Thursday, February 28, 2013

High School 101

Today has been something else. I just love how no matter what anyone says or do everyone feels they have the right to judge someone else and still themselves do wrong. If you are an angel and has never done anything wrong then, you are lying to yourself. If you are in high school or reminiscing on the days when you were, I'm pretty sure other people judging you is not the first memory that willingly comes to mind. You might be lucky and go to some cool artsy school where uniqueness and individuality is encouraged and embraced. That's an hilarious concept at my school. Pshh individuality... What is that? I value my skill of not caring what other people say or do. Don't get my wrong, I do take it into consideration, with this blog I must. In everyday life, I want to make my own decisions and not be criticized. Are your friends there to judge you or support you... or both? Maybe all this stress is an illusion. IB course work is getting to my head and the stress of college piles on. Speaking of college, I am scheduled for a few SAT classes at MIT for this weekend. I should be ecstatic and thrilled but, now that my weekend time has been consumed by yet more rigorous course work, I am beginning to question the meaning of life. I wonder how philosophers came to conclusions on life. I should probably move to Maine and live in seclusion for a month or two. I would have plenty to share with you guys about my outlook on life. I am pretty sure the birds and bees out in the woods don't care about my Tory Burch bracelet or Louis Vuitton bag. I always struggle in the morning with what type of judgement I am willing to endure. Meaning will I go all out and just wear any outfit I please or take in consideration that I am being judged and put something a bit more conservative on. With a bit of coffee, I could go either way. For some people they are stuck in a constant routine, could they teach me there techniques. hahaha
Grammarly yours, Highschool Drama Queen, MsRandomKitty;*
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Monday, February 18, 2013

Pink & Tory Burch


LOL Does that count as a selfie?? ;* This weekend I have a few extra days to procrastinate and travel out to a few outlet stores and do some damage. With midterms just passing, SAT's, and college applications approaching, retail therapy was a must. I mean, could there ever be too much of any type of therapy! Especially splurging on a few cute items that I would totally count as an investment into my closet! Over the weekend I purchased a some arm candy from Coach, Guess, and Tory Burch. My favorite article that I wore over the weekend was a jean Tory Burch dress. Adorable and totally worth it! The gold buttons on the dress really caught my attention and lead me into actually trying on the dress in the first place. My eye is always drawn to the smaller details so, I guess that is why this dress and I are a perfect match. Hahaha at least, that is what I told my mom! ;)

I think that pink button up underneath is a gorgeous pop of color and really attracts attention towards this dress. I am expecting to see jeans being worn in many creative ways this spring/summer. With different shades, colors, and textures for jeans... There are endless possibilities of how you could re-create this look!

Grammarly yours, MsRandomKitty ;*

Sunday, February 10, 2013

New England Blizzard 2013


I could discuss how during this massive storm rampaged through the Northeast and turned off the electricity of almost 700,000 homes and businesses but, I'm pretty sure everyone has been traumatized by every news channel. So I'll share how my brother made his first snowman! Even though it's a bit abstract, it has a face and therefore it is a snow man :) No electricity does wonders to 3 siblings stuck in the house, with nothing but board games and chores. I never thought I would miss electricity so badly! 


Aside form mounds of snow, there was fierce winds on top of it to blow all the snow around. Woo hoo, great. Apparently, this storm was similar or worse to a storm in 1978. The storm in 1978 had similar conditions except people felt that they could still drive causing; multiple car crashes, starvation in freezing cars, and more. This time around authorities placed bans on driving and opened up shelters for people who probably didn't have electricity or a safe environment. 

To keep myself sane, I curled my hair the old fashion way, with rollers and candles. Pageant weekend + no electricity = survival of the fittest (fittest pageant girl that is...). If you were in the northeast or boston, what were the conditions in your area? Was there feet of snow in front of your door? Or did your car get plowed in? How did you entertain yourself with points of limited electricity.

Grammarly yours, MsRandomKitty ;*

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