Abstract / Poetry Going Green March 21, 2023 Timothy Price40 Comments Going with the glowBlacklight nails in groovy greenEn Vi Ron Mental Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
40 thoughts on “Going Green”
I like to add black polka dots!
That’s got an alien look to it!!
We have lots of aliens around here. Thanks, Dale.
I have to say I am not surprised…
Wow! Love it.
Well, of course…. a paradise must include clubbing too! 😉
Love En Vi Ron Mental [Laurie’s?] nails!
it’s a little En Vi Ronku and Mental.
A ha ha… love it!
Laurie’s nails. She wanted to bold look to start spring. Thanks, Marina.
Perfect! I hope you danced the night too! 😉
It’s like “Wow, man!” Thanks, Liz.
Right on! You’re welcome, Tim.
I don’t come on often! But remember your support from back in the day and it’s nice to see you’re still active! 🙂 thank you.
Thanks, sebstead. I’m still around.
Good to see that! 😃
Unique. Cool. I really like these. Going green takes on a whole new meaning. LOL
I remember the days of black light posters. That certainly is a beautiful spring green!
Weather depending, about one more week for your mom’s daffodils. The stalks have grown taller and the buds are nice and fat now. One of my projects yesterday morning was burying a skunk that had been hit in the road out front. He was a handsome fellow, and looked pretty healthy otherwise.
She has to get in a certain place under the Christmas lights for the the lights to combine to have enough ultraviolet light to make her nails glow. We have a few daffodils blooming. It gets well below freezing on clear nights. Thanks, Lavinia.
I this this comment is the last one WP has allowed me to “Like”. WP is not letting me “like” comments or posts now.
I’m not surprised. They are probably in the middle of updating or adding some new feature that will annoy me.
So cool! 💚
Needless to say our haunted trail is covered in UV light to pop all our props out of the darkness – this green effect is really cool – assume it is a blacklight sensitive nail polish or maybe your own concoction. Flourescent marker innards (or Mr. Clean) dropped in water is also a good way to get the effect. Yes, I had to reread your last line twice to get it – very clever.
I’m happy you got it. Laurie didn’t know they would floss (like teeth I suppose) under the Christmas lights combining to create UV. But it’s cool. She was just trying to get a bold, sparkling green for spring. Thanks, Brian
Your word of the day … chemiluminescence (LOL).
Thanks, Deborah. Her nails are in a state of vibronic excitement. No hydrogen peroxide was harmed in the making of those chemiluminescent-like nails.
You nailed it!
Hahahaha! Right. Thanks, Goeff.
Ooh fun! Your nails or someone else’s? I just got my own nails done. I’m wearing OPI Peace, Love & OPI (my all time favorite nail color that of course OPI discontinued but fortunately the salon had it) it’s a blue-purple metallic shade.
Laurie’s nails. It never fails that you have a favorite of anything and it’s discontinued. We just went through that with some of Laurie’s favorite makeup. We ended up getting the closest substitute because their was none of the original available anywhere on the planet. Thanks, JYP.
Ah right – I forgot you’re a bright red pinky nail guy yourself.
That is a pain. Redken discontinued my favorite hair product too. What were Laurie’s old faves?
The one, in particular, is a L’Oreal eyebrow pencil. All the colors but the one Laurie used were available. She also likes a special type of gel nail remover that really works. Since it worked so well, it had to be banned I guess. It was discontinued years ago. I scoured the Internet and bought all the available stock of it I could find. When she runs out of it, I don’t know what she will do.
Hahaha! Ku ku ka choo!