ram⋅bunc⋅tious [ram-buhngk-shuhs] –adjective
1. difficult to control or handle; wildly boisterous: a rambunctious child.
2. turbulently active and noisy: a social gathering that became rambunctious and out of hand.
dress [dres] noun, adjective, verb, dressed or drest, dress⋅ing. –noun
1. an outer garment for women and girls, consisting of bodice and skirt in one piece.
2. clothing; apparel; garb: The dress of the 18th century was colorful.
3. a particular form of appearance; guise.
moleskine, pen & colored pencil
Dug up my journal and decided to sketch a bit, I forgot how good it feels to just play with pencils & paper - I need to do that more...
By the way, have you heard of Junk Gypsy? I discovered this Texas family owned business when we put down some roots here earlier this year. I love their rock meets country-western meets gypsy-goth style and attitude. Did I mention attitude? :> And yes, a Junk Gypsy is most definitely rambunctious, even when she's wearing her petticoat dress.
Do check them out and get the goods on everything from jewelry (some of its pricey) & tees to purses and pillows and don't forget to poke around in their vintage stash....
Thanks y'all for taking the time to visit. Have a great weekend!
thank you for 10 years!!
3 weeks ago