are the result of that shopping spree.
That, and these:
Three girls after a long day's work + an empty mall after closing time= lots of entertainment for the cctv cameras.
I can't figure out whether my nails are utterly hideous or refreshingly funky.
I'm living on the edge here.
Adi came to visit us at work yesterday. He missed us so intensely, that he just had to come and see us, before he died from the pain of it all. Oh, and also he had to collect some documents from HR :P Confused about my nail polish, I decided to get Adi's perspective.
The verdict: "You joined Shiv Sena or what?"
After that delicate response, of COURSE, I will mention here that Adi is afraid of butterflies. I have linked this to his FB profile, in order to further embarrass him.
I feel more like Nickelodeon than Shiv Sena. Which is good thing when you are having to write banking letters. My job has only recently started being this hideous. It is just a phase. (I keep telling myself)
I will continue to be girly in this post by telling you about the perfume I bought yesterday.
Nina by Nina Ricci. The bottle looks like an apple. The bottle is half the buy. Really. I am fascinated with perfume bottles.
While buying perfume, one needs to be quite shameless, in order to strike a good deal, asking shop attendants "What can you give me with this?" (freebies, of course)
When they show you something- anything- whatever it is, wrinkle your nose, and say:"Is that all?"
Whereupon they will fall all over themselves to give you more bags and vials and free perfume and such. That's just how it's done. *shrugs shoulders nonchalantly*
Sooch, Divz and I were talking about how perfumes transport you back to the time you used to wear them. A whiff of something familiar, and you're suddenly in a different world altogether. A world that your life used to be.
Before Nina, there was
Weekend by Burberry (which ironically, was my starting-to-work perfume) and
Incanto Shine by Salvatore Ferragamo (which I used for quite a while and reminds me of a host of wonderful things.)
I only hope that Nina Ricci won't remind me of all the banking letters.
Mita just caught me at the printer and said "Wow, what is that heavenly smell?" Yay. Makes it all worthwhile.
Smelling good with Nickelodeon nails. I'm sorted.
This song is stuck in my head after a long time. I've been playing it on loop and listening to it while I sleep. I've been having the most fantastic dreams because of it, and I find it very difficult to wake myself out of them.
These are artists from the Sketchbook Project. Having a look their work really helped me get started.
With my topic, 'Help': The Monster Book
I LOVE this stuff! His illustrations are so detailed and disturbing. In a good way.
Make Mine a Double. I love the idea, it's simple and effective. Love it.
The view from up here. You have to check this out. I love the concept. And the execution!
You'd be home by now. Ah, whimsy! I love.
Science Project Gone Wrong. Bev's lovely work... First blog that I saw :)
There are lots more, that you can check out on the Art House Co op Site.
Such inspiration. I'd better get a move on with mine.