- March 11 -

Dream Day

Every success begins with a dream, so dream big and celebrate the power of your imagination on Dream Day.  Catch some snooze whenever you can and escape into the magical world. And if you can't catch sleep, just dare to dream with open...

Dream Day

Every success begins with a dream, so dream big and celebrate the power of your imagination on Dream Day.
Catch some snooze whenever you can and escape into the magical world. And if you can't catch sleep, just dare to dream with open eyes!
Source:
http://dreamschoolforum.blogspot.hu/2006/03/dream-day-march-11.html

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