Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Boo!, Aug 10, 2012.
I marvel at the epicness of my nieces! They know their uncle so well!
The tattoo is pretty, but your mom being so happy is beautiful.
Beware the power of the dark chocolate side.
I agree with this statement wholeheartedly.
Gorgeous! I love a good sky photo.
^ Would that be an example of a photo stored 'in the cloud'?
That's essentially what most of my portfolio is composed of, I'm trying to branch out at the moment and put to together some for submission to local art galleries etc
After years of being an amateur I want to try and make something more of it, but I'm broke so, no better equipment coming anytime soon to do so.
She just posted this on Facebook, she really is happy! The five roses are for each of my mom's five children.
Anybody who can smile that brightly and look that happy after having needles jammed into their skin for an extended length of time has my admiration.
More jewelry I made this weekend:
Are you guys fighting about who is the biggest rose?
TSQ, your mom's tattoo is beautiful. I know you said she got it to cover an old tattoo and the roses represent her children, is there any more significance to the tattoo? Why she chose this one? Just wondering, the Mexican Sugar Skull is a very interesting choice.
Naw, my sisters are too busy fighting about pretty much everything else in the universe, and I'm too busy being 3000 miles away, thank the lord.
I don't know why she chose it, and was actually surprised myself. In the past when she'd talked about getting the cover up she had mentioned a lot of things, but this never came up. I was expecting her to go with a turtle, which she'd talked about a lot in the past; she's Turtle Mountain Band Chippewa.
The key is a Pagan Nordic Key to Heaven, which she and I both wear on necklaces, and which is also incorporated, although in a more subtle way, into one of my tattoos.
Still alive. Here's a picture of me with my office knickknacks:
Love the knickknacks! Very eclectic. I like your style.
I miss having an office. I loved being able to display random shit like that.
Any grown adult who can still display a rubber duckie and do so with pride has my respect.
Man walks down the street wearing a duck like that, you know he's not afraid of anything.
Not just any rubber duckie; it's a tea-duckie:
I wanted to show this off so badly. This is my five year old niece, Gabby, watching "I Love Lucy," and absolutely loving it. She's watching the William Holden episode at the exact moment when Lucy's nose is set ablaze.
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