Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Whipped Cream Nails in Honor of My Jester

Today wraps up my week of my most meaningful nail art and it is a design that makes me both happy and sad. In November 2009, my family was blessed when a new face joined our family, a beautiful 4 year old cat named Jester. We adopted him from another family. Please, if you are ever looking for a pet, adopt and do not buy one. No matter their age, animals are still loving creatures and will adapt to their new surroundings. I didn't grow up with a pet (unless you count 14 birds), so I had no idea how much of an impact Jester would have on my life. 

Jester LOVED his Halloween bib and wore it proudly

He also enjoyed wearing bandanas

I loved his serious looks, too. I called him The Professor when he looked like this.

Jester was a big boy and we quickly saw he LOVED human food. Of course we had to watch his weight, so we only gave him small treats. His absolute favorite treat was whipped cream. He always knew when I was about to take it out and would quickly run to me. This past April, Jester suddenly passed, and I still miss him every day. After his death, I decided to do some nails as he loved to hang out with me whenever I did my nails. Whenever I think of nail art, I like to do Google searches to see what has been done. Ultimately, I found inspiration from Kayla Shevonne's Ice Cream Nail design.

While I do miss him, I know he is in kitty heaven. I thank you all for coming back and reading my stories about some personal nail art. Hopefully you have a clue as to who I am and will come back to read as I show all types of polish, nail art, and glitter combinations!

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  1. Replies
    1. Thank you Sheila. I thought it was a fitting tribute since whipped cream really was his favorite treat

  2. Cute nails! I really teared up a little over your story. My cat passed away on December 25, 2011, so I can relate. Jester was a cute kitty :)

    1. Thank you, Andrea. I never knew how hard it would be to lose a pet. I'm sorry for your loss too. I am hoping I can adopt a kitty soon.

  3. And I cried. I lost my Calico ten years ago and it still breaks my heart. So glad you have something you can do that has such good memories of him. :)

    1. It's always hard to lose a pet. Doing my nails helped me cope at least a little bit


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