What I Brought Back From Jordan

I have talked about the kinds of things I like to bring back from trips. As usual, I brought back rocks from the Dead Sea. I am obsessed with the black one. It was hidden in the mud and I saw the white stripe poking out and I couldn’t resist.

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This is one of the best hand scrubs I have ever used! It smells amazing and if you rub it on your hands for more than 10 minutes, you will feel an amazing difference in your skin!

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After how my skin reacted to the Dead Sea mud, I just had to bring some home with me. I made sure tha I bought the really good stuff. Unlike the mud that is currently in the Dead Sea, this mud is lighter and smells mic better!

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I fell in love with this pot vase the minute I saw it. It is made of dried Dead Sea mud. My mom bought a beautiful flower pot too. Instead of packing these, my mom carried them on the plane in her purse!

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These bottles of sand were actually gifts from some of the people we worked with. We display the,min our office!

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