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    almond eyes
  • (Almond Eye) An almond-shaped or small oval eye, quite desireable; in contrast to a round and large eye.

  • An elongated eye shape, rather than rounded.

  • Aperture basically of oval shape, bluntly pointed at both ends (e.g. English Toy Terrier, Irish Setter (unshelled almond), Akita).





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  • The composition or constitution of something

  • constitute: form or compose; "This money is my only income"; "The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance"; "These constitute my entire belonging"; "The children made up the chorus"; "This sum represents my entire income for a year"; "These few men comprise his entire army"

  • The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament

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Almond Eyes, Lotus Feet: Indian Traditions in Beauty and Health


Almond Eyes, Lotus Feet: Indian Traditions in Beauty and Health



A national bestseller in India, Almond Eyes, Lotus Feet is the fictional memoir of a wise Indian princess, who recalls the ways the women of the Indian court found friendship, faith, and love through their beauty traditions. We journey with her as she recounts a lifetime of comforting rituals, tantalizing textures, colors, and fragrances, exquisite jewels and adornments, and assorted beauty and health secrets passed through generations of women by word of mouth.
In Almond Eyes, Lotus Feet, Sharada Dwivedi, a native of India, and Shalini Devi Holkar, an Indian princess by marriage, draw on the oral histories of privileged Indian women to capture and revive their many wonderful and wise beauty traditions. The result is a rich cultural tapestry, filled with ancient remedies, recipes, and tonics used to soften skin, silken hair, enrich the body, and lift the spirit like no store-bought products can. Additionally, the book offers a glossary of plants, flowers, spices, and grains and simple home remedies for women in all stages of life—from puberty to pregnancy to menopause—including:
Almond-Saffron for cleansing and exfoliation
Papaya-Mint-Tea for acne and pimples
Cream & Honey for dry skin and wrinkles
Cress & Rosewater for post-natal strength
Tulsi Kadha (Basil Tea) for coughs or morning sickness
Replete with gorgeous photos and illustrations from a bygone era, Almond Eyes, Lotus Feet is a treasure trove of time-honored health and beauty customs that will delight the senses of modern women everywhere.










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09.07.26. A tale.




09.07.26. A tale.





Today was marvelous. I woke up, had some lunch, and relaxed before heading out. I picked up Josh (who was worried he was going to forget something important), and we made our way to the pool. We met up with Christie and Andy, paid the $3 and made our way in. The pool wasn't too crowded. It was a beautiful day. We slowly made our way into the water (it was freezing!) As usual, we talked about food, food, and more food. I mean, who doesn't like food? After 3 hours of swimming, some sunburns and a mishap of my swimsuit, we left for supper.

Andy left after swimming which left Christie, Josh and me to figure out what to eat. I'm horribly indecisive, so Christie picked Athenian Grill. Closed. Our next choice was Panera. Yum. Dropped Christie off, dropped Josh off, and came home. Christie and I tried to fix up the cake balls I made, but we didn't succeed. Well, we kinda did. They're super gooey and yummy, but they're TOO gooey.

We wandered around Target and went to Kohl's... only to find out the power was out... on the whole strip. EEP! We did a happy dance to think that HyVee was out of power. Nah, they had lights and such on still. Damn those back up generators. We parted ways, and I headed to the fair. Hooray for my job! I got in for free and snapped a few photos (as seen on here). I got some popcorn (always have to get popcorn) and watched some of the races.

Then, to Josh's. We watched Arrested Development, and I snapped some more photos. He was terribly burnt. I'm a little burnt. The dogs jumped on each other and showed each other who was boss. Oh man. Epic as always. We watched some more Arrested Development (he’s catching up! I’m so proud of him!) and I took a short nap. Then went home. And that was my day.

As much as I love my job at 365, I really miss staying up really late, sleeping in, and wasting my days away. Now it’s Monday through Friday. Work 9 to 5. I’m not a morning person, and I still can’t get up for work. I mean, I thought if I got up at 8 every morning I’d get used to it. Eventually. How long does it take? Apparently many months or years. Horrible!

Once school starts, it’s going to be work and school, school and work, eat, sleep, rinse, repeat. I’m really not looking forward to it, school that is. I’m so done with it. Art history. Religion. Science. Capstone x2.

Then senior show. Ugh. I’ve made no progress. I’m a bit terrified actually. We’re moving to a new location for work soon, so I’m hoping I can hone my “research” skills into learning about this wall we’re creating. It’s a “hi this is our company” wall. Thing. Know what I’m hoping for? LEDs. That’s right. My senior projectish. I need to learn more about the buggers. I think it’d be awesome! We’ve got massive windows. We need to make everyone jealous.

(Wow, it’s really hard to write 1000 words for this)

I have a few more things I want to do this summer. Some involve trips to places, and others involve food. I really do love traveling. And I really do love food. We have a group put together for canoeing/tubing though! I only hope the day is still available. I called the place on Saturday or Sunday to reserve a spot. Waiting to hear back. That’ll be all sorts of fun, I’m sure.

What’s a good way to treat sunburns? I have some on my brow and when I wrinkle my nose, I can feel it (I wrinkle my nose a lot). My shoulders are also a bit lobsterish. Hooray! I do hope to go swimming again. It was pretty awesome. Except the part where I couldn’t touch the bottom of the pool. BOO YOU! Damn you kids and your non shortishness.

Heidi will be home soon! I’m very much excited to have her return. I’m helping her move in with Adam. We’re to have a girl’s night. Dressing up. Getting food. Boozing. Har har har. Chocolate Almond Amores, I love you. Christie had one the other night (ya know, that night I fell asleep with popcorn in my mouth). She agrees. They’re quite deslish. Try one for yourself. I don’t remember the exact measurements, so I’m guessing here:

A shot each of amaretto, Bailey’s and Kahlua. 2 cups of ice cream. Chocolate syrup to taste. Blend. Drizzle Chocolate syrup down sides of glass. Pour mixture in. EAT.

Heidi and I had some at my house, but we didn’t blend the syrup in. Then I went to OG to have one, and theirs was more chocolately than mine. So me thinks Christie had it down when she blended the syrup in. Either way, it’s quite yummy. Tastes like a chocolate shake/malt.

Overall, I’m doing swell. I’ve got great friends and a great job. I get to visit a kind gentleman on Thursday. He will decide my fate. For my housing situation, that is. I’m getting pretty excited. I don’t like to talk about it with most people. I feel like I’m bragging. But you guys, well, you’re just special, now are you? I’ll let you in on what I’m planning (mostly because I still have 100 words left). I’m trying to move out. Whether it be renting or buying a house, I really, really want to move out. So, I stopped by the bank and checked it out. I will see











Living Doll




Living Doll





Avatar: Aislinn Grizot

Skin: TaP (Fleur) Vivant Almond Fleur SE
Hair: Cake; Romance in Jet Black
Eyes: Sin Skins: Intense Violet/Obsidian
Top and Knickers: Tuli; Anni in Black and White
Shoes: Jeepers Creepers; Black Betty
Key: Violet Voltaire (in All Dolled Up); My Violent Heart in Black

Location: Castlederg

Second Life, sometimes, is like playing Barbies.
You might be the only one, or you might be one of many, puppeteered by a single entity.
Sometimes, that entity’s friends come over and bring their Barbies, too.
Sometimes other people show up and you have to deal with the naked Barbie that belongs to the weird girl that smells like pickles.
You own a car that most real people can’t afford in a colour that most real people wouldn’t want.
You don’t really need the car, anyway, because you can fly.
You can start out in a magenta and silver astronaut suit and wind up in the Heart Family mother’s dress or naked at the bottom of a pool.
Which is a shame, because there are outfits. Lots of outfits.
More outfits than you could possibly, reasonably wear.
They’re lovely, but sometimes the shoes don’t fit and other times they pop off completely.
It’s not unreasonable to sit down to chat with a bikini-clad California surfer, a rock star, a hula dancer, a faerie and a teddy bear all at once.
Your hair does things that real people’s hair would never do.
Your body does things real people’s bodies would never do, and sometimes, it refuses to do stuff real bodies would do. Real fingers bend to hold things. It’s a scientific fact.
You don’t need to eat, but there’s food.
You don’t need to sleep, but there are beds.
Your boyfriend comes with missing pieces and wears the same three outfits all the time.
Someone controls every movement you make and every word you say.
So, yeah. Sometimes. Second Life. Is like playing Barbies.

I love the wind-up key.
Quite alot.
The Living Doll -- it's not a foreign concept. From Femmebots to the Mannequin movies to that Tyra Banks kid's movie that I can't even bring myself to look up on IMDB to get the title.
In Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, they might have actually had the keys, when they did the little show for the king and queen.
I haven't seen that film in twenty years, so the memory may not be exactly correct.
But dolls. I think. Clockwork movement while they sang a little song.
Living doll. The spark of life. The opportunity to have a soul when all you were was a block of wood.
Or something like.
The human laced, infused into the inhuman.
And. Uhm...
Don't remember where I was going with this.
Bottom line though, I really like the wind-up key.









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Almond Eyes, Lotus Feet: Indian Traditions in Beauty and Health






A national bestseller in India, Almond Eyes, Lotus Feet is the fictional memoir of a wise Indian princess, who recalls the ways the women of the Indian court found friendship, faith, and love through their beauty traditions. We journey with her as she recounts a lifetime of comforting rituals, tantalizing textures, colors, and fragrances, exquisite jewels and adornments, and assorted beauty and health secrets passed through generations of women by word of mouth.
In Almond Eyes, Lotus Feet, Sharada Dwivedi, a native of India, and Shalini Devi Holkar, an Indian princess by marriage, draw on the oral histories of privileged Indian women to capture and revive their many wonderful and wise beauty traditions. The result is a rich cultural tapestry, filled with ancient remedies, recipes, and tonics used to soften skin, silken hair, enrich the body, and lift the spirit like no store-bought products can. Additionally, the book offers a glossary of plants, flowers, spices, and grains and simple home remedies for women in all stages of life—from puberty to pregnancy to menopause—including:
Almond-Saffron for cleansing and exfoliation
Papaya-Mint-Tea for acne and pimples
Cream & Honey for dry skin and wrinkles
Cress & Rosewater for post-natal strength
Tulsi Kadha (Basil Tea) for coughs or morning sickness
Replete with gorgeous photos and illustrations from a bygone era, Almond Eyes, Lotus Feet is a treasure trove of time-honored health and beauty customs that will delight the senses of modern women everywhere.










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