Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Results May Vary (With a Special Surprise for Some of You at the End)


*Casey, a girl with leukemia and undergoing chemo therapy, entered the Body by Victoria "Why I Love My Body" Contest, and she's in second place! What she could win? A trip to New York that includes a spa day, $500 to shop at VS, $500 spending money, and two nights at a luxury hotel. Please vote for her!

*Lego Star Wars is awesome!

*Tonight starts the new season of America's Next Top Model! You know, the one that a bunch of short chicks almost got killed to audition for? Must see TV, I'm tellin' ya.

*Stop apologizing for your weight.

*This is from a while back, but I can't stop drooling over this cake that was made for Nie Nie. I would seriously want to attempt it, but I'm no cake baking expert. If anyone wants to try it out and mail me a slice, though....

walter krudop

*Beatles Rock Band was just released! Do you plan on buying it? I don't play rock band, but I love the Beatles, so I might have to try it out. A couple of my friends plan on spending the day scouring the city for a copy.

*Make a donation to the International Aid for Korean Animals. There is a profound difference between respecting different cultures and condoning torture. I do not believe that we will ever see a society that is vegetarian (nor would I want that, personally), but I do believe that there need to be serious changes made to the way the food industry worldwide treats the animals it slaughters.

love love love

*Dear Vogue-from-a-Couple-Months-Ago: no high fashion Crocs for me, thanks.

milla jovovich (who starred in the awesome movie, a perfect getaway-- see it) by matt jones. the rest here.

*A wonderfully creepy shoot by Craig McDean for Vogue Italia, May 2009.

*I want one of these squishy piggies!

*Natalie Dee totes? Okay yes.

*The other thing I'm loving this week?

Thanks so much to Sydnie at Take Me Out to the Runway for giving me The Splash Award! I'm really, really flattered, especially since the award goes to blogs that allure, amuse, bewitch, impress, or inspire you! Just look at all those great descriptors! After receiving this great little award, I'm supposed to choose up to nine blogs that I feel deserve it in turn. I adore lots and lots of blogs, but for right now, I tag:

Kitty at Abellevie!
Amanda at Blog for No One in Particular
Mary at Hail Mary
Brittney at Lemon Love
Eri at Pretty Portobello
Laura at Ruby Bastille
Jessica at Saturday Jane
Sarah Von at Yes and Yes

All you girls have lovely blogs and are even lovelier people. I hope you share this award with some of your favorite bloggers, 'cause I know getting this award definitely brightened my day! Thanks so much again to Sydnie and to all of you who read my blog!

So, as usual, these are some of the things I'm loving this week, but results may vary. Tell me what you think in the comments!


Kitty said...

What a sweet, brave girl. I totally voted for her. Thanks!

amanda said...

OMFG. I need none of the squashy pigs! I would devote hours of my life to smushing it and watching it come back to life, Lazarus style. HOURS.

Elaine said...

That's amazing of Casey to enter that contest! I'm going to vote for her right now!
And ANTM is a guilty pleasure of mine......totally watching that.
I LOVE the Beatles!!!!
I am Korean and I didn't know about animal cruelty over there! I knew Koreans were fond of dog meat but I didn't realize it involved animal cruelty.... So sad..

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