A collection of stories told from the tattoo artists perspective. This is the first in a series of crazy stories documenting the everyday happenings in a real street shop, all of which are real and only ever so slightly exaggerated to show detail. Misspelled names, strange requests, loss of bowel control... You know, the usual. Don't let the television fool you, this is what really goes down in tattoo parlors.
A blind date goes wrong and turns an epic night of passion between two strangers meeting for the first time. A lonely night turns into a lovely escapade a farewell. Sometime later, they meet again by the tattoo and love turns into a passionate undertaking. Two strangers meet again with tattoo upon the lover's back.
This is the full colour version to assist with visual aids. An Angel for Cosmetic Tattooists contains everything you will require to enter the field of becoming a permanent makeup technician. It may also help existing Cosmetic Tattooist improve some of their skill. After 50 years of training others, Robyna has now retired. All her hand written notes have all been compiled and placed into training manuals. Robyna asked her students to assist with the book and tell her what they needed. The book was given a trial run several times to see if students could work through the book and use it as a reference and how to guide. With their input the book was revised 20 times before it was released for sale. Robyna first produced the book called "Cosmetic Tattooist Permanent Makeup Micro-pigmentation Training Manual" in 2007. Without hesitation we recommend this book, to both professional tattooist and students. You would be well advised to have this book in their collection. Robyna was proud to be chosen to sit on the committee to rewrite the Australian Standards in the Early 1990s and again in 2007 - 2010 for the Hair, Health and Beauty industry. To add to her credits Robyna has been presented with several industry awards. This book was written in 2010 and has since been revised.
First Love by Ivan Turgenev. First Love is a novella by Ivan Turgenev, first published in 1860. It is one of his most popular pieces of short fiction.First Love is an example of a frame story. The story starts with the protagonist, Vladimir Petrovich, at a party. The three guests, all men "not old but no longer young", are taking turns recounting the stories of their first loves. When Vladimir's turn comes to tell his story, he suggests he write down the story in a notebook because it is a rather long, unusual tale and he is not adept at extemporaneous narration. The other men agree and a few weeks late the story within the story continues with Vladimir reading from his notebook as he recounts the memory of his first love.Vladimir Petrovich, a sixteen year-old, is staying in the country with his family and there meets his new neighbor, Zinaida Alexandrovna Zasyekina, a beautiful twenty-one year-old woman who is staying with her mother, the Princess Zasyekina. This family, as with many of the Russian minor nobility with royal ties of that time, were only afforded a degree of respectability because of their titles; the Zasyekins, in the case of this story, are a very poor family. The young Vladimir falls in love with Zinaida, who has a set of several other (socially more eligible) suitors whom he joins in their difficult and often fruitless efforts for the young lady's favour. Zinaida, as is revealed throughout the story, is a thoroughly capricious and somewhat playful mistress to these rather love-struck suitors. She fails to reciprocate Vladimir's love, often misleading him, mocking his comparative youth in contrast to her early adulthood. But eventually the true object of her affections and a rather tragic conclusion to the story is revealed.Vladimir discovers that the true object of Zinaida's affection is his own father, Pyotr Vasilyevich. In the tragic and devastatingly succinct closing two chapters, Vladimir secretly observes a final meeting between Pyotr and Zinaida at the window of her house in which his father strikes her arm with a riding crop. Zinaida kisses the welt on her arm and Pyotr bounds into the house. Eight months later, Vladimir's father receives a distressing letter from Moscow and tearfully begs his wife for a favor. Pyotr dies of a stroke several days later, after which his wife sends a considerable sum of money to Moscow. Three or four years later, Vladimir learns of Zinaida's marriage to a Monsieur Dolsky and subsequent death during childbirth.
If you enjoyed hearing about Cassie's first adventure in "JASPER'S HOLLOW," you're certain to love this tale! Not far from the town of Hyde near Manchester, is a long level hill called Werneth Low. If you walk along to the far end, and stand still, just as the road begins to drop down towards the town, on your left you will see a farm...... There is no name on the gate, but that doesn't matter, because it's always been known as Holly Tree Farm. This is because, right in the middle of the farm, down in the valley, stands an ENORMOUS Holly Bush where Cassie made the most amazing discovery! The long summer holiday stretches ahead, when a surprise visitor and a stolen sheepdog lead Cassie into a whirlwind summer crammed with excitement.
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