i like this song!!
Disclaimer: I was not paid to write this review: I was given the Gramercy Pink Dress from Shabby Apple. For review purpose's. All opinions are my own.
Hello Everyone. If you been reading my blog this month. Then you know on August 13th. I celebrated my wedding anniversary with Ant. To help celebrate our special day. I decide to wear my new dress. That I got from Shabby Apple.
There is so many things that I love about this Gramercy Dress . First can we talk about the color of this dress. As many of your know I love the color pink. So you know I couldn't pass the dress up. Since it is my favorite color. Also you can never go wrong with a cute lace dress.
The Gramercy Dress is apart of Shabby Apple wedding line. The dress I'm wearing is a bridesmaid dress. What nice about this dress. Is it prefect for your family or friends special day. After the wedding you can wear it again. Out to a special dinner or babyshower.
Its not like your typical bridesmaid dress that you only wear it to the wedding. Then it sits in your closet or goes off to charity. With this dress you are able to get many use's out of it. Which I can't wait to wear this dress again for another special occasions.
Also the Gramercy Dress come is different color. It also run true to size. I'm wear the dress in a size 8. Which it fits me like a glove. Plus good new the dress is on sale now for 83.30. So go grab your now at Shabby Apple.
HAVE A GREAT FRIDAY!
how dare they omit The Craft from this list???!
omg this bizarre hero
My husband want mac n cheese one night. So I plan on making that for him. I happen to notice that we had a couple of hot dog in the fridge. So I asked him if he would like hot dog mac n cheese. Which he said yes. So there for I made Mac n Cheese with hot dogs.
Hello Everyone. I'm back with another recipe of the month. This month I'm showing you all how to make mac n cheese with hot dogs. This is a dish my mother in law used to make all the time. When I was at her house.
My husband want mac n cheese one night. So I plan on making that for him. I happen to notice that we had a couple of hot dog in the fridge. So I asked him if he would like hot dog mac n cheese. Which he said yes. So there for I made Mac n Cheese with hot dogs. This dish sure reminds me of home. Its not the healthiest but it sure is a comfort food for us.
HAVE A GREAT TUESDAY!
omg i kind of want this
These days I find so many new artists and creatives via Instagram. For example, I came across the work of Karolis Strautniekas, a Lithuanian based illustrator via a comment on a recent photo I took. Diving down the rabbit hole I discovered his beautifully moody work. i love his use of color, particularly the rich blue tones he uses, as well as the texture that’s ever present, giving his work a tactility and grit. He’s also quite adept at light and shadow which gives each piece a unique depth. Also be sure to check out the video at the end of the post which brings his work to life.
Bee's Knees is finally open and it's right next to my office! :') They have an adorable collection of flowers and succulents for sale ugh!
Chow down on the latest restaurant news with Eater Boston.
[Photo: Hojoko/Rachel Leah Blumenthal for Eater]
HUB-WIDE—Updated for August, these are the hottest Boston-area restaurants right now.
FENWAY—Hojoko, a new concept from the O Ya team, is now open in the Verb Hotel. Eat creative sushi and a wide range of other Japanese-inspired dishes while drinking sake and tiki drinks and watching sumo matches on a projector screen. Here's a look inside.
ALLSTON—Here's a look at the menu for the brand-new Bee's Knees Supply Co., now open in Allston, sibling to the Fort Point shop by the same name. The shops each offer a variety of specialty food products, a deli counter, and more.
SOUTH BOSTON—Here's what to expect when Worden Hall opens later this month in Southie with deep-dish pizza and tons of beer and whiskey.
So it's pretty evident that Stereogum is getting some very real kickbacks in promoting Carly to this extent but i'm SAYING the music is great so i don't even mind, okay?!
some of these are really pretty!
Success begins when you step out of your comfort zone, so don’t ever reckon that the same thing and work will take you anywhere. Because when you limit yourself to a particular domain, you stick to it, maybe it will polish your skill by repetitive practices but in this way you cannot do something unconventional, something with par excellence or something that can help you making your own big name, something you’re capable of and something you can do really well.
Learning is earning and when the process of learning stops, earnings stops. It is a constant process, you can never put a mute button to it so always keep your feet moving on because success is always lying there where you haven’t reached as yet. Some artists really inspire me because they have the instinct of trying out something not stereotype but something beyond ones imagination.
I unleash before you the artists of various techniques just to let you know that how differently an art can be done, how beautifully work of art can become a masterpiece and how the efforts pay off the artist sooner or later. There is no doubt about it that artists are creative souls but they must think outside the box, as it is not only about playing with the beautiful roses but to deal with the thorns is the real art.
Today I am unfolding before you some fantastic seamless illustrations and lettering examples by MaricorMaricar Studio. At first, the artist used the technique of paper cut illustrations now the focus is moved and has transformed the artist’s style into embroidered illustrations that made the studio & work of art really famous. Although it is very time consuming, but it expands itself into new directions of lettering.
Have a look at the collection of beautiful hand embroidered illustrations and lettering by MaricorMaricar Studio. Stick around for more posts that will be presented before you each day, hoping for your cooler responses than ever, we are here to provide you with the best art and design posts.
Ordered a Gummi Venus de Milo pin badge from Mike McCabe and it arrived today
is robyn still cool? does this song bop? did y'all like the royksopp EP?
I felt vaguely bad about not connecting with Robyn’s EP with Röyksopp last year, as if I was in some way betraying an artist I’ve loved and supported for a very long time. When this sort of thing happens, I’m inclined to feel very “it’s not you, it’s me” about the artist, and give them the benefit of the doubt. You’re not always going to be on the same page. But here we are a year later, and this new Robyn track is outstanding, and exactly the sort of thing I want to hear from her. So maybe it was really just a problem with Röyksopp? “Set You Free” is right in Robyn’s sweet spot as a vocalist – a joyful song that’s weighed down a bit by melancholy and a touch of anxiety. The sound of the track screams “Madonna remix circa ’89-92,” but that’s a great fit for Robyn and that vibe feels very fresh right now in the context of a lot of dance music that either skews more atmospheric, or bludgeons you with post-dubstep noise and intensity.
Buy it from Amazon.
this album is so good
omg the dress is really cute!!
Happy Friday Everyone. I hope you all are having a great week. My week has been going great. The weather is back in the 30's Celsius. Which is 86 Fahrenheit. So I decide to bust out this dress this morning to run some errands in. I haven't worn this dress on the blog since August of 2012. The last time I wore this dress off the blog was for my 28th birthday.
Speaking of Birthday. My birthday is on Monday. Which I can't wait to see what my husband has in stored for us to do on that day. Don't forget to enter my huge birthday giveaway.
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HAVE A GREAT FRIDAY!
“I'm wearing a skirt and a shirt from my own Piia Emilia collection, and a Weekday copper skirt and heels. Nowadays I’m leaning more and more towards monochromatic, comfortable outfits. I am desperately looking forward for the warmer weather, bare legs and ditching the winter layers.”
2 June 2015, Suvilahti
feel like we should go in and order some fries
Meghan Rice, the manager of the casual-dining restaurant, reports its last day is June 30, after which it will forlornly sit empty until it's torn down (along with the neighboring and long vacant cineplex) to make way for a hotel and senior-citizen apartment complex.
All the stuff on the walls will be for sale, she adds.
lolololol holy shit
– 2 cups frozen hash brown style potatoes
– 8 oz turkey sausage, chopped
– 1 cup corn kernels (thawed if using frozen)
– 1 cup bell peppers, cut into strips
– 3/4 cup reduced fat shredded cheddar cheese
– ½ medium onion, chopped
– 1 cup fat-free skim milk
– ½ cup egg substitute
– ½ tsp garlic powder
– 1 tsp Kosher salt
– ¼ tsp black pepper
Hello Everyone. This month is sure flying by. So that means one thing. It's time for another monthly recipe. A few months ago when my husband was doing weight watchers. I came across this recipe on Pinterest and decide to give it a try. This recipe can be made for breakfast or dinner. I made it for dinner. Which my husband wasn't a fan of this recipe. So I don't see myself making it in the feature. Over all I liked it. Plus it was an easy meal to make.
HAVE A GREAT THURSDAY!
“I’m wearing a Weekday coat, a Selected Homme polo knit, a bag by Onar Studios, Acne Studios pants and McQ sandals. Lately my style hass becoming more simple and classic. Instead of craziness I’m intrigued by an idea that not all clothes need to be revolutionary. I’d rather invest in good materials and play with textures.”
21 May 2015, Pre Helsinki
“I always pick clothes that inspire me and make me happy. I tend to create a powerful atmosphere and a backstory for every ensemble in my mind. Today I am wearing a shirt and a vest by Samuji, my favourite vintage skirt, and glitter shoes from Monki.”
21 May 2015, Pre Helsinki
this is a fun little read, and i liked reading the comments!
i loved this show
Promo image for "Reboot: The Guardian Code" pic.twitter.com/TL0y1ozCMs— Todd DuBois (@GWOtaku) June 9, 2015
laura and her crew just continue to crush it. the album is really great. also am i the only person that still reads fluxblog?
A very overrated aspect of music culture, particularly online music culture, is chasing after baby bands and hyping them up. It’s the music culture equivalent of the people who rush to type “FIRST!” in a comments section, and it’s more about people trying to accumulate social capital than anything else. An underrated thing is waiting for one of those baby bands to make the jump from promising or pretty good to becoming actually great. No Joy have done this with their third album More Faithful, and it’s a thrill to hear a group of musicians step up and really find their voice.
The first two No Joy LPs were good but not particularly distinctive shoegaze records. This is fairly common in the indie world – shoegaze is a very seductive aesthetic, and you can make superficially beautiful and cool-sounding music in that genre without a lot of technical skill. It’s also a great genre for shy singers, since you can get away with burying your voice under all the noise.
More Faithful is a shoegaze record too, but it’s anything but lazy and bashful. This is an album made by musicians who understand that the best music in this genre – i.e., the work of My Bloody Valentine – is all about sensuality and subtle tonal contrasts applied to strong, melodic songwriting. The record is full of gorgeous sounds and interesting textures, and even better, there’s so much depth implied by the mix that sometimes it seems as though it’s coming at you in 3-D. (I’m particularly fond of the way the apply a severe slap echo on just the word “stop” in the chorus of “Chalk Snake.”) I’ve had a promo of More Faithful for a few months and it’s been in my regular rotation all of that time, and I’m still finding new nuances to love in it after dozens of listens.
“Moon In My Mouth” is the song on More Faithful that I’ve obsessed over for months. It’s a very well-written piece of music, but feels oddly amorphous. It’s performed in an unusual time signature, and though the melodic elements seem to orbit something, it’s not clear what that something actually is. It’s disorienting, but in a very lovely way. One of the best things about “Moon In My Mouth” is though the overall sensation of it is sort of vague, its component sounds are very specific and clean. The extreme clarity of the guitar parts remind me of how Peter Buck’s guitar was recorded and mixed on R.E.M.’s Murmur. There’s something so stunning and surreal about hearing something so crystal clear at the center of an arrangement that otherwise quite atmospheric. Jasamine White-Gluz’s vocal performance is wonderful too – breathy at some points, but very crisp and emphatic in the chorus. I’m so glad she didn’t hold back in singing the song, because that her passion doesn’t compromise the intimacy of this music. It amplifies it.
Buy it from Amazon.