On Black Friday, when most people were running around and shopping, and I finally had the chance to relax and look at what I had missed on Tumblr, I saw a few people who had done posts of what they were thankful for, for Thanksgiving.
I was super jealous that I hadn’t thought of it (or didn’t have time to, although I had good reason - I was with a bunch of awesome people, celebrating reasons to be thankful!) So, I decided that I am going to post something each day of December about what I’m thankful for… And I am sure that there will be more than one on some days… I am a pretty thankful person! I am going to try this whole “queue” thing out. =)
So be on the lookout for things for which I am thankful, starting tomorrow!
I’ll still be doing my normal random/modeling/makeup artistry posts, but these will be an addition.
“…in an information-rich world, the wealth of information means a dearth of something else: a scarcity of whatever it is that information consumes. What information consumes is rather obvious: it consumes the attention of its recipients. Hence a wealth of information creates a poverty of attention and a need to allocate that attention efficiently among the overabundance of information sources that might consume it”—Herbert Simon, on the “attention economy” (via themadeshop) (via candidlycara)
If I was going to get a boob job, I’d make them bigger than they are… Mine aren’t all that large! Plus, as much as I like to think I’m tough, I’m not one for elective surgery. I guess I’ll take your question as a compliment. =)
To the anonymous person who asked me the other question… I’m not even dignifying that ignorance with a response… This acknowledgement is even more than it deserves, unless you’d like to ask me to my face, or at the very least, somehow other than anonymously!
There is a sweet annual meteor shower going down this week. Click above to check-out Nasa’s calculator that lets you see what time to go outside to see the meteors. I wish there weren’t such light and atmospheric pollution in L.A.
This question is so easy. We are phenomenal. It’s lovely, because I can listen to someone complain about their significant other, or someone they hope is their significant other, or listen to them analyze what things could mean, and so on… And then I’m asked how Tommy and I are, and I always just say “Perfect.”