yay new icons!
My kitty has a boyfriend. ;-) He sits on the ledge outside the window while she sits on the other side of the glass and they meow and chirrup at each other -- it's ADORABLE!!! I've named him Lesimba. He's pretty friendly, and posed so nicely for me.
"Where'd Kanika go?"
And that would be the local coffeehouse -- yes, very blurry, but I like it that way! It looks impressionistic. The paintings on the walls are by a local artist -- they also have framed photographs by another local artist at the front. At the back you can see the famous green couch. ♥ so many memories!
here it is up close!
and with Ben on it. Eventually I hope to get him to relax in photos -- but hey, at least now he's letting me take them occasionally!
I loooooove my curves ♥ including my nipples! who like to make themselves seen. (my hair looks weird because it was raining just slightly)
and Ben does too, though he tends to fixate on certain ones. And I love those earrings and DO wear them all the freaking time. I need to get more of those beads!
I loved this one so much that I made it into an icon. And yes, my breasts glitter magically. Sadly that's the best photo I have of my makeup from that day... It was amazing, I felt like myself to the 80 millionth power. Cateye black lining with silver accents, purple on the lid, pale lime over the browbone and out to the sides, dark purple mascara, glitter on the cheeks. No foundation or lip-stuff, because that makes me feel like my face is dirty.
Ben gets this look a lot. (I retired my purpled quirky Angelina and iconified this photo for my 'eccentric' icon) And the dark purple band on my wrist says, "Love Your Body." (I bought one for me, one for Hannah, and one for Ashley) I've had only one person ask me what it said, but it's a cool story. I was at work and checked out this white-haired but very energetic man who asked what it said, I told him, and then he showed me a black band on his wrist that said, "EXCELLENCE" and I said something like, "that's awesome" and smiled (brilliant conversationalist, aren't I?) and he laughed a little self-consciously and said, "Do you think I look like I live for excellence?" (he was wearing a ratty old t-shirt and jeans, and his hair was messy) I looked him in the eye and said very seriously, "yes, I really think you do," and I meant it. He had a LIFE and a POWER about him that is so so so rare. He's the kind of person I want to befriend. I honestly felt like I was in the presence of a very wise person. He got kinda thoughtful and said thank you, then left. I felt energized just by that brief meeting.
I was sitting on VERY prickly ground, but it was worth it. The only way this photo could be improved would be if I was nude, and since I was in the middle of a playground, I decided not to go for that. Besides, those leaves are too damn prickly.
If you ever doubted that I am a dryad, here is your proof.