Saturday, August 27, 2011


I thought I'd do a cheeky post before i went away, as i don't want to get into a habit of leaving it too long between writing. I'm off to Cherbourg this evening, and i hope this trip to France will be as pure amazing as the last. My friend Gemma and i visited Dol De Bretagne and Rennes, at the end of July and stayed in a rather ram-shackle campsite, turned out to be the best holiday I've probably ever had, and met the most amazing people who we're planning to visit this October in London. The pictures above, were of one pretty spectacular night there. My results were average, though there was a few surprises, in Chemistry the E I was predicted was turned into a B, and My A* in Drama was definitely one to be happy about. I am also seriously thankyou to my 27 followers, you all make me very very happy! Au Revoir. xxx

Wednesday, August 24, 2011


-excuse the blurry, bing isnt the most reliable source for pictures. Mila Kunis, (That 70's show, Family Guy, Forgetting Sarah Marshall) is Ukrainian born and 28 years old. and probably the most beautiful person ever. the top picture is what i'm going to try (and maybe fail) to copy. make up wise. wish me luck
GCSE results tomorrow, always a good one. sick feeling is creeping up my stomach, think i'd better go to bed and stop thinking about it or i might cry. oh well, see how it all goess. good luck to you if your also going to get results tomorrow, i have the deepest sympathy for you

Sunday, August 21, 2011

love is what you want

"Tracey Emin is one of Britain’s most celebrated contemporary artists. This major survey exhibition covers every period of her career, revealing facets of the artist and her work that are often overlooked. The exhibition features painting, drawing, photography, textiles, video and sculpture, in works that are by turns tough, romantic, desperate, angry, funny and full of longing. Seldom-seen early works and recent large-scale installations are shown together with a new series of outdoor sculptures created especially for the Hayward Gallery.
Since the early 1990s, Emin (b.1963) has used her own life as the starting point for her art, exposing the most harrowing and intimate details of her personal history. Sometimes confrontational or sexually provocative, her work resonates with the ‘personal political’ legacy of feminist art while at the same time speaking to relationships in general. Disarmingly frank and yet often profoundly private, much of Emin’s art – as this show makes clear – is also animated by her playful and ironic wit.
This show features works containing explicit images and words. Under-16s must be accompanied by an adult."

green accents

looking forward to autumn clothes now that the sunshine has let us down. having a wonderful summer though, i'm very excited as this weekend i am going to Cherbourg with my friend, and plan to really spend some hard earnt money. this asos photoshoot has only encouraged my aspiration to learn to skate. could be dangerous.