I received the Versatile Blogger Award from Lou! Thank you dear. Take a look at Lou’s innovative blog where she develops her idea of renting ready-to-wear. Happy fashionista not ruined by her passion. An example to follow.
I shall now proceed with the award and write seven things about me. Revelations ahoy…
In grade school I got teased about wearing pink all the time. So in jr. high and high school I went the opposite way, clothing myself only in black. Now pink is back from its shame prison. It feels so liberating to openly claim “pink is what defines me as a person – tender, delicate, girly and playful”.
When I lived in the U.S., I was so into ballet. My dream was to make it professionally. I adore how Americans are generous with compliments. I hadn’t been used to that, and it totally boosted my self-esteem.
My life in Paris was hard and sweet, all at the same time. In the City of Lights you can easily feel like nothing. There are so many glamorous things going on. Invitations to these are hard to get. Finding you in the midst of the crowd is a challenge.
I was born in Finland but I dislike snow, and winter for that matter. My dream is a white house on the seaside, overlooking the beach where I would go for early morning jogs and quiet, prayer-stretching times.
My favorite places are parks in big cities. Or modern art museums. I love to linger on in these spaces, feeling thankful and a part of something bigger. I thrive on the contrast between the masses and my special own space. Subways both entice and get me a bit fidgety.
My moods are very much connected to my bodily sensations. If I feel great inside, I am confident and ready to smile the day away. Whereas, if feeling stuffed or bloated, I can get bluesy. My moods can change quite fast, too. I hate this. It makes me a victim of my own brain.
Finding more power within in regards of controlling my sentiments is my biggest challenge. That will be the key to many little ailments that sometimes pollute my otherwise happy days – panicky sensations, sudden spells of weird shyness, desire to reduce the size of my tummy – all useless stuff, really. But things that, I believe, many of us struggle with. The downside of it: the above buggings take energy from things that really matter. Fashion is one of my ways of getting away from these profaning internal discussions and getting out there to real life.
There there… I opened up my glittery bag. Hopefully it was beneficial, and you could relate to some. Openness has always been my game. Here are my sweet nominees:
- Thank the blogger who nominated you.
- Write seven things about you.
- Nominate 15 bloggers.
- Let them know of their nomination.
- Add the logo and award rules.