May 24, 2010

my new favorite celebrity couple

If I can't have him then I'm happy that she's got him. Besides, I've already got my own Ryan. These two make such a cute & somewhat normal celebrity couple, the way he's playfully pretending to punch her in the face and lifting her up in the air like a dancer. Who does that? It's so weird yet so cute. I really think that these two are just right for each other. They both got their start on cheesy TV shows, Ryan on the Mickey Mouse Club and Michelle on Dawson's Creek. They have both grown into great actors who now choose interesting and off-beat roles. I really can't wait to see their new movie Blue Valentine. They have also both already experienced being in highly public relationships with co-stars. I really hope it works out for the two of them. Matilda needs him around too.

May 20, 2010

my other favorite model (Liya Kebede)

Model Liya Kebede was born in Ethiopia, and she got her start modeling in Chicago. She is also a mother of two and a natural beauty with a humanitarian mind. Check out the website for her company LemLem.

May 11, 2010

meet my boyfriend

My boyfriend's name is Ryan and I love him very much, especially since he thinks this is hilarious too. He came over one night and found me giving him a makeover, with the help of Marie Claire. He even came up with the idea to upload a photo of my cat and make her look real sexy too. Unfortunately, that didn't work. I highly recommend doing this if you are in need of some laughs. It helped me get through my finals week, that and drinking. I am now on summer break and have much more time to continue these fascinating blog posts for all three of my readers. I have a special request. Please share your really funny makeovers with me. Thank you, come again.



May 5, 2010

never post a new blog entry after having a drink

I will admit that I am a big fan of the television show The City, and after watching the latest episode, I felt the need to do a little research on Jeremy Scott. He is, apparently, an emerging designer who has dressed Madonna, Peaches, Bjork and Lady Ga Ga. Ever heard of them? After looking at his website, I realized that his clothes are not for me. Which isn't to say that I don't like his stuff. I like his ideas and the playfulness of his clothes. He is the epitome of a wearable art designer. What was I expecting? When it comes to fashion, I am much more of a minimalist, jeans and T-shirt type, with a touch of granny. I would never wear his clothes, and obviously not many people would. He knows that. Well, maybe I would wear something of his on Halloween if I wanted to go as a butterfly, ice cream cone, or my elementary school band teacher (he really did wear those tuxedo T-shirts). I have a collection of outer space related T-shirts in my closet which continues growing, so I shouldn't really be the judge. I also don't dress celebrities, just myself.