Karen said…
Thanks Diana. Glad you liked my photos. And yes, the paintings are mine also. I still have a lot to learn, but it's great fun.
Karen
At 6:50pm on January 4, 2009, Karen said…
Hope you had a look at my pictures. They are all my own.
At 6:07pm on January 4, 2009, Karen said…
Hi Diana. I'm with you. We are not an island, but may all be on one of our own, as we busily attempt to build bridges to reach one another.
Love your pictures. Are they yours or did you collect them online?
Karen
 
 
 

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