Monday, May 27, 2013

Thank You...

Today is about remembering, honoring, and supporting those important people who serve our country. Thank you to the brave, hard working, selfless men and women who serve in the military. We honor and remember those who have fallen, pray for those serving abroad, and support those who work right in our own backyard. Also, a special thank you to those family and friends who support their loved ones in the military. Without your love and backing they would not be able to do what they do.
THANK YOU!

I could not help but to show my thanks and appreciation through a patriotic manicure. My past efforts have been less than stellar, but this one might make another appearance for the 4th of July!
 Happy Memorial Day!
Polishes used: Zoya America, Purity, and Liberty

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    1. Essie, thank you for your kind words & for your encouraging comments!

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  2. I didn't even think to do a Memorial Day mani this year. Yours is gorgeous. Thank you for thanking us :).

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    1. You're welcome, you do so much "behind the scenes" and are never really recognized for it! THANK YOU (& thank you to your husband!):)

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  3. what a great and also patriotic manicure. i love that red. though i have many like it, i can't help buying that shade when i see it.

    the painted ninja

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    1. Thank you, Zoya America is so lovely!

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  4. Thank you for your kind words. I love your nail artwork, wish I was that creative. USMC here!

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    1. :) Liya, you could totally do this one! I actually used a bobby pin for the dots which made them nearly the same size. Thank you for your kind words, dear! You made my day!

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  5. what does the thumb nail look like? :)

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  6. what does the thumb nail look like? :) i want to go get this mani done but i'm not sure if it would look best blue, red, polka dot...

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    1. In the above picture my thumb was plain white (although I thought about putting red polka dots on it). I was definitely in the same predicament:)

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