juliana, that first platinum one almost doesn't look like you. (Though it WAS the inspiration for one of my short haircuts, lo these many years ago.)
In my head, that's exactly what juliana looks like, that shot, and the one where I think she's on a swing, wearing a Union Jack shirt, are my mental pics of juliana.
You could stun a girl right out of her poorly constructed office chair with your stunningness.
Yep, so strikingly stunning.
I love you juliana for juliana, the heart, the words, the kindness. I was surprised, when I heard about your accident, that my concern over your face wasn't just for your pain, and for your own sake (because at this point, I really don't care what any of my Buffistas look like, y'all could look like Gollum (or Condi) and I would still think seeing any of you was the best thing, ever), but was concerned the world would suffer a major loss of beauty. It was funny to feel so shallow on behalf of someone else's face.
Got my age?
EDIT: Damn. Must type faster.
So. Since I finished the quilt from last year's class, I am totally allowed to sign up for a new class, right?
I will have to take pictures on NYE. I love my $40 dress. Plus, I intend to make my friend upset that he didn't buy it for his girlfriend when I told him to (of course, I'm secretly glad he didn't because now it's MINE MINE MINE, but he didn't believe that something that looked kinda bleah on the rack would look really good with some curves underneath it - which his girlfriend has, and would set off blue eyes-which she also has).
Oh, I'd say that's a yes, Betsy.
I can't believe I blinked and missed the end of the last thread.
Mr. Broom is too young to hit his age on post #26.
Betsy, hand me down my walking stick, wouldja?
t whaps Mr. Broom over the head with Cindy's walking stick
Hi. Here's hoping, Susan, that you can find a fun and accurate way to take your character outside the lines.(There has to be one. I'm just the wrong woman to ask.)