Friday, September 08, 2006
The pure and simple truth is rarely pure and never simple.
(A necklace from my Etsy Shop.. bold and blushing more than I am..)
Ha ha! What a fun game!
Great guesses everyone!!
And now to reveal the real truth:
1 is true.. I lived for awhile at Harbin Hot Springs , in Lake County.. if anyone is up for some sprouts, tahini, hot springs and naked people.
It was highly influenced by a boyfriend, who was left there. It was highly educational, as I discoved .. I am only a bit hippy-ish.. not hardcore hippy. ( Organic ok, not vegan.. Clothing, prefered.. Patchouli, only in very small doses. Very. Small. Doses.) So, there was definitely some Nakidity.. for ya, Stacie.
2 is a lie.. There really was a Buck Naked (et al) but unfortunately I only went to his fantastic shows, dancing to the beat of his dangling plunger.. He really did lose his life in the senseless act of violence described. I only wish I would have had the chutzpah to try and write something for that band. They were damn fine muscians. (I also got the song title wrong..the real one was a tad more risque..) They were "pornobilly" after all.
I was very into the anti-PMRC censorship movement.. and apparently "really raunchy" was a major theme for me in my early 20's.. ( Don't worry, Mom.. Just as entertainment.. not professionally.)
3 is true. And it lead to my first paying gigs as a crafter/artist. I painted several jackets including my own (more on that soon). It was funny to get "busted " at my rehearsal dinner and I learned to never keep anything from my mom.. Because my dear friends..
The truth will always out!
My WIP will not be shown, as I am trying desperately to make a production completion schedule for myself and I have been crafting hard to see if I can hit my goal. ( Therefore, taking pics has been low priority.)
So far, I am not quite making the goal of 10 completed projects a week.. and I need to find a show to be in or something..
Otherwise I will have a zillion finished crafts and that is lovely, but won't keep me out of the traditional workforce for long!