About 15 years ago I remember being on the subway and seeing something that shocked me: a woman got into the car at 57th Street and, affixed to each of her 10 fingernails, were highly sculpted, three-dimensional unicorns. All different. All really pronounced. At the time I just stared. What I didn’t know is that the image would continue to haunt me this long after. I wondered at the time whether this was some crazy new trend in nail art. Why yes, yes it was. Here is but the teensiest smattering of nail art paraphernalia. The first image is fascinating. Photos are from here, here, here and here.
Tuesday 07.19.16 at 8:36 pm
Posted on December 22, 2012 at 10:44 amHmm it looks like your site ate my first comment (it was super long) so I guess I’ll just sum it up what I submitted and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog. I too am an aspiring blog blogger but I’m still new to evnterhiyg. Do you have any tips and hints for novice blog writers? I’d certainly appreciate it.
Thursday 08.25.16 at 1:34 am
estÃ¡ claro que nos la meten por todos lados. Yo soy un pasota de los mÃ³viles, y ademÃ¡s no soy de los que escucha mÃºsica por la calle con cascos, pues no tengo necesidad de ir a la Ãºltima para nada porque me siento estafado.muy interesantes el artÃculo y los comentarios
Friday 09.16.16 at 4:27 am
Marshall, this isn’t based on any actual experience in NEYM programmed meetings on my part, but from what I’ve heard, many (though perhaps not all) of the pastoral meetings are quite liberal — pastoral in structure but liberal in theology. Not sure how that happens, but that’s what I heard.Though there very well may be some theologically conservative/Christocentric pastoral meetings as well, and your comments probably apply to them…
Saturday 12.24.16 at 4:18 pm
Hi Michelle – how lucky we are to be able to share in each others’ gardening joys from afar. I’ve enjoyed your garden for the last few months (and learnt so much from you too).