Monday, November 30, 2015

Advent Calendar 2015 - Day 2

The Nutcracker bear wants to dance for us. Showing hi great leap in the air as if to say " I can dance and leap as well as any human." So with leaps of love let us dance with the Dancing Bear from The Nutcracker.

Boston Ballet's Dancing Bear

McQueen Monday #10

  Alright I am going to get right to it and dive in with the first picture. It  is in my favorite color...red. I like the dress and the waist cincher/corset that is with it but something needs to be done with the model's hair. I mean her hair is just BLAH. A store mannequin would have better hair that is if it had a head. I know she is young and has no say so on how she should look but whoever idea it was for this hair style needs to be slapped.

From Alexander McQueen Pre-Fall 2015

  Second outfit and let me see if I can be a little less critical. No I can't be less critical. I call her Mrs. Edward Scissorhands.

 Lovely dress, if you don't mind the pink pampas grass at the bottom and I don't, for Spring 2016. No qualms about the model.

Sunday, November 29, 2015

Advent Calendar 2015 - Day 1

  This is  a tradition that I would like to start for Misha's Blue. This is truly my favorite time of year, even when I don't have the Ho, Ho, Ho spirit or whatever you would like to call it. I guess when it's 80 degrees outside when it is supposed to be in the 60's can make one feel that way. But I feel that the closer it gets to Yule/Christmas the better things will be.

  This first days Advent calendar entry is something I would love to do some day...see a lot of snow and have a nice fire outside to sit by. It would be my first time so I may not know any better.

Friday, November 13, 2015

13 Novembre 2015 - Viv La Paris

 A sad ending to what had been a beautiful day. As we know Paris was attacked by terrorist who are jealous of women and therefore have an inferiority complex. I am being polite in my thoughts here because social graces holds back some worse things I would like to say about these flaming, jealous, small-minded (and an anatomical male part) eejets who like to think of themselves as men. As of now I am assuming these acts of terror were carried out only by men. May they get the shock of their after life when Allah won't have anything to do with them.

Enough about them. I wasted enough breath on them and they are not worthy of being spat on. May they get what they deserve from karma three times. So mote it be.

 Paris will never die. If Paris can survive the hellhound Hitler it can survive his modern day comrades that think that their way of thinking and feeling are the only right way.

The scenes of Paris tonight are heart wrenching to say the least. I have been lucky to know that some of my online friends in and around Paris are fine. Love and prayers go to them.

  In honor of those that were massacred this night and those that have thus far survived I want to share pictures of Paris that will never die because the spirit of good people are stronger than evil ones. besides if we forget, even for a moment, the love and kindness that is Paris then the ones that did what they did tonight will have one and I'll be damned if I will let that happen.


One of the oldest restaurants in Paris - La Vieux Paris


Eiffel Tower

Seine River, Paris

Gare Saint-Lazare

Pere Lachaise Cemetery

La Cagnotte de Bellville

Carousel by the Eiffel Tower

Cathedral de Notre Dame

Sacre-Couer Basilica

Parisian flea market

Rue Mouffetard

Of course the Champ Elysses  and the Arc de Triumph. Paris will again triumph.

Don't forget