I originally made this set thinking about a fun date at Golden Gate Park, but being home now in SoCal with this 75 degree weather makes me think this outfit makes much more sense here. My pale limbs are glad to see the sun! Wheewoo
Churches hail from Glasgow and though their second single was released only in September, they’re already rising in popularity. I first heard this song first on some XM radio station in Garrett’s car right as he was about to drop me off. As soon as it came on, he pulled over, turned on the emergency blinkers and announced that we were going to have a dance party. And what a dance party! Their electro-pop song, “The Mother We Share,” has beats you can’t help but move to. Take a listen and have your own dance party!
“Give thanks in all circumstances.”
Reflecting on thankulness, it’s amazing how suddenly your perspective changes from want to gratefulness. I’m thankful, thankful, thankful. For all that You have done, are doing, and will do.
1. some birthday present wrapping 2. kirstie (birthday girl #1) pondering in our lovely apt 3. i am loving this new lipstick 4. ally and i attempted some asian birthday cake for kirstie. turned out a little dense, but still pretty tasty! we used this recipe 5. now onto birthday girl #2, we had waffles for birthday breakfast! topped with pears & blue cheese, apricot preserves, and some choco chips. 6. and then we had waffles in our birthday blanket fort!
It was a really great weekend. Celebrating other people’s birthdays is the best! Also, sorry the pictures are so small. They won’t come out any larger and I suspect it has to do with this layout. Poop!
Kirstie and I had our first experience of a Designathon today. It was basically 7+ hours of being cooped up in a room and frantically busting out some work, which in our case was re-designing several Berkeley restaurants’ logos and menus. We picked Cafe Milano and got our inspiration from the Milan Coat of Arms, but now in hindsight we’re realizing that maybe it wasn’t the clearest of logos. It’s okay though! Twas a good experience and definitely a lot of fun brainstorming, working off of each others’ creative juice, getting to see other peoples’ work, and eating loads of junk food. By the end, though, we were so exhausted and had mushy brains and mushy legs from staring at computer screens and sitting for so long. I think Kirstie got up several times and just did Warrior 2 and Tree poses in the middle of all the designing. I should have joined her but was too busy enjoying the free donuts.
Anyways, here’s the logo that we created! And also, here’s to better luck next time!