i love it, and i have had on occasion had the intricate henna done for weddings and big parties, only a few times a year, cuz for some reason as soon as all my henna is on i have to pee, which is no no no good!
thanks for sharing! i am embarrassed with my piddly henna job now!
i shall post next month and make my artist do s0mething more spectacular! hahahahaha
hahah you always have to pee!
ahahh You are so speaking the truth!
my dear coworker who is the subject of mendhi pics.. hahaha when I told her about sedefend's mentioning about having to pee..
gahhh ahahhaha she said yes she totally blocked it out of her mind.. her girlfriends had to help her do those things
WOW! Those are amazing! Theyu're so intricate and detailed. O_O
That's beautiful... I wish I knew what all the symbols meant, especially the fish (seems like a strange animal to paint on yourself for your wedding day)...
Wow.. That's really nice. I tried to take up Henna... but it never really happened. Either way, that's beautiful.
Wow... Our mehndi designs are never THAT intricate... O_o;; Then again, we never go half-way up our arms, either...
I wonder how well the color turned out, considering how thin the lines are... I bet it was a pain to wait for all that to dry, too... -_-;; Er, right, sorry... Funny thing is I thought I started smelling mehndi while looking at those pics. 6^^;; I love the spade design on the back of her hands...
Never boring! I live for your pictures and comments.
2004-07-16 04:44 am (UTC)
Jumping in here on this post...love the pics of that amazing stuff.
Just friended you ..hope that is ok.
When I read your info...wow..some things in common.
1. My middle son who is going to Iraq, speaks Kanji, writes it and reads it.
2. My husband's daughter (my step-daughter) teaches ASL in junior high school as a second language.
3. Ed, my hubby has been a vegetarian for 20 years now so I know what you mean when you are on the spot about food. We run into that all the time. I haven't converted but it is not from Ed's lack of trying. We just accept our differences.
He says he won't eat anything with eyes. I say.."honey, potatoes have eyes..." heeeee.
2004-07-16 04:52 am (UTC)
Re: Jumping in here on this post...love the pics of that amazing stuff.
^_^ *confetti*Thank you~
When I first was married over 20 years ago, I would cook non veggie food for Leigh. Accepting differences is a great thing - Leigh is hard working, brilliant, and a serious bible school & I'm none of those things! haha
My Mother teases me "My daughter doesn't eat anything with a shadow"
2004-07-16 05:17 am (UTC)
Eats nothing without a shadow...good one!
I love all God's creatures...right next to the mashed potatoes!
Just kiddin'. Heeeee. *g*