things to do this summer

1. have at least one bonfire at the river, that includes marshmallows
2. save up and buy some decent plimsoles or something
3. get layers in hair!
4. do some painting
5. succeed in not getting sun burnt, not even once.
6. actually reply to safira's letter
7. buy some decent hair products
8. wear my hair down! no more buns.
9. midnight swimming
10. roadtrip.
11. beach! at least once
12. actually read something
13. not accumulate fines on library card
14. throw a party or something/sleeepover in house truck
15. clean out house truck.
16. live music
17. buy/obtain at least half of the albums on wishlist
18. go stationary shopping with lize when she gets back
19. helix piercing
20. not be lazy, exercise
21. make sure all my friends know how awesome i think they are
22. take as many photos as possible



girlfriend in a coma, i know
i know - it's really serious

there where times when i could
have 'murdered' her
(but you know, i would hate
anything to happen to her)
-the smiths




wish i lived someplace like america so i could buy cheap designer stuffs on ebay. i decided this after finding this blog. i love the idea of buying genuinely beautiful well made things for a pittance because someone else didn't want them anymore. sigh.
in other news, i parted ways with my boyfriend. thing is, it's okay because i've been reading enough feminist novels lately to make me feel way too empowered to even want any guys around.


real men don't rape

hand tinting photographs, coffee cake, reading feminist novels, liking kurt cobain more than ever after i read this quote:

"Rape is one of the most terrible crimes on earth and it happens every few minutes. The problem with groups who deal with rape is that they try to educate women about how to defend themselves. What really needs to be done is teaching men not to rape. Go to the source and start there." Kurt Cobain


old soul

i was going to rant about the joys of tripods in this post, but instead i'll commiserate about the lack of Topshop stores where i live. Even though it's dangerous i've been checking out their website...and i've selected a few favourites (read: items to add to shopping basket and then degectedly decide that i cant afford). hmm i like these, que wistful sigh.


mr dibble

went to Paul Dibble's studio today, with school. it was quite last minute actually, but seemed layed back & quite intense at the same time.



at home, reading feminist literature and doing a photo shoot.