Traditional Japanese hairstyles by NAOMI NO KIMONO ASOBI on Flickr
- Matsuba-choco; suitable for women of age 24/25
- Tsubushi shimada; age of 23/24 (still in use by modern geiko)
- Tojin mage; age of 18/19
- varation of Tsubushi shimada (still in use as well)
- Shimada; age of 18/19 (in use by modern geiko and brides)
- Okisa; age of 21/22
A single A4 print of this art piece is going to be exhibited and up for auction tonight only!
Get to The Colonel Fawcett on Randolph Street if you want to get a bid in and see some fabulous art.
All the money goes to a worthy cause, the Barnardo’s Charity!
You can find more info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/117591978448998/?ref=2
For going to her with too many problems, lol.
But yes my X-Ray is booked, I have my medication now (need to have a check up in 2-3 weeks). I do need to have another blood test (mmmm no) to test for celiac disease but I don’t think that is the problem tbh.
I’ve been told to try a variety of food eliminations and diets to see if I’m allergic to anything too. Giving up gluten completely will be a bitch.
I’ve developed this pain in the bottom left side of my back over the last week too, I didn’t mention it to the Dr though. We’ll see how that goes.
*Sigh* Wish my body would just sort itself out for goodness sake.
This is so amazing and adorable!
Really catchy too.
Depending on how things go in the second half of this year I’m thinking I may get one of those reminder wrist tattoos.
Trying to think of something that will mean something but not be boring or cheesy as shit.
I’m thinking, the phrase ‘Be Yourself’ but to make it more unique have a little bee instead of the word ‘Be’ buuut I think bees are cute in theory but they freak me out in reality (I don’t react too great to the stings).
What do you think? What are some cool reminder wrist tattoos you’ve seen?
This is easily one of the weirdest but most intriguing things I’ve ever seen.
And the few really nice ones only seem to work when there’s a full moon or something apparently.
I’m going to have to ring the surgery tomorrow and tell them I can’t make the appointment I just booked and hope there is another still available the same day with another doctor; hopefully there is.
I’m going with something rather delicate, in fact I’m going for 3 things but 2 of them are just follow ups from earlier appointments (I need anti-depressants and I need to be referred for a chest x ray) but I’m having problems with my digestive system again and would really like my gallbladder checked out.
When I told my mum and sis who I booked with they both responded with, ‘Oh God no, he’s a prick. He’ll rush you, won’t even consider given you meds, won’t even listen to you’. So yeah I need to re-book because I’ve got to be comfortable and given the time to talk about what’s up. Otherwise I’ll only end up walking away with a problem still unresolved and have to go back again.
I love free health care but man I do not like how uncaring it can make some of the doctors.