Finding out that she was going to be a mother was such an emotionally overwhelming time and Annie did what she does often to help her process complicated emotions, she painted. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
She let her hopes, dreams, fears, and desires out onto the canvas. These emotions swirled together to create the beautiful patterns of the Dream & Desire scarves. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
We then took the photos of the canvas and created textiles out of them for our Travel Scarves! There is nothing quite like wearable art!
Me. When I was very small and completely round in every way. I remember my mum telling me that someone apparently commented that you could draw everything about me with a compass. Completely circular eyes, nose, mouth, face, and so on. Somewhere along the way it seems I elongated into a different shape. Anyway. As you were. #throwback#minime#babyme#round#timetravel
This is a personal photo of me as a baby and my mum which is my favorite photo. 😊
Thought I'd make it into a Polaroid style.
Ngl I can still vaguely remember that coat I had which is weird as it was 101 dalmations. 😂
(Dos stories para o feed)
Quase 30 anos a acreditar ser filha do Marco Paulo por causa desta fotografia. Sorry Dad 🙄🤣
Mostrem la essas antiguidades vergonhosas buuuuut fofinhas vá! Não quero ser a única! 🤣 .
I was going to have a surgery to remove my paw, because it might get in my way with time. After a few days on medication to recover from the accident, I returned to the doctor, with one more problem.
One of my ears had been severely injured during the accident, and his condition was more than catastrophic. In just three days, my ear turned black and started falling.
The doctor, a little freaked out, didn’t know how to help my ear, and it had to heal before my paw's surgery. when he (the doctor) looked closer at the ear, it fell (the ear, not my doctor). I got medicine to help heal again, and an ointment to put twice a day. It was scratching, it was very unpleasant! 2 weeks later, the doctor was happy, everything went well, the care had worked and my ear was better (it wasn't there anymore, but the scar was kind of beautiful)!
🇨🇵 On allait devoir m'opérer, pour retirer ma patte, parce qu'elle risquait de me gêner avec le temps. Après quelques jours sous médicament pour me remettre de l'accident, je suis retourné chez le médecin, avec un problème supplémentaire.
L'une de mes oreilles avaient été gravement touché durant l'accident, et son état était plus que catastrophique. En seulement 3 jours, elle est devenue noire et commençait à tomber.
Le médecin, un peu paniqué, ne savait pas comment faire pour soigner mon oreille, et il fallait qu'elle se soigne avant que de pouvoir retirer ma patte. Alors qu'il regardait l'oreille de plus près, elle est tombée. J'ai de nouveau eu des médicaments pour aider à cicatrisé, et une pommade à mettre tous les jours, 2 fois. Elle grattait, c'était très désagréable ! 2 semaines plus tard, le médecin était heureux, tout c'était bien passé, les soins avaient fonctionnés et mon oreille allait mieux !