Michał Milczarski
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Nachdenken nicht Nachplabbern : Photo

Nachdenken nicht Nachplabbern : Photo

Trickster: Her face was one of sunshine painted over with the color of lilies and pink roses. Back then her hair was the russet red color, and her ears were the only pierced thing on her. She was still pure, and untainted back then. It's hard to remember at what point she began to shift into someone else. It's hard to remember where that Annabelle ended and the one that lives now began

Trickster: Her face was one of sunshine painted over with the color of lilies and pink roses. Back then her hair was the russet red color, and her ears were the only pierced thing on her. She was still pure, and untainted back then. It's hard to remember at what point she began to shift into someone else. It's hard to remember where that Annabelle ended and the one that lives now began

I kiss every freckle on your body.....I savor each one.....Pretty dress also....

I kiss every freckle on your body.....I savor each one.....Pretty dress also....

Red hair and freckles. Pretty close to my natural color (at least before I started aging ;) )

Red hair and freckles. Pretty close to my natural color (at least before I started aging ;) )

The redhead gene is not becoming extinct. In August 2007, many news organizations reported that redheads would become extinct, possibly as early as 2060, due to the gene for red hair being recessive. Although redheads may become more rare, they will not die out unless everyone who carries the gene dies or fails to reproduce. This misconception has been around since at least 1865, and often resurfaces in American newspapers.

The redhead gene is not becoming extinct. In August 2007, many news organizations reported that redheads would become extinct, possibly as early as 2060, due to the gene for red hair being recessive. Although redheads may become more rare, they will not die out unless everyone who carries the gene dies or fails to reproduce. This misconception has been around since at least 1865, and often resurfaces in American newspapers.

She's so gorgeous - I've always loved dark hair (probably because mine is blonde :P grass is greener on the other side, lol)

She's so gorgeous - I've always loved dark hair (probably because mine is blonde :P grass is greener on the other side, lol)

Linda

Linda

by Martha Syrko

by Martha Syrko

Freckles

Freckles