I was nominated by the lovely Justine of The Two Cent Chick nominated me to participate in this little question thing that’s cycling around the interweb. I typically don’t participate in things like this, but it seemed fun..
1. What three pieces of clothing define your style?
Right now: Flat Shoes (of any type – I hate heels), Super high-waisted skinny jeans, and scarves.
2. What TV show can’t you get enough of?
I really want to put down a really cool show like Game of Throne or Breaking Bad (both of which I love by the way). But if I’m being truly honest, my guilty please is definitely Pretty Little Liars..
3. Which song will make you smile no matter what?
Semi-Charmed Life. It’s just so upbeat and totally takes me back to being a kid again. Although I must admit now knowing what the song is really about I feel a little weird about that..
4. Most embarrassing moment?!
Oh man, it was middle school. It was a snowy day. I missed the bus. Mom had to drop me off. I see the ‘cool kids’ and try to run across the street to greet them. I fall. Books go flying. I’m bleeding. Mom rolls down the window to see if I’m OK. I want to die. Only recently recovered.
5. One beauty item you cannot imagine life without?
Eyeliner. Even if I’m feeling down, I throw on some eyeliner and I instantly feel better.
6. Book that you’d recommend to anyone?
Saving Bernice. It’s a book about battered women, welfare, and poverty (not exactly light reading). But it taught me a lot and challenged my world view; qualities I value most in a good book.
7. What’s something you achieved on/because of your blog that you never thought was possible?
I got featured in a local magazine, that was pretty cool. Also, I was recently selected to model in Chicago Fashion Week!
8. What blogger(s) would you love to meet in real life?
Any and all of the lovely ladies I interact with on here on a regular basis. I know it sounds weird, but I really feel like ya’ll are my friends
9. Favorite fall fashion item?
Cardigans! They’re a perfect transitional item and they are just so comfy
10. Who’s your celebrity style crush?
Right now, I have to say it’s not an actually real person. I’m pretty obsessed with PLL and the style those gals rock in every episode.
s it turns out, you can make just about anything with a 3-D printer and make it work. When 12-year-old Minghao of China was diagnosed a couple of months ago with Ewing’s sarcoma, a bone cancer typically found in children, his doctors opted for an alternative to the standard treatment. They discovered a tumor on the second vertebra of his spine, and, in lieu of the common titanium tube bone replacement, they decided to put their 3-D printing research and technology to work, reported Reuters. Can’t say technology isn’t increible, can we? Check out the full story here.