I want to see the wedding dress that went with those shoes.
"You’re welcome for letting you see my boobs.”
Ok, so I am so obviously biased here. Full busted (32G) and I work as a bra fitter. But I really believe in the power of a well-fitted, good quality bra that makes you feel amazing.
AP does stunning stuff, but their size range is very limited. So if you're in the Toronto area and you're busty or fuller figured I'd encourage you to come to secrets from your sister (we also carry smaller sizes, but I know D+ and plus size can be tricky to find). This is not just because I work there (and nope, I don't get commission) - I just really truly love my store. And while we have standout luxury stuff like Empreinte and Prima Donna, we also carry companies like Ewa Michalak and Freya who make beautiful bras for under $100.
i am mad that bras cost $30
the government should provide bras
I love that somebody else names their plants! I get weird looks when I tell people that I named my corn plant Dirty Harry. Somebody was moving and giving it away for free, so I took him on quite the adventure home (involving the subway) and almost got beat up because I ran over some people's feet with a granny cart. One winter it bloomed (which I didn't know was possible) along with my amaryllis. My roommate wasn't pleased with the overwhelming scent but there was no way I was getting rid of them! I vote you name your new plant Chiara de Blasio. And that's the end of my weird tale.
It looks like an Echeveria 'Black Prince' so I think it should have some kind of ridiculous male model name - like Fabio or Adonis or Baptiste or Adolpho. Or all of those.
My plants are named:
Love (aloe vera);
the Janices (three separate jade plants that used to be one);
Roberta (rubber tree plant);
Mike, Vyvyan, Neil, and Rik (graptosedums/succulents - I had a lil one named Special Patrol Group but it died);
Topsy (Echeveria 'topsy turvy' I WAS OUT OF IDEAS THAT DAY);
and Jimbles (jellybean plant).
I bought a pothos vine the other day but I haven't named it yet. Bartok maybe??
@MissCajlin Thank you for teaching me that there exists such a thing as a DWARF PINK LEMON
My dwarf citrus trees are named "Hemingway" (key lime) and "The Pink Lady" (dwarf pink lemon)
plants i have killed: bonsai, cactus, bamboo, various succulents, succulents in cute beer cans, xmas trees annually, unknown indoor vine type plant sold to me as "unkillable," by enlisting the help of my chickens i've even killed all of the grass and weeds in the backyard.
all this to say that i fear even looking at photographs of your plants will spell their doom - you will receive no name ideas from me!
Ms. Angostura Bitters