30 março 2017

Mais um ano já está indo embora... Como assim?

Meus amigos e minhas amigas! 2017 já está indo!
Um quarto deste ano já foi, são 12 meses do ano, 3 MESES JÁ FORAM!!

Já estamos entrando em ABRIL!!!
E o tempo cruel, não dá pause, assusta pensar que em um piscar de olhos, já estaremos aí no meio do ano, avançando já para os meses finais!

Por isso, não se esqueça! Não perca tempo com besteiras, procure aproveitar mais a vida.
O melhor da vida é viver!

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