A tutu cartwheel. That is a very good thing!
Love the first photo with the shadow.It's really rough when things like this happen.Becky
Pretty pictures so no words are really needed. Love your poses Desiree would be proud!
wow, a cartwheel! How cool!
You can do a cartwheel? My team won the Chicago city cheerleading champship of 1970, and even I can't do a cartwheel.You Swedish rascal!
Holy catnip, what a beauty of a tutu cartwheel! My apologies for for immediately thinking of fashion designer Betsey Johnson (famous for cartwheels at the end of her runway shows). Unbelievably I only just now got around to reading your "FROCKTASIA: About". I too am a vegetarian, like and have listened to and read Noam Chomsky. Our U.S. Ex Vice President (and war criminal) Dick Cheney visited your country for some ceremonies earlier. I'm loving your artistic and fashionable joyful expression. It's been said that the mind can be a dangerous place to visit alone, but I suspect your eventual perspectives on everything going on inside your head will make more sense than the official story-lines swallowed by the sheepdom in much of the world. I love the photos!
Uber awesome shots!!!!!!!!!!hugsReva
Love the shots!
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Awesome poses, love that tutu!!! xx
Great photos and poses, Jennie, you don't have to say anything! xxx
Wow, what beautiful photos and what untypical poses Jennie! And cartwheel is just super!
Wow, a one handed cartwheel!! xxx
You make a fabulous shadow dancer and oooh so athletic! The energy of these photos made me smile!
I cant cartwheel! :( love the outfit though! :) xoxo
Just found your blog and loving it. Maybe we can follow each other on GFC or bloglovin? Please feel free to stop by my blog and let me know. XOhttp://mevamarie.blogspot.com/
Lurve this look!! Grunge pixie! The skirt and leggings look fantastic teamed with the DMs!! Gorgeous!!
Your photos belie your mood -- they are playful, joyous, and positive in addition to you looking so fabulous! Its been a rough week for many... my sister and her family live in Boston and I had an hour of torture before finding out she didn't attend with my little nephews like they usually do (thank goodness for her new job & not being able to take the time off.) PTSD is scary & the nightmares are brutal. I'm tough as nails, and it still got me. Remember there is more good in the world than evil, we only hear about the evil more which is a downright shame. I hope you are able to sort out your thoughts, its a lot to deal with in addition to everyday worries -- lets keep sending healing out into the universe for those who need it. Feel better! XXX
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