Black lipstick finished her look.Good one.
Maybe next year she'll win the lottery!Here's a link that will count your characters for you called Design 215: http://www.design215.com/toolbox/character_count.phpIt counts punctuation and spaces as characters, as does Twitter.
Ah, black lipstick should do the trick! Love it! Hope you have a great week!Sylvia
yep, black lipstick is the finishing touch :)
Ah black lipstick - the perfect finishing touch! :)
My daughter has a high school friend who would swear by the black lipstick! LOL
HA, take that, mom... make me go to the play again next year, will ya? lolnice!
Sounds like a saucy wench!!
Those shoes do like they'd leave a permanent frown line. ;)
And don't forget about those darn stockings! LOL!
Can't believe I missed the lipstick! Glad you saw it and put it to good use!
A little bit Goth before her time.
I hadn't even noticed her black lipstick until you pointed it out...good one!Have a great week. Cheers!
So that's why she wasn't complaining.I just might have to wear black lipstickwhen I'm doing my major household chores (washing and cleaning floors)...
A Goth in the making?
Oh, what actresses endure for their Art...
Micro Fiction! I've never heard of this before--I LOVE it!
Dressed in pink and wearing black lipstick. Yeoww!http://gaelikaa-writeaway.blogspot.com/2010/12/washing-day-microfiction-monday-61.html
nice contrast between the lipstick and the pink dress...perhaps there she finds her comfort...
Izzy, do you have an email address? I'd like to ask you something. Put it in the comments box on my blog. I won't publish it.I'm TFE (Peadar)from the Poetry Bus prompt and magazine.
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