I'm sorry. They really work their way into our hearts! Watching them decline and holding onto hope only to have to say goodbye is one of the most painful things I have ever experienced. Sending you hugs.
Very pretty!!Thanks to Covid (and hurting my foot) even when I’m on ‘vacation’ (spending time with family not going anywhere or doing anything) I have plenty of time to play around doing my nails.
Thank you. This is gel polish and I have not noticed that the hand sanitizer is affecting the polish at all. I’m also much more careful to wash/brush under my nails when they get a little long. It stays on my nails pretty well though...I can often go more than 2 weeks and change it more because it is growing out and I’m tired of the same color.Very pretty!!
I (who never never wears nail polish) thought I could try doing my nails.
Then I had to get groceries and was the last person on this planet to know that hand gel destroys nail polish.
My mani lasted exactly 14 minutes.. Ugh
Nail envy!! Polish just doesn't last on me, neither does shellac and the likes (it just slides off my nails...) ... Gel is too much of a commitment.. So no polish it is, but I love to look at the pretty nails of PSThank you. This is gel polish and I have not noticed that the hand sanitizer is affecting the polish at all. I’m also much more careful to wash/brush under my nails when they get a little long. It stays on my nails pretty well though...I can often go more than 2 weeks and change it more because it is growing out and I’m tired of the same color.
That's so funny! We'll have to have a lunch when we are truly safe from COVID@Asscherhalo_lover I hope this doesn't creep you out but I had a dream about you last night! LOL. I have no clue why but I dreamt about you and while I do not remember the details we were in a pickle and we were helping each other to get out of said pickle. And we did it! Darn I wish I could remember details but man that was so funny because I never dreamed about a PSer before. And you rocked in my dream and I know you also rock in real life.
Rah rah for the bees! Lots of types of bees in my garden this year including bumblebees which nearly disappeared from my area. There is a good variety of helpful spiders too. I've got a black widow feasting on earwigs that would otherwise turn my pepper plants into twigs.Saw a little Bee in my plants today: and that was a BIG joy for me. Please. PLEASE, carry on Bee Families, goodness knows you are needed.
And Spiders too (on my deck) me LUVS you too.
in solidarity with Bees, etc--Sharon
Happy bees and less maintenance! Love this! We have raspberries, blueberries, lavender, sage, and oregano that the bees absolutely love too. So cool to see them enjoy the flowers and sit on leaves with water dropsI’ve decided to let the clover have it’s way in my yard. We‘ve have other house priorities and I was starting to feel like our yard was unkempt until I realized how many honey bees were hanging out in our clover yard! It really is like an oasis for them in a sea of chemically treated, perfectly manicured lawn spaces in our neighborhood. We have almost 2 acres so I may clean up the strip by the street and let the bees and clover have the rest.
We have a section that has to be regraded and I’ll seed it with a clover mix seed. I actually researched so I could convince hubby of the benefits. In addition to feeding honeybees Clover/grass lawns are drought tolerant, naturally choke out broadleaf weeds, the roots are deeper so stays green without watering, until the 50’s clover was the sign of a good lawn! There are lots of reasons to keep clover!Happy bees and less maintenance! Love this! We have raspberries, blueberries, lavender, sage, and oregano that the bees absolutely love too. So cool to see them enjoy the flowers and sit on leaves with water drops
I hope she responds soon and is able to do what you would like.I have almost ZERO people to talk to about this....so I'm posting here:
I've emailed a tattoo artist about covering my tattoo. I know this seems small, but I've included a lot of questions/info (including current pics) and am hopeful that she'll respond. I have looked at her art on Instagram and really like what I saw. I don't want to go to the shop because I'm not in a spot to put down the deposit for the work. I figure the email is the easiest way to communicate and am hoping she responds. I did FB message a different artist last year, but no response (and I wasn't sold on her insta pics)....
PEMDAS @missy this is my jam.216?
It can go a few ways here though.
My thought process is as follows.
So going from the above:
18 times 12 equals: