Me - No. The only thing I truly struggled with was myself. I've always had a lot of love in my life and the rest was just noise I had to learn to silence.
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Friday, September 11, 2009
As previously posted, reality TV is ruining my life. I'm semi-obsessed with a show called Say Yes to the Dress and it's currently in marathon mode on TLC. It's midnight and I should be working, but instead I'm getting mad at all the ugly, boring dresses woman buy.
Many girls dream of their wedding day their entire life. They have visions of doves and rhinestones and white and flowers and lipstick and... I don't know. Food? I'd just be worried about the food and the music, but enough about me. They all want jaws to drop when they walk down the aisle. Now. What I don't understand is, if you want to blow everyone's brains against the walls, then why are you buying a dress and/or style that six million other woman have worn? Seriously, get adventurous. Oh, and the money! I just watched a chick spend $14,000 on a dress!!! Say what!? For that money I'd expect it to be a beautiful couture style gown, but no. It looked like cats ears glued onto a preschool art project.
My mom made her wedding outfit. I say outfit because she wore bell bottomed pants, a long bell sleeved top and a hood. That's right. My mom wore a hood. Granted if it slipped forward it would have looked like she was spawned by the KKK, but luckily it didn't. She looked like a totally righteous hippy with her red hair spilling out of her white hood. She then cut the whole thing up and used the fabric for our halloween costumes. Haha! Rad.