Can't remember if I've posted this one. If I did, just look at it again and continue on....
Thank you Iain, for a very flattering comment.Wow! With those folds and shadows, perspective, etc, it must be easier to make the lace than paint it! Astonishing sno.
Thanks PSA, for a very kind comment.Your work never ceases to amaze me....
Thanks so much Arty, ya'all are just good for a girl's (old lady's) ego.Wow! The light and shadow in that lace is outstanding. You really made it extra special with the dark contrast with this. Very painstaking, I can see. It's perfection. I've not seen it before. Amazing!!!
Well I see I'm going to have to send you a dictionary.Don't look like that, sno! I was trying to make us feel better by putting a positive slant on it. Back to the drawing board.
Arty, I started graying at 18, dyed it for a while and then went to frosting and finally just let it go. It is completely white now.I've been getting grey this year, which is a little weird to go through. My dad never got grey and I think I take after him because it's not very much, but maybe it's too soon to tell. My mother got fully grey by the time she was my age. She died her hair, but when her roots came in, it was all silver. I remember thinking she was too young for that, but they say stress will do that. She was still in her late 40s. I just recently died part of my hair (the front) purple, and it already growing out into a pinkish color.
I don't know why I am yammering on about hair. I blame sno's emoji.