Gold Hoop Earrings With Name
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Gold Hoop Earrings With Name
- (Hoop Earring) A circular-shaped earring made from metal wire or tubing. Variations include the traditional shape as well as hoops with charms and other ornaments to be hung from the hoop.
- Earrings are jewelry attached to the ear through a piercing in the earlobe or some other external part of the ear (except in the case of clip earrings, which clip onto the lobe). Earrings are worn by both sexes.
- A general term for an earring that forms a rounded loop as it extends from the front of the earlobe to the back.
- coins made of gold
- amber: a deep yellow color; “an amber light illuminated the room”; “he admired the gold of her hair”
- A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color
- made from or covered with gold; “gold coins”; “the gold dome of the Capitol”; “the golden calf”; “gilded icons”
- A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies
- An alloy of this
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SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS IS IN SESSION – COME JOIN ME
YOUR A 80’s BABY IF….
1. You had a crush on one of the New Kids on the Block members.
2. You wanted to be on StarSearch.
3. You ever uttered the word "Radical!"
4. You wore jelly shoes and jelly bracelets
5. You thought "Ghostbusters" was by far the coolest movie
6. You remember watching shows like "Punky Brewster" , "Webster", "You Can’t Do That On Television" , "Wild&Crazy Kids" and "Double Dare"
7. You can remember what Michael Jackson looked like before his nose fell off. Or even when he had those freaky eyes in "Thriller" at the end of the video.
8. You wore a banana clip in your hair or one of those slap on wrist bands at some point during your youth.
9. You rolled up the bottoms of your splatter painted jeans.
10. You wore loafers with everything, and you put the laces in those little rolls.
11. You had slouch socks, and puff painted your own shirt at least once.
12. You owned a doll with ‘Xavier Roberts’ signed on it’s butt.
13. You knew what Willis was "talkin’ ’bout."
14. You know the profound meaning of "Wax on, Wax off."
15. You can name half of the members of the elite "Brat Pack."
16. You can remember watching Full House and Saved by the Bell for endless hours!
17. You have seen at least 10 episodes of Fraggle Rock.
18. You yearned to be a member of The Babysitters Club, and tried to start a club of your own.
19. You sat on your back porch, playing with your "My Little Pony" , "Rainbow Brite" , and "Strawberry Shortcake" dolls
20. You know that another name for a keyboard is a "Synthesizer."
21. You hold a special place in your heart for "Back to the Future."
22. You know where to go if you "wanna go where everybody knows your name."
23. You thought Molly Ringwald was REALLY cool.
24. You know what "sike" and "not!" mean
25. You fell victim to 80’s fashion : big hair, crimped, combed over to the side, big hoop earrings, and possibly the worst:you wore spandex pants.
26. You wanted to be a Goonie, or Elliot from E.T.
27. You owned an extensive collection of Cabbage Patch Kids and trolls.
28. You knew "The Artist" when he was humbly called "Prince."
29. You actually saw Ted Danson as the MacDaddy he played "Sam" to be.
30. You ever wore flourescent -neon if you will clothing….
31. You could breakdance, or wished you could.
32. You know who He-Man and She-Ra are.
33. You remember when ATARI was a state of the art video game system.
34. You know all the words to "Ice Ice Baby".
35. You remember MC hammer well.
36. You can still sing the rap to "Fresh Prince of Belair".
37. You own any cassettes.
38. You were led to believe that in the year 2000 we’d all be living on the moon.
39. You remember and/or own any of the CareBear Glass collection from PizzaHut.
40. Pizza Hut was the coolest place to hang.
41. Poltergeist freaked you out.
42. You carried your lunch to school in a Gremlins or an E.T. lunchbox.
43. You have ever pondered why Smurfette was the ONLY female smurf.
44. You wanted to communicate with some being named Cinergy, or you wanted green hair like that lead singer of the Misfits.
45. You totally LOVED Barbie’s cooler, punkier counterpart, "Jem" and her "Rockers"
46. You wanted to have an alien like Alf living in your house.
47. You wore biker shorts underneath a short skirt and felt stylish.
48. You wore tights under shorts and felt stylish.
49. You layered your multi-colored slouch socks, and added suspenders to make your outfit complete.
50. You ever had a Swatch Watch.
51. You actually spent countless hours trying to perfect the care-bear stare.
52. You had a crush on one of the Coreys
53. You remember when Saturday Night Live was funny.
54. You had WonderWoman or Superman underwear.
55. You wanted to be The Hulk for Halloween.
56. You believed that "By the power of Greyskull, you HAD the power"
57. You thought that Transformers were more than meets the eye.
58. Partying "like it’s 1999" seemed SO far away!!!!!!!!!!!!!
59. You ever owned or wanted any of the NKOTB action figures or dolls.
60. You remember when Deborah Gibson was "Debbie" Gibson.
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Shamoon #88/100 Golden Girl
I went outside, dropped all my equipment and drank my water. Finishing the project popped into my head and I wondered where she’d gone and if she’d be willing to be part of it. I’d reserved #88 for Gemma, but two attempts to get her along to studio bookings had both failed at the last minute.
The two kids that had been with Shamoon in the shop were close by, so I realised she must still be about. I spotted her with her partner outside the Costa coffee shop. No, I’d stick to the current plan. I went to the road to phone my wife for a lift home. Spotting more people out in summer clothes I changed my mind, thinking I’d walk home through the High St and see who was about. I went back to the studio to get some bags to help carry everything and caught Shamoon’s smile out of the corner of my eye. Should I ask, shouldn’t I, I’ve not changed my mind so many times in so few minutes before!
I went over and said my hello. Her partner Paul introduced himself and Shamoon, writing their names on the back of their business card. Paul and I had a few things in common, photography, having worked in I.T and living close by. Paul had a few great tips on cards and the phone numbers you put on them, writing a few URLs on the bottom of the card for me. He also recommended a hotspot in London for advertising.
They have a web site coming online soon, something that will compete with Ann Summers. Sex sells. That and low cost food in today’s climate I added. Could I go back to shooting glamour now I like fashion so much?
Paul said "She’s quite used to being photographed" and suggested a spot in the sun.
I got a few shots and asked Shamoon what made her laugh, hoping to see the smile. "Say something dirty" she laughed, breaking into a big smile, without me having to mutter a single word, thankfully. Unfortunately the afternoon light was very strong, gave harsh shadows and played havoc with the cameras metering. She’s both partner and business partner with Paul. With the camera playing up I didn’t get to find out much more. We went back into the shade of the cafe and I got a few more shots before Paul returned with more drinks. Teasing Shamoon with "The business, it was all your idea wasn’t it?" was enough to get a laugh and the smile again.
We spoke a while longer. Paul thinks that there are 3 types of advert on the TV. Those that get you to remember them by being annoying, like Elephant.co.uk, funny, like Compare the market.com, or sexy. Paul told me about his studio in Spain and how his pound goes that much further. And how the European girls have a different look and outlook on love and life. Paul also shared his views on Charities in the UK, saying that I should do the book for myself as a lot of charities on the high street are in fact businesses that pass on the absolute minimum to those that need it.
Nice meeting you both, thanks for the tips Paul. I hope you like the shot Shamoon.
Now it’s Book Time! I tried to get the charity interested, but didn’t get any answer. Any profits from the book when done will go into a savings account until I can find a worthy cause it can go to directly.