Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Wacky Wednesday #41

This is when I was going through my Indian phase. Sorry, Native American phase. (we called them "Indians" back then)

And yes, I really did go through a Native American phase. Even got the tattoo to prove it.

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  1. Ya know, when I first saw the picture I was thinking, "why does she have a photo of Sacajawea on her blog?" Then I realized, oh, it's just Julie.

    I was really thrown off for a second..what with the dark complexion and long black hair.

    hehe :)

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  2. Julie,

    You are a true character. I'm convinced you're a stay at home mom/comedian. Come on, fess up.

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  3. LOL! Really? You should've sent this to the casting director for New Moon. You'd make a GREAT Leah. Minus all the anger. ;)

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  4. Are you sure it wasn't your 'Perfect' stage ala John Travolta, and Jamie lee Curtis?

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  5. Honey, let's call a spade a spade. It was a Cher phase, wasn't it?

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  6. no. words. just always amazed at the woman behind the blog.

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  7. Wait .. tattoo?

    You look cute even as an Indian .. erhm, Native American. =-)

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  8. You are so stinking beautiful. And hilarious too! Love the picture, lets see the tatoo.

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  9. So... Your mom let you get a tattoo at 12?

    Actually, you could still be 12....

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  10. Love it! What is your tattoo?

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  11. You rock! Have you considered auditioning for NM? They're looking for native americans! ;)

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  12. Well, you are just adorable, and wacky:) Hey, do we get to see, or at least hear about the tattoo?

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  13. Looks more like your "hippie" phase!

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  14. Awesome Julie! Did you have the matching handmade leather belt and moccasins? Yes, I did. I was even in the oh-so-p.c. "Indian Princesses" which was a group of dads & daughters. I still think back to that - scary.

    And, I really dig the new-agey aura you've got goin on in the background.

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  15. Nice look. It really suits you! Such a shame you've gone for a different persona now....

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  16. When we visited the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Nation in North Carolina a few years ago, they referred to themselves as American Indian and appeared to take offense to the term Native American.

    How's that to complicate the political correctness landscape?

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  17. Were you on your way to La Push, baby? You know, La Push...

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