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This is my story…
It’s my life story and based on true facts. Shit that’s happened and gotten me where I WAS and things that’s happened and gotten me where I AM.
I haven’t a clue how I’ll present it. Most likely it will be bits and pieces as I recall it and at other times it will most likely be a short story.
So, I’m not sure how the story will unfold nor how I’ll present it, but I can assure you that it’s going to be a good read and journey to FOLLOW.
I grew up in a small rural town with humble hardworking parents. My dad was a farmer and my mom was a home economist when I was born. My parents were humble, hardworking honest folks. We were by no means wealthy. We got all that we needed and some things we wanted.
i was spoiled, but I was spoiled with love . It felt good! I was the baby of six. A surprise child- (my mom, Tipper, I called her later in life until she died) was 43 years old when I was born. My youngest brother was seven years older and disliked me from day one. I felt it and I knew it. I had one sister, who was the third of the six of us. She took me under her wing immediately not having her only child yet. She played dress up with me and treated me like her babydoll. As events unfolded later in my life, I spent a lot of summers in Michigan where she and her husband with their new baby had made home many years earlier. When my dad was well, we would spend our summer week of family vacation driving to Michigan to visit and explore.
Vancouver’s legion of Little Monsters were lucky to witness the sold-out opening night of Mother Monster Lady Gaga‘s Joanne World Tour at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on August 1st. Details of the tour were kept tightly under wraps up until the evening of the concert, so as the songs, costumes and other production elements were unveiled throughout the two-hour extravaganza, the Canadian Gaga fans saw firsthand the innovative creative vision of pop music’s most diverse, dynamic and daring artist unfold during a smash of a monster mash.
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Top model David Gandy shines in the new cover for Prestige Hong Kong Magazine issue Auguste 2017 photography by Mike Ruiz styled by Kristine Kilty in a James Bond-esque Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo.
Shooting at Shoreditch Studios in the UK, in the present issue you can find a very interesting interview for the magazine. Available now on stores, check it out for all million of Gandy fans around the world.
Brazil-based artist Janaina Mello Landini creates tree-like installations made with long sections of unraveled rope carefully pinned to the walls of galleries. Her artistic output encompasses her knowledge of architecture, physics and mathematics and her observations about time, to weave her worldview. Her work transits between different scales – from the object to public spaces. The labyrinthine architecture has been the central axis of her research in the “Ciclotramas” series, made with ropes that break down into minimal threading, and “Labirintos Rizomáticos”, works in satin that result in the construction of multifocal perspectives, nullifying the traditional construction.
WEBSITE (h/t : Zipper Galeria)