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My bucket list:

  1. California
  2. Hawaii
  3. Egypt
  4. Europe; Germany, Holland, Switzerland
  5. England; Brighton Beach, Royal Pavilion, London

I've been to Hawaii six times, lived in California for 35 years, been to England three times. I still haven't been to Egypt and unfortunately with all of the problems going on overseas, I don't think that I'll get there in this life.

The ancient Egyptians worshipped more than 1,000 different gods and goddesses. A god was often shown as an animal, or as half-human half-animal.

Anubis was in charge of preparing bodies to be mummified.  He has the body of a man and the head of a jackal.

As god of the dead, Osiris was in charge of the underworld. Osiris had green skin.

Horus was the god of the sky.  He had the body of a man and the head of a falcon.

Isis is the Egyptian Goddess of motherhood, magic, and fertility. She was also known as the protector of the dead and goddess of children. She was seen as the ideal wife and mother. She was also Horus’ mother.

Set is the god of darkness and chaos. He used to fight with Horus.

A Pharaoh called Amenhotep IV changed his name to Akhenaten after the sun god Aten.

GWH SSDLOT Just Blend It -- I used two of the templates and did some rearranging

GWH Just Beachy Collection -- Papers

COL Egypt Collection -- Ankh, Staffs

GGD Lulu Blue -- Butterfly

VRA Egypt Digital Stickers -- Lotus Blossoms, Birdman, Egyptian Woman

 


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I like the two statues you have facing each other Carol. They look like they are high fiving each other😃 Your layouts often make me smile with your signature butterfly. I find myself hunting them out on your layouts😄

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Egypt would be a wonderful place to see, but I know what you mean about problems. Maybe you'll get there anyway.

I love all the Egyptian photos and symbols on your page. We don't have to look to hard on this layout to find your signature butterfly. :D 

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I have always found archaeology about the pyramids interesting.  Great page to share your wish to see Egypt.  

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