I think this knife is very sleek and classic. The pins give it some nice bling.
Friday, November 28, 2008
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
See it's the slabs of lovely lavender mammoth tooth.
Wow! I wasn't expecting that! It's so pretty isn't it? Man, does he know how to kiss butterflies!
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Having our freedom gives Shane the ability to work where he wants to and do what he wants to do. Freedom let's him do the knives. I know sometimes I gripe about the time he spends in "the great oblivion" (He spends a lot of time out there) but I'm glad he's had the opportunity to be able to pursue after a dream that he may not be able to in some countries.
Ten days later, when we left Cabo we were the first flight out since, 911. I wasn't scared of someone taking over the plane. I wanted my aching swollen sick pregnant body home.
As the plane took off the people started chanting
U.S.A! U.S.A! U.S.A!
When the pilot had announced that we had crossed the border we all clapped and cheered and again we clapped and cheered when the plane landed.
You may not understand the feeling from my simple words, but my lovely reader, I will never forget it. I knew in those moments...
The U.S.A. was a great country and it was most definitely worth fighting for and this Great Nation would survive!
Thanks again Veterans!
Friday, November 7, 2008
My lovely reader,
I admit it! I admit it to the men! I admit it to Ladies!
If Shane had only known the affect a bandanna and earring do...
I fell for a bit of a bad boy! There I was, a good little lass in my cozy little life,
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Yes.. He was.
Knowing that you, my lovely reader, were in dire need of a posting that had an actual knife in it. I decided to post about this knife. It's a lovely knife with a bold shape that I like very much! It has black MiCarta and cocoa bola wood on it.
This knife is a kith knife.
That was k-i-t-h.
Can you say it with me kkkiiiithththt?
Good job! Now lets say it three times together.
Kith, Kith, Kith.
What is a Kith knife? It stands for knife in the hat. Shane and some fellows on a knife network forum all make a knife and put their names in a hat. draw out names and send each other the knives they have made. That way everybody gets a new knife. Does that make sense? Leave a comment if it doesn't. Go a head dish it out I can take it. I'm already feeling used and abusedand cheeted on, so one little comment about not making any sense just won't matter.