Well-behaved women seldom make history. I made this ecard with my favorite generator here: someecards.com, This quote is by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich (1976). It has mistakenly attributed to Marilyn Monroe, Anne Boleyn, and even Eleanor Roosevelt. See article here. This is inspired by Auna at La Vie en Rose who made a comment on one of my most viewed Facebook posts:
You want to know a secret? I blog for me, my friends and my family. Those are my loyal followers. Speaking out against Neo Nazis on Tumblr has cost me dearly - especially in the “real world” of blogging. I always used to get annoyed when DIY craft bloggers (exception EPBOT and Auna) used to blog about things other than DIYs (but to be fair those other bloggers blogged about sponsors and the free things they were given). I now realize that people should blog about what’s most important to them. And for me that will be - once in a blue moon - blogging about the under belly of Tumblr. Because it’s the right thing to do. And Auna - I appreciate you more now than ever for bringing up child trafficking.
Beware of Artists. This is a Tumblr meme (and not a McCarthy era poster as widely reported). Neither is it a direct quote from Queen Victoria, but rather a letter King Leopold of Belgium wrote to Queen Victoria in 1845, "The dealings with artists, for instance, require great prudence; they are acquainted with all classes of society, and for that very reason dangerous;…" I still love this quote.
You Are My Bucket List. As you may have suspected I am not a sugary sweet quote kind of person - but if you love someone, this says it all. Print available from Read Between the Lines here.
Recently Design Milk asked me to contribute to their monthly Designer Desktops. My design is featured as the desktop for May. Head over to Design Milk to download it in a number of different display sizes including iPhone and iPad.
Prints and more available through Society6.
If you own an image you want taken down please email me at truebluemeandyou [at] gmail [dot] com