Hey guys! It’s me popping in to give you a bit of an update. I had wanted to do this post around Easter, or at least at the end of last month so I could have something for April. But that’s okay, because we can start the month fresh ^^
I’ve done a few of these end-of-the-year posts before. Check out my posts from 2020, 2019, 2018, and 2017. I think it’s a great way to wrap up the year. Even though this year has proven to be challenging to my blogging schedule, it wouldn’t feel right if I didn’t talk to you guys to end the year.
Hey guys! I had taken this photo to be posted on Easter Sunday. Sadly, I had some things come up and I was too tired to work on this post…and it’s a special post.
I know some of you were wondering about the photo that I posted on Flickr 10 days ago. “Why is Moni hugging a reindeer?” I was taking pictures at Old Town, and I thought it would be cute. That was actually supposed to be a blog post on its own, but didn’t quite work out the way I wanted. So, Part 2!
Hey guys! Recently I read Time Out New York’s article on “Eight ways to tell a real New Yorker from a fake New Yorker“. It was published in 2016, but it was recently re-posted on Facebook. People chimed in down in the comments – I’ll post my 2 cents here 🙂
I started working on this photo on Mother’s Day. I was intrigued with the idea of a bad assed mother/daughter duo, walking in the forest at night time. Maybe it’s because of all of the GoT posts on Facebook and Plurk that influenced me to do something as well (no I don’t watch the show).
United Colors really outdid themselves with this set at Fameshed and Equal 10 this month. There are lots of styling combinations you can do. For instance, if you look at the bodysuits, one has long sleeves, and the sleeves can be hidden as you can see on the “daughter”.
This tiara is a real steal at Chop Zuey – an easy way to upgrade your look in moments, and it’s a hunt item for A Midsummer Night’s Dream!