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Trademark Homea"? Wine Bottle Umbrella - Black & Silver -75% (17)
Style and function unite in this uniquely designed Wine Bottle Umbrella from Trademark Home Collectiona"?. A full sized umbrella housed in a stylish, compact carrying case that appears to be a bottle of wine! When opened the umbrella features a design that corresponds to the bottle on one of the panels. Return the umbrella to the bottle for secure storage and no drip mess, perfect for traveling and carrying in a purse, bag or vehicle. Fashionably protect yourself from the elements with Wine Bottle Umbrella from Trademark Home Collectiona"?.
Wine Bottle Carrying Case Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 12 inches
Umbrella (Open) Dimensions: 38 x 38 x 23.5 inches
Strap in Handle for Hanging Bottle When Not in Use
Rarely, anymore, Do families sit around Discussing snow peas... What a shame, because as it turns out it's both informative and enjoyable. Julie, Jamie and I went home to my parents' for lunch. There we discussed the cleaning and preparation involved in cooking snow-pea leaves. I also shot video (this is a actually a still frame pulled from the footage) of my mom detailing all the immediate family we have who are, at furthest out, first-cousins. That conversation lasted significantly longer than I expected, with statements like: "My grandmother on my father's side, she had TWELVE children," and "My third-uncle on my father's side had, let me see... two girls and five sons." Gail came by to look after Jamie for a few hours while Julie went to her tango class and I went to have a meeting with an old film school classmate who works for Gameloft, which is cool. He just was one of the writers (story, dialogue, etc.) on the Avatar iPhone game. Which is really cool. After I got back, Aviva and Melanie were here hanging out with their mom and nephew, and Jamie had been apparently a bit unconsolable. This only came after a long stretch of being incredibly peaceful, but nevertheless was, at this point, rather loud. After eventually calming him down, and Gail and the twins leaving, I was still shaking a toucan-shaped rattle at my son when, in the act of standing, caught my shirt on the metal tray at the center of the champagne shag-rug and knocked half a glass of shiraz into the air, all over the back of my shirt, and yes, indeed, onto the aforementioned cream-tinted floor covering. At that moment, Julie walked up the stairs to the sight of me, holding a plastic rattle covered in alcohol, a pool of alcohol on the now-asunder coffee table, and Jamie with drops of red wine running down his forehead and staining the booties of his bright-white onesie. I spent an hour scrubbing the shag carpet with a carpet-cleaner that came with our carpet insurance (yes, we're not idiots—we were pregnant when we bought it and knew full-well the potential for white rug), and you know what? The stuff works. That, and an obsessive compulsive need to soak every strand that had red-wine streaking it. This is my life.Hippie Christmas 2007
In Madison the students move to their new apartments on August 14th and 15th, and they throw perfectly good stuff on the curb. Good gleaners can come away with quite a haul, but it takes some time to clean it all up. This is my 3rd Hippie Christmas haul and my first solo trip. Most of this is for Tina's new apartment. (Items not pictured: 3/4 gallon Tiki torch fuel and about 25 clothes hangers) One year later--most used stuff from 2007 haul: 2 down comforters, blue backpack, soft sided cooler, silver trashcan and wool blanket
Crowns photographer Michael Cunningham and author and journalist George Alexander have captured the marvelous trinity of black women, hair, and beauty salons in the glorious Queens: Portraits of Black Women and Their Fabulous Hair.Similar posts:
Angela Garner says that “The beauty salon is the one great thing we get to share as African American women. It’s therapeutic.” Tisch Sims says that wearing fantasy hair makes her feel “like a goddess, a queen.”
From the afro to the ponytail to dreadlocks to braids to relaxed hair to fantasy hair; from “good hair” to bad hair days, in this stunningly designed book black women from the United States, Africa, and London explore the fascination with hair and beauty that has long been a cherished part of African American culture.
In fifty gorgeous photographs accompanied by vivid, personal narratives, Queens, by turns moving and funny, is the ultimate all-occasion gift book, perfect for Christmas, Kwanzaa, Mother’s Day, and birthdays.
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