Tuesday, October 28, 2008

roy orbison was #1 when john mccain graduated

It's been a while since I was insanely drunk. And I mean really good, stinkin', drunk. Drunk to the point where home ranged from someone's car to a park bench.

I don't advocate binge drinking. Usually. But after watching three episodes of "Mile High," that deliciously addicting British TV show that ran in the early 2000s about flight attendants (air hostesses), I would like nothing more than to hit the pubs for a round (or six). Now, if only I had a friend who looked like Marco Bailey aka, the hot guy from "300" who gets his head sliced off in the middle of the movie and makes you not want to watch anymore.

dress. French Connection. scarf. Canal Street (NYC). tights. street market. boots. vintage.

snapshots from the weekend

A get together from the weekend at a restaurant near Assi Plaza in Duluth. It's the only Korean restaurant I know of in the area that's a part of the slow food movement. They own a 7- acre lot in Winder, where they grow all of the vegetables. I'm not sure if they're certified organic, but they list it as so on the menu.

Baby cousin, Yoorim. She's such a diva. This might possibly be the only picture I have where she's not being an absolute terror.

My other cousin, Kyul. He's convinced that he looks like a celebrity in my sunglasses. (I beg to differ.)

Sunday, October 26, 2008

yeah, I feels it.

Regular blogging to commence from this point. I was going through a rough patch after the accident, questions about my "future," and other general life issues. But everything is much better. I know everyone emphasizes communication being the key to life, but it really is.

I've also been spending more time investing in my personal interests. Being a working girl has made me forget that I actually have interests outside of the office. I'm currently taking an introductory Arabic class. I've only been to one class so far, but I'm really enjoying it.

t-shirt. H&M. vest. Aqua. shorts. Alexander Wang. belt. Express. boots. Faith.

Monday, October 13, 2008

dressed in the dark

I found these pics while cleaning out the memory in my camera tonight. I wore this a while back, probably to make weekend coffee runs. Doesn't it look perfect for a fall day in L5P?

This belt is the pride of my belt collection. I picked it up for $2 at St. Vincent de Paul a couple years ago. Volunteering really pays off in the most unexpected ways. :)

top. H&M. skirt. American Apparel. tights. street market. belt. thrifted.


I got tagged by Katlin at Urple!

Six Things About Me
1) I am absolutely obsessed with the Beatles and the life and history of John Lennon.
2) I am lactose intolerant and can only eat a select number of foods for breakfast.
3) I love walking across bridges.
4) I spend many weekends watching sports, mainly soccer and college football.
5) I collect cameras. And shoes.
6) I like to travel to undeveloped or underdeveloped countries.

Six Things I Like
1) Brit hop (Dizzee Rascal, Wiley, The Streets)
2) BBC America
3) Imported beers
4) Books on gender and racial theory
5) Failblog.org
6) Street markets

Six Things I Don't Like
1) Pseudo-intellectuals
2) Bad grammar
3) Asiaphiles
4) Really skinny jeans on boys
5) Social networking sites
6) Codependence

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Tagging......... I suck at tagging, so anyone who reads this, feel free to take this from me and leave me a comment so I can snoop around your lives!

source: selva for Leica photo

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Friday, October 10, 2008


I feel like an unfit mother who has accidentally left her baby alone in the trailer for two days (or two weeks, as that's how long it's been since my last post). Don't worry, I'm coming back before social services decides to take away the baby blog.

I'm going to Athens this weekend. No, not for the UGA vs. Tennessee game. (Cream orange has to be the ugliest color ever created. It should not be given to homeless people, much less worn proudly on the streets.) I'm off to the WANG BANG. (He's so much better than Onch.)

I promise lots of pictures of my favorite things to do in Athens (while everyone else is watching the game).