Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Realistic Goals For Next Year

1. Not be too hard on myself.

2. Attend to an actual cosplay convention, and not just the free event in SF.

3. Get better with hair n’ makeup.

4. Focus more on skin and hair care.

5. Visit an eye doctor.

6. Wear my converses with skirts/ dresses

7. Wear sneakers as if they are the most fashionable pieces ever (well, I’ve been starting this already)

8. Cat- style eyeglass frames

9. Discover new recipes

10. Get caught up with Gravity Falls

11. Head out to a quaint artsy town and buy vintage templates for a new dress project 

12. Try new knitting patterns

13. Finish a stop motion project

14. More hiking adventures

Saturday, December 27, 2014

Not Anything New: Pleather Jacket x Tulle Dress

I worn this type of pair several times before, just because it is one of my favorite outfits that follows the pattern of fun discords.  This time, I was able to wear my pleather jacket and my tulle dress with my rockabilly bangs and comfortable shoes.

Listening to Genius of Love by Tom Tom Club.

Friday, December 26, 2014

Luther Burbank Home and Gardens

 A stroll in the park....







I'm Pretty Spoiled....

You know there is this saying about "having a December birthday sucks" as if it is the most terrible day ever?   I still don't feel it, and I have had people speaking out for me that my birthday experiences in the past sucked just because I may not receive high quantity of birthday gifts all in one year or get full attention from my family and friends. Usually these are the kind of comments I hear from those who are more privileged and their birthdays are set in Spring and Summer.  Do I really have to be that entitled to expect others to make my day special in what others find ideal?

No, I didn't get a birthday party.  My family didn't load me with tons of gifts.   I'm not the queen of the world and I don't expect others to put my day as a priority before everything else.  Nevertheless, I felt pretty spoiled

First, my boyfriend took me out to some lovely strolls and treat me to one of my favorite food places.  After I got back home, my little sister bought me an ice cream cake and some pretty snacks, which made me questioned whether or not she saved her allowance money for the cake-- she's only fifteen.  I'm aware that my mom did a whole lot with financial stuff for me to get started into beauty college, I'm grateful for her doing that.  Because of my mom, I was able to get  sizable eyeshadow palette from Sephora just so I can practice on eye makeup on myself.  By the end of the first week at school this month, I received my first facial massage.  Also, I believe one of the greatest gifts you can get is the kind you get for yourself- kind of like how Agent Cooper would treat himself to a coffee. Instead of a coffee, I ended up getting myself a really cute stationery pad and a novelty office desk decor.  I believe I reached Nirvana (something like it), so I am not complaining about my December birthday.

The fact that I live I grew up in a comfortable environment, currently in a healthy relationship, and that I have pretty supportive parents means that I'm privileged in most cases. Sure I am not filthy rich, but it is not like I am dirt poor either.  Overall, I don't need others tell me that I should want more for my birthday, because I'm pretty content with having a birthday near the holidays.

Thursday, December 11, 2014

The End of the Rainbow

Music playlist for this photo collection:
1. Shostakovich-  The Second Waltz  2. Juventino Rosas- Over The Ocean Waves 3. Joe Hisashi- Howl's Moving Castle Theme 4. Shigeru Uembayashi- Yumeji's Theme 5. Eugen Doga- Gramophone Waltz 6. Koji Kondo- Fairy Fountain Theme(Legend of Zelda games) 7. Barry White- Let the Music Play

Rainbow Road

Christmas Tree Rainbow

Imagene Peise

Rainbow Lights

Rainbow Road II

Full Moon

The Snoopy Ice Arena

End of the Rainbow