I did, and I don’t regret it.
Glass bowl made in my class last week. I am rather proud of it.
Um…yea…..this made me drool all the way in Germany……..
I love you Bunny!
Bunny Bennett Wrote:
“Mmmm. Mmm. Mmm. Love those new pants.
Just gonna leave this here for everyone that hates them. Every pelvic thrust and hip gyration is me thinking of you and taunting you.
Try and get them off me.”
This is for those people!
Oh dear god she’s having so much fun lol!!
I do not think I fully appreciated how awesome the new pants were until I saw them in motion. Static they looked nice, but DAMN. In motion? Woah.
So I have a response to the Butterfly Project. This is something that hit close to me as someone who was a self harming years back and even up until last year. I extended this simply from cutters because this goes for more than just those who break skin. I am currently 24 and have celebrated almost a year of any harm whatsoever. I took back my knives half a year ago when I finally felt strong enough to keep them in my presence. However I feel this project has hazards.
This is a response to a discussion I had in person with friend Demoni http://demoni.tumblr.com/
Apologies for the poor vid quality, the bad hair and the double chin!! Was late when I did this and it didn’t load properly last night, also my netbook webcam sucks without a good light.
Beauty does not know a skin tone, and the world needs to admit we are obsessed with “white beauty” and change it.
Kenyan model Ajuma Nasenyana fights skin lightening and European standards of beauty
From Clutch Magazine – Like many other parts of the world, Africa is no stranger to European standards of beauty. The practice of skin lightening is becoming rampant in many African countries as some folks go to drastic lengths to shed their dark complexions for lighter, “more acceptable” ones. And from advertising and magazines, to TV and film, the black aesthetics are being pushed out, while European standards of beauty — blonde hair, blue eyes — are becoming more mainstream.
“It seems that the world is conspiring in preaching that there is something wrong with Kenyan ladies’ kinky hair and dark skin,” Kenyan model Ajuma Nasenyana told the Daily Nation.
Nasenyana wonders why European skincare companies that push lightening creams are entering Kenya marketing the European standard of beauty.
“Their leaflets are all about skin lightening, and they seem to be doing good business in Kenya. It just shocks me. It’s not OK for a Caucasian to tell us to lighten our skin,” she said.
Despite her beauty and that of women like her, Nasenyana is dismayed that while she is heralded abroad for her dark skin, at home she is seen as less than ideal.
I am going to an Indian wedding next Friday. I am making the two blouses to wear with my Saris. This one is red and is for the Nikkah ceremony. This fancier sari will be for the entire day.
I heart Chemistry
Boost the signal!
Reblogging because this is important.
Because everyone has that one thing that drains their money. Mine is my sewing.