I missed TBT, but I’m not missing Selfie Saturday this week.
I thought this would be a nice little break from the floral stuff. Here’s another picture of muh face. Enjoy :]
Don’t ask about the title.
If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, you’ll know the title reference.
And if you know anything about poppies, you’ll know the GoT term for “tears of the poppy” does indeed have to do with the medicinal properties of poppies that have been used as narcotics, analgesics, and recreational drugs (opium) for thousands of years.
As I kid, I used to eat natural dried poppy seeds straight from the pod during late summers spent at my grandparents’ country house in Romania. My grandma would always tell me not to eat too many because I’ll fall asleep, but I’ve always found poppy seeds to have the completely opposite effect and energize me rather than put me to sleep.
But cool properties aside, poppies are gorgeous flowers that come in a variety of colors, the most famous being red. Red poppies are worn on Remembrance Day in Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa, and New Zealand to commemorate those who have died in war.
And P.S. Do not eat anything with poppy seeds before taking a drug test. You will test positive for opiates.
It is finally that time of year – FLOWERS GALORE!
And I’m super excited about this because I get to show off gorgeous flowers one at a time rather than a bunch at one time. This way, each of them will get their own little spotlight and I don’t know about anyone else, but the suspense thrills me.
Maybe it’s just because I’m floral photography obsessed.
Anyway, here’s the first in a long lineup!
It’s time to wrap up the Motor City Comic Con 2014 coverage!
And what better way than with a female Loki? I’ve noticed that the ladies really love dressing up at Loki – there were 3 this year that I counted and it was the second year in a row that a female Loki won the costume contest (get it!). I really liked this girl’s headpiece.