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Things I've learned about driving in my own lane [Free image via Pixabay] I've avoided wordy posts for several weeks as I'm still painfully aware of my propensity to do great harm with the words I choose in haste. After that post of almost two months ago I've done a lot of soul searching and I've made some changes. The honest truth is anyone can bang out careless words in 5 minutes but well considered ones take time and I'm not great at that. Mea culpa. Some of these changes have been…

I have now removed the rollers from the front, sprayed it with hairspray and attached grips to make sure it stays in place ready for the day. I've also redone the pony at the back, to which it looks much better. The last thing I did was remove the rolls because I feel like they would be better done once on the model as when securing them I can put the grips through the netting under the wig.

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Stephen Colbert and John Oliver Talk Trump, Fake News, and Terrible Stand-Up Gigs

If you thought that Stephen Colbert’s live Election Night special on Showtime was one of the most amazingly awful pieces of television you’ve ever seen, the Late Show host would like you to know that it was doubly awful being in front of the camera. “That was the hardest thing I’ve ever done,” Colbert

how to: Christmas tree silhouette Ok now that I have my test subject done, I can move onto my 3.5 year old. AND it took a lot of convincing, but we finally explained that good little boys help their moms’ out and santa is always watching after all (elf on the shelf helped a little too!) ISO 1600 SS 1/640 AP f/1.8

ok, I'm sorry this has so much language in it, but I had never realized this!! It makes so much sense.

ok, I'm sorry this has so much language in it, but I had never realized this!! It makes so much sense.