Thursday, November 25, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving!

Today is the day of the gobble gobble, and by that, I don't mean the turkey. I mean what I'll be doing tonight along with a lot of sleep sleep.

I wanted to resurrect the blog! And what better day to do it than Thanksgiving, a day to show how much I am grateful for the people in my life and you guys!

Here's a follow-up of what I've been up to as of late.


Learning how to make patterns on illustrator




Group work in Fashion Art (I dare you to guess our inspiration)


Recent purchases at Sephora (got the Viktor and Rolf perfume I mentioned months ago!)


Outfit rundown: H&M tube scarf, polka dot shirt, dolman zipper cardigan, thrift cut off shorts, Gap tights, Anna Sui over knee socks, Capezio boots, studded belt


Recently bought African roses opened


Eating Vegan food at Curly's Lunch with ma friend Crysbel


Drawing a cartoon of my favorite band and their ghost logo. At Curly's. On their napkin. With their crayons.


Now as a wrap up, I just wanted to share a few words. I'm very grateful for my family and friends who make everyday worth living. It's been tough lately with the workload at school and at work, but the people I'm with always make it a hundred times better than it would be otherwise. I'm also thankful for my health and ability to keep doing the things I love. Finally, I'm thankful for this blog, as it's allowed me to connect with many different kinds of people and readers from all over the world. Thank you guys! I hope you have a lovely Thanksgiving and please, eat a lot. 8D

3 comments:

  1. I had a TON of food. I thought I was going to explode! Are you a beauty insider?? I am 8D Plus, glad to have you back!

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  2. hey! love your blog! I just started blogging again and have 0 followers lol, check out my blog and let me kno if it sucks or not id really appreciate it (: keep on posting!

    - Jill :D

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  3. Hey, nice article, it can be done a lot with some illustrator patterns. looking forward for new posts.

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