Several new and returning Interns arrived at the new 420Nurses studio in Canoga Park to celebrate the 4th of July. This American holiday commemorates the adoption of the Delaration of Independence when the colonies declared independence from Great Britain. The 420nurses made this holiday one to definitely remember!
The studio was abuzz with busy models and photographers. This new space was utilized to its fullest with 4 backdrops to choose from in the main area, with a computer zone and a medicating area. As well, there was a large dressing room that was filled with model’s gear and make up. The photographers of the day included Jimmy, Julia Stone, Summer Rain, Cha Cha Vavoom and Le BLeu. They were capturing the beauty of the models; GrlNxtDoor710, Pilot Kookie, Violet, Celeste, Mrs Puff N Stuff, Abbysis, Monroe Madison, and Lillypad21. There were three constants to the day: getting dressed, being photographed, and medicating.
A great pleasure of the 4th of July Photoshoot was meeting out of state Intern and Michigan Chapter Leader GrlNxtDoor710. She came to California and has been exploring all that this medical state has to offer such as the High Times Cannabis Cup and Kush Expo. She has been keeping busy promoting a dabber’s must have item, the Dabkins. This is a handy alcoholic wipe which is used to keep your rig free from germs and your dabber clear of gunk. It is amazing to see GrlNxtDoor710 come to California and share her story of being a 420Nurse Intern and Chapter Leader in Michigan and I can’t wait to learn more!
Of course there is always time for another photo during a day of photoshoots. And there were shots being uploaded to instagram and various forms of social media throughout the day. A 420Nurse promoting herself and the 420Nurses lifestyle will always prove to be a positive force in the cannabis community.
What does this holiday really mean? That we should be proud to live in a country where we can show our love for cannabis. We can change the minds of politicians and stop ludicrous laws that only hurt the people. We can protest and put up a fight to maintain our human rights. As Americans we do have the freedom to incite change. It is this independence that I am proud of.
To see the full sets of the 4th of July Shoot visit 420Nurses.com and create a free profile. From the 420Nurses we hope that you had a very hashey, stoney, and positive 4th of July!