Listen to this song because it's pretty.
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Saturday, August 20, 2011
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Australian magazine vs. British magazine.
"If Disney taught us anything, it’s that Stockholm Syndrome is really romantic if your kidnapper is fluffy and more importantly, that princesses are way thin and pretty. But how thin is thin enough? Super-slender newly royal Kate Middleton somehow didn’t make the cut but thankfully British Grazia was able to do some snipping for her. For their Royal Wedding cover, they eliminated a few of her vital organs (not pictured) in order to give her a more appropriate mannequin silhouette. Sadly, their good deed went noticed against their Australian cover featuring the same image (and I’d imagine the live coverage of the wedding kind of gave them away too)."
-Via Hello Giggles
Pretty disgusting, if you ask me. I'm glad Hello Giggles (a project started by Zooey Deschanel and two of her friends) could bring light to something like this, especially since Zooey is a role model to a lot of girls. Their sarcasm about "removing vital organs" lead me to legitimately wonder...do girls know that what they're striving for isn't REAL?
Friday, August 12, 2011
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
And by a tad, I mean this post is reeeally late. Anyways, about a month ago Tati and I ventured to Blacksburg because Comrades (the band my brother drums for) had a show there. Plus I wanted to check out the city/Virginia Tech. We had a couple of hours to waste before going to set up for the show so we drove around the campus and I saw some green houses and wanted to pull over to adventure (yes I'm turning 'adventure' into a verb). We sort of went off the beaten path, so to say, and found that there was a huge garden area that had been put together by agricultural students at Tech. It was gorgeous and I claimed if I ever go to Tech, I will spend all my time in this place. We hit up a Salvation Army where everything was SO cheap and the worker gave us a free birthday cake. Completely random, but completely awesome. We brought the cake to the show and shared it with everyone and I did merch with Laura, which I always thoroughly enjoy. I love doing this because you meet so many cool people, but it's sad at the same time because most of the people you meet (as in other bands) don't live in the area that you do and so you rarely get to see them. Oh well, that's the way of tour I suppose. Here are some pictures I took while I was there.