Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Fash Turns Twenny

Today is the day I turn 20. 
I miss my family and friends dearly, 
but the people around me, and my family near and far, 
have truly made this birthday special and it isn't even 11 a.m.

I am 'all done up' as they say.
My chandelier earrings are from middle school, also worn with a Badgley Mischka dress at junior-year prom. 

My gorgeous roses are from my work-aunt, Meemz, and the most beautiful arrangement from FASHIONAUNTA all go perfectly with my color scheme for today. My desk smells better than it ever has!! 
I want to look back on this birthday and remember how blessed I feel right now.
Not every 20 year old gets to welcome another year like this.

pinkleathervest: Zara
courtesy of: Model Jon

I love you all.
Thankful for you all.

And Frap, I'm still your Peanut.


Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Blogging Bubbie Cred

When I first started blogging it was completely new and foreign, in the best way, obviously. The more I got into it, I started to see patterns and how blogging has become its own little community, even world. Something I have picked up on is that people get very angry over not getting their photo credit and I feel awful! I would be livid as well. 

My grandmother, Bubbie, loves her credit. So much to the point where I have a saying called 'Bubbie Cred' that is used to define someone getting their credit in general. I use that term every day. Let's face it though, who doesn't want their credit?

So, with that said, I would like to say that most of my pictures have come from FFFFound, or IMGspark, Tumblr, even the almighty Google. Or my best friend, Tessa. Or, my phone. 

I will be sure to deliver Bubbie Cred where it is due from here on out. 

PS- I decided to do the 'Ombre' hair in black. It came out blue, and now it is gone. Planning on a re-do.



Thursday, March 17, 2011

Spiderwebs by Azad Right

When the boys were making music and I couldn't share it with anyone, or had to keep it on the low, it was difficult. Simply because I felt deep down that I was not happily overwhelmed just because they were my friends, but because I knew it would be infectious to the world.

In the short amount of time that the EP 'A Piece of Mine' has been released to the public, thousands of people have taken to the music. I get chills sitting here, thinking about how many people have heard the brilliance that I do, about the people who feel a connection with Azad's words as I have, and the people who spread the music because they believe in it and know that it is rich.

People seem to feel a personal connection to 'Spiderwebs', to the point where it got radio play from 104.7 in Ventura, California.
Everything about it is beautiful, as well as the video.
Produced by Model Jon.
Check it out for yourself.


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