And so a little bit about myself...I live in beautiful Southeast Coastal Georgia, in a shrimping town with no traffic light, and where we have exactly 2 seasons: warm and hot. I love family, church, dogs, zoos and aquariums, photography, traveling, music, art, making people laugh, large quantities of chocolate, and Britlit drama. I have a very blessed life! :) I've had a lifelong love of cosmetics, and I am extremely pale, which sometimes makes nail polish look really different on me. (I have to mix goth white foundation with ivory to match my skin. But no complaints here...it's my best feature!) People refer to me as "fancy." I hope they don't mean that in a Reba McEntire kind of way.
|I became a first-time bride in December 2011, just before I turned 43 years old! |
My something blue was Revlon's Not So Blueberry. :)
|Aquariums are even more fun when you're wearing My Big Break by OPI...|
|My beautiful baby Sebastian and me...he passed away on March 12 of this year. :'(|
And now for the ugly truth...I have serious nail issues. I work with paper at my day job, and my hands and cuticles stay drier than yesterday's toast. I have tiny little nail beds, and my nails peel like onions. No matter what polish I use, or base coat, top coat, etc., I always have tip wear within 2 hours. So I never wear the same polish 2 days in a row. Even when my nails are in very good condition, I can't wear anything for more than a day. C'est moi! I look at all those lovely nails on all those lovely bloggers and sometimes have a hard time relating to them because I have so many issues! Being eternally clumsy doesn't help either. Why, just this morning, I lopped off 2 nails with my razor whilst shaving my legs! Bravo, me! :) I have to work really, really hard at keeping my hands looking presentable. I think that's probably the main reason I was so hesitant about starting my own blog!
All that being said, I really love me some nail polish...high-end stuff, drugstore stuff, all manner of stuff. So...if you're courageous enough to take this journey with me, I would welcome and truly appreciate the company. It gets lonely salivating all by myself.