Etymology: < French solidarité, < solidaire solid: see solidaryadj.
The fact or quality, on the part of communities, etc., of being perfectly united or at one in some respect, esp. in interests, sympathies, or aspirations; spec. with reference to the aspirations or actions of trade-union members. Also attrib. and Comb.The French origin of the word is freq. referred to during the period of its introduction into English use. Latterly also the English rendering of PolishSolidarność, the name of an independent trade-union movement in Poland, registered in September 1980 and officially banned in October 1982.
Community or perfect coincidence of (or between) interests.
Civil Law. A form of obligation involving joint and several responsibilities or rights.
Once a year, us non-creators are challenged to toss our bandanas in the ring along with other creators such as Lelutka, TuttiFruti, MiaMai and others. For me, it’s always a fresh reminder of why I am not a creator, but I manage to pull something out my hat (or bandana).
For these pictures, I wore various colors of ISON’s Little Black Dress, this leather trim bodycon dress from ISON. I also used the various colors of Kunglers Luna earrings. The skin is Florentien from imabee that has a porcelain delicacy that i love.
Skin: !Imabee: Florentien – Scarlet
Eyes: [UMEBOSHI] Eon eyes light Green (med)
Slink Hands & Feet
Hair: .::MADesigns HAIR::.
Bandana: Various bandanas from Cajsa Lilliehook, Gidge Uriza, Mel Vanbeeck, Bizarre Hair, Lelutka, MiaMai, Stellar, TuttiFrutti, Rebakery and Dirty Grind
Clothing: – ISON leather trim dress – various colors
Shoes: Slink Siren Leather Stilettos -Various colors
Jewelry: Kunglers Luna Earring – various Colors
If someone believes in you, there is nothing you can’t do. Because that person sees what is best in you and isn’t afraid to believe you can do anything – no matter how far outside your comfort zone you step. Continue reading →
Delia, the new release from Blueblood was dropped on me by my now favie Uriza Cousin Ghanima and I couldn’t decide which version I liked better, the black or white goth – so I decided to bring you the purple of each.
It’s a very festive take on a man’s pantsuit complete with frills and a stylized mutton leg sleeves to lend a more girly and vintage look to the styling. I’m wearing some of my favorite big clunky shoes – the Baby Jane Heels from Sn@tch. Which, in my mind, continue to be the Typhoid Mary Heels and I don’t know why. I may have to rename them in my inventory just to be able to find them. Continue reading →