SKIVE

skive

  • to cut into thin layers or slices
  • to shave, as hides,¬†or remove the surface of
  • British term for slacking or truancy (any intentional unauthorized absence. The term typically describes absences caused of their own free will, and usually does not refer to legitimate “excused” absences,)

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23 thoughts on “SKIVE

  1. Aloha, Rommel! Where have you been? You’ve been missed! Good to see you back posting your beautiful photos and adventures again! God bless you!
    ~Liz

  2. What a great collection of photographs, Rommel. Awesome stuff. Today I made it a point to visit your blog and I was stunned seeing these pictures. :) Have a great day!!

  3. Well, hello there stranger! You definitely have been skiving but we forgive you since you have presented us with such beautiful photography. Hope all is well with you.

  4. Oh my God where have you been, I’ve missed you so much! I even put on a comment ages ago to find out what’s up! It’s great to see you and your photos are brilliant as always. Hope you’re doing good :-)

  5. Thanks for all the welcoming, and officially, I am deeply apologizing for delaying all the awesomeness you get from this blog. Hehehe :) I truly am sorry. And looking forward to blog it up.

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