I have had this dress for three years now and it still fits.
Me and the only rose stubbornly growing in my garden.
If that’s not an analogy then I don’t know what is.
Hands down the best magazine I’ve ever bought in my life.
If you like Tudor history then seriously you cannot live without this mag.
It’s available in the UK right now for only £10 (which really isn’t much when you see how many articles are in it).
I know lots of you are fellow Tudor fans, and some of you are from the uK like me, so I thought I’d direct you to this gem.
There is no other way to caption this than Gratuitous Shots Of My Face.
Come on Germany!
My make up today is inspired by the final of the World Cup 2014. I’ve supported Germany from the start (because they are amazing) and I have a reeeeaaally good feeling about the match tonight! I’ve become a footie fan. Yes. It has happened.
(Although I have my political reservations about it being held in Brazil.)
This make up is really experimental and I had to use red lipstick on my eyelids because I have no red eyeshadow but I’m happy with how it turned out. My mother and grandmother think it is ghastly, but my football-loving grandfather (who is a traitor because he’s supported Argentina from the start) liked my warpaint very much!
Blue denim on black denim. Apparently a fashion faux pas, but I think I pulled it off!
Some nice stills from one of my Women of YouTube offerings. I like this top. Two pounds from my local charity shop. xxx
Happy Pride Day to all of my friends in the LGBTQIAP+ community! You’re all so brave and strong and inspirational, and you’ve helped me come to terms with who I am.
Now I feel proud to say: I am bisexual.
You’ve helped wash away my shame and for that I will be forever grateful.
I’m so proud to be a part of this community, and I hope we can continue to support each other so we can grow and learn, and also change the world!
My resolution for this Pride Day is to educate myself on trans issues. Our community is strong and beautiful and diverse, and we need to remember to listen to the groups that aren’t always in the spotlight. Trans women of colour are at the most risk of harm in our whole community, so we have to be there for them and be allies in their fight for respect and equality. I know that we can do it, and I know we can make change happen.
I love you all so much.