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Here Come the Valentines, Wave 2-017


This week, I’m unleashing a mixed bag.  Caution:  Some of these are a bit adult (rated SL for suggestive language).  [One reason you won’t likely find them at your local greeting card store.]

First, a selection for anyone who’s a bookworm looking for a little loving.  Maybe you’ve been the object of someone’s gaze for some time.  Maybe you’ve been eyeing someone from across the library, bookstore or cafe.  Or, maybe, you are already the favorite read of someone and like to use some corny wit to express your gratitude.


You know the old riddle/joke about a newspaper…



Next, a flirty bit of bubbly, playing with the idea of a cork/corked bottle of enthusiasm.  Breaking the ice.

Something for the cats…

…and the bats…

And, a few for those who can’t find the words to cool someone’s jets, set them straight, open discussion about a surprise addition or keep the unwanted at a distance…



For women who have the power…to be grateful (or keep a secret).

And, for people who watch British TV at an odd hour.

A few for those who play games…

…and the rest?  I forget their names.




Valentines, wave III


Ay oh; like I got some more uh doz valentine thingies you might like.  Check ’em out.  Okayz?


First, a handful of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ones, featuring April O’Neil.  At least one is purely comical.


Then, a swarm of Spider-Woman (1979) valentines.  Two are designed for breakups/rejection, if anyone is in need of a negative/counter valentine.


A few variations on a Pokemon image.


And, lastly, more miscellaneous valentines.



She-Ra Polaroid, love achieved



Valentines, the first wave.


Here is an appetizer for Valentine’s Day/Dragobete.  You can see all of the uploaded valentines eventually in my Chat Cafe space where they will be accompanied by my Chinese New Year art (which is going to be a LOOOOONG stream of images for a few weeks).

[In my recent regressing cartoon therapy sessions, I got a lil hung up on a 1979 cartoon about Spider-Woman. :)]

[I also dove into my collection of other heroic figures/images and pulled out a few of another favorite heroine.]

[And then a few more, sticking with what turned out to be a great meditation shape (like a mandala).]



[And then a few photos seemed to click with me.]



[And, most recently, I came up with this idea to fashion hearts around uniforms/clothing.]


Video Game Memories in the Chat Cafe Space

Halloween may be gone, but I am not done with Autumn, yet.  No, I am not in any mood to welcome winter.  But, I am at a loss for what decorations to post until I finally get into the Christmas spirit (which usually takes until mid-December for personal reasons).  So, for now, I am leaving a few colorful leaf trails.

AND, as a sort of gift to myself…if you readers like, you can share it, as well–a fond memorial of video games past.  Every now and then, I like to tap into that youthful side that used to like sitting on the bed or floor with a bowl of cereal and a joystick or controller.  It feels wrong doing it at my age.  But, video games are a drug habit I have yet to fully kick.  I am not crazy about the latest versions and all the war business.  I dislike all the new complexities when video games used to be so simple and enjoyed by two people in the same room with no more than an hour–if that–required.  Yet, despite my stubbornness toward change, I have taken a shine to a few over the years and do make small adjustments to my thinking.  But, I still would pass up all the new to spend an hour with someone playing pinball tanks from the Combat cartridge for my old Atari 2600.  Or, Joust.  Or, the arcade version of Warlords (cuz the Atari 2600 version was just plain awful).

So, be sure to check out the new wallpapers.  I know, they’re not as much fun with the Chat Cafe print tacked on.  But, they is what they is, ye kno’?

Shall we play a game?