Don't Condemn, Don't Convert..Love Is My Religion.
I talk like a sailor and drink and burp like a truck driver. But beneath it all I am a lady, a classy lady! I'm completely obsessed with human anatomy (it's the nurse in me), love love Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead for you gringos out there), Disney, folk art and digital art. Everything else is scattered things, scattered thoughts. My life in a nutshell...
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My latest obsession. Thomas Kinkade. The reality is I’m getting old and his paintings and Christmas collection, brings absolute warmth to my heart.

My latest obsession. Thomas Kinkade. The reality is I’m getting old and his paintings and Christmas collection, brings absolute warmth to my heart.

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nerfherder1138:

Lets be honest, my mother and grandmama can get rid of the Kinkades they own and put these up. I love the last one..

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mnguyen-art:

Thomas Kinkade Disney paintings part 2/2

Curly hair don’t care!

Curly hair don’t care!

vintagegal:

Munster, Go Home! (1966)

vintagegal:

Munster, Go Home! (1966)

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ex0skeletal:

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ex0skeletal:

by xiaocaca on deviantart

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My children

My children

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vintagegal:

The Addams Family, 1965

vintagegal:

The Addams Family, 1965

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Pretty much how my day went.

Pretty much how my day went.

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texasoutlawman replied to your post: Because I wouldn’t post my business any other place…

In my thoughts bc of your hectic life and your grandmother. Hope all slows down and gets better for you real soon!!

Thank you so much! Just a few more weeks till the semester is over and I’ll have some time to breathe and get my mind straight.

vintagegal:

Elsa Lanchester and Boris Karloff in The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

vintagegal:

Elsa Lanchester and Boris Karloff in The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

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