Eyebrows: The Window to Personality

If you’re a girl, you’ll understand what I mean about those hairs that seem to pop up right in the  of your eyebrows. Some people are lucky enough to not have thick coarse hair, so when you try to wax it off all of that peach fuzz like hair comes off nicely, no problems or hairs left behind. However, others are born with those thick coarse hairs that, despite the savage ripping of wax off ones face, staying perfectly intact where is stood. But maybe it’s not just luck of the DNA pool…

While trying to clear my head of  thoughts relating to anything hair, which much to my displeasure seemed to keep cropping up due to the discomfort radiating from the hot prickly areas recently exposed to the “de-hairing” process, I related my thick stubborn  hair to my even more stubborn personality.

I’ve always had a stubborn streak and have a tendency to hold fast to my beliefs until better ideas are brought to my attention. Don’t get me wrong however, I am usually open to new ways of thinking. Usually. My theory of eyebrow hair relating to one’s personality seemed to hold true to my mother,sister, and father. All of which had the same traits are their eyebrows. So take the test for yourself. Describe your eyebrows then compare them to what you would describe yourself as. Of course everyone is a little biased about themselves so ask a friend to examine your personality and your eyebrows. 😀

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Mirror Mirror Costume designs by Eiko Ishioka

I CAN’T BELIEVE I HAVEN’T WRITTEN ANYTHING IN SO LONG!!! I’m sorry guys, but the long wait has come to an end. I watched Mirror Mirror last night and I loved it. It was hilarious and the humor was almost that of a gag movie. However, despite the lack of seriousness, the costumes were seriously amazing. They were designed by Eiko Ishioka, a costume designer and digital artist. Even though I didn’t recognize her name, which I probably should considering all of her awards, I recognized her many works. Here are some of the costumes from the movie. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS MOVIE!!!

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Field Hockey is an Olympic Sport?

The google doodles are teaching me a lot these last couple of days. For one, I learned that synchronized diving is not as lame as it sounds, archery has gained a lot of followers thanks to the Hunger Games and that I never really took to the time to think that field hokey would be a sport in the Olympics. But hey, they have ping pong right?

I think this is also the first year I have actually watched the Olympics and have been keeping up with what sports are on and when. Usually at this time I am back in Kentucky in the summer and don’t get to watch them. So actually watching consistently for the first time has gotten me excited for archery, volleyball and sailing. Hope you guys are keeping up too!

Go Team USA!!!

A New Month, A New Year

Time flies and already school will be here in about three weeks! I swear I just wrote a post about school ending. :/ I guess all good things must end; at least that’s how I think the saying goes. Hopefully, even with the starting of school, I will still be keeping up with my writing. But with the new school year, if all goes well, a new project I am starting will flourish. Wish me luck!