Actually I was kinda obsessed with them all week, and it’s only 2 specific dogs and one cat. My parent’s pet dogs Lulu and Sooner and the cat, Linty, named for her fluffy grey hair.
I’m back from my vacation and although I had an amazing time (posts about some of the cool things I learned at the Transforming Cloth course coming soon!) I’m happy to be home. I missed the city! Especially it’s coffee shops, sushi, and lack of creepy crawlies! Oh sure there are bugs here, just not the abundance of daddy long-legs, black beetles, and horseflies that are in the country. Eeech! But one thing I long for that my country-fied parents have that I don’t is pets. No pets allowed in my condo. which also means no cuddly soft lick your face tail wagging cuteness.
Thankfully I got my fix, for a little while, and even brought home something to remember them by. Lovely little hairs stuck to the bottom of my suitcase.
This is Lulu getting buried in the sand. She must have liked it because she stayed there for quite awhile.
This is Sooner. He likes to dig and romp around like a big kid!
And last but not least Linty. She likes to meow lots but generally stays out of view.
Conclusion: I think every home is not complete without a pet. Now all I have to do is convince my landlord of that!
I’ve noticed an animal trend lately that I’m totally on board for. Pandas are so cute and furry. I just want to pet and snuggle one, although I doubt they would return my love in exactly the same fashion. I’ve seen panda fashion, accessories, and home decor everywhere! I think I may have to invest in some black and white items of my own.
Click on the pictures to link to the source. Most of them are for sale!
and finally a super cute video of pandas and a slide. Awwww
Conclusion: Panda (haiku)
He’s so very kind,
Black, and white, and very big,
China’s very own.
Yuki Star Uzumaki
dip dye/ ombre hair
What a fun summer look! How could I not try it out?
Conclusion: After 5 years of not dyeing my hair, taking the plunge into color turned out to be a very good thing indeed!
In winter I feel it’s always necessary to keep your legs covered. There’s less chance of frostbite on your stems and and if you chance to slip on the ice you won’t give the street a show. You hear that trashy bar chick!? –20, bare legs, and shirt/dress not cool!
Wolford, located in Calgary in Fashion Central, is tights couture. They have tons of patterns and colors, as well as stockings and undergarments. Prices range from $40 –$60 for tights but can go higher for specialty ones. These Artiste Tights with real bootlaces are $225, but they do look amazing!
Sousan Tights these are my fave, so 60’s.
Leo Tights Rawr!
Conclusion: I’m keeping my legs covered until April, or at least till the next Chinook.