I dunno wth you *want,* but I got enough info from #1776163 (Barely there HH strappy sandals), #1024236-37 & 209510 (The Pose), #935113 & 154977 (top view barefoot), #771453 & 154975 & 154972-73 (flip-flops/flat sandals) and others. [smfh!] We'd kill to have this much in some other galleries.
Great feet - nice shape, nice toes, wonderful arch.
I'm with you. I think she's very attractive and I have liked her acting in everything I've seen her in. We need better quality shots though. Of the shots I see today, I'm starting to think I may have overrated her based on her looks and my opinon of her as whole. I may have to knock her rating down a star.
2016-01-14 03:12:05KurtKurt (user)
2014-03-27 22:02:0254 (user)
I wish the Executive Producer at Person of Interest would feet ture Her more (If you catch my drift) :)
"Clearly?" It's absolute, blanket statements like that that make me stop and respond, so if that was your intention, you have succeeded. I think she is - as I said above - the most beautiful creature on the planet, equaled in sheer innocent charm only by Deborah Ann Woll, and equaled only in straight sex appeal by the incomparable Phoebe Tonkin. I have my photos in folders in alphabetical order on my disk drive, and I rarely make it past the A's when perusing through them.
@ILF- Ever hear of 'Thundershirts?' A friend's Yorkie-poo that I used to dogsit (current dog tries to eat it!) is terrified of storms and they *really* help. Have heard that from several others too.
For my old pack, especially my female Mastiff mix, who was terrified of storms (and in OK, probably *wisely* so), I'd read that a slightly damp dryer sheet works, and it seemed to help them. Apparently, static in the fur adds to the uneasiness.
@BiB - that all makes sense. It also makes sense to help keep the dogs dry when they're out in the rain. They make such a mess when they shake off the rain in the house. It looks like this little pooch had an operation on it's belly and still has stitches.