Thursday, April 30, 2009

je suis en vie

Today marks the second anniversary of Grégory Lemarchal's death. He died on April 30, 2007 at the age of 23 from results of cystic fibrosis. Grégory is one of my favourite musicians, for his amazing voice, his beautiful lyrics, and his inspiring story.

Saturday, April 25, 2009


I love the Lacoste Red line. It's so crisp and bright and refreshing. Plus, this ad is just way too cool. The model in the beginning is Mr. Fransisco Lachowski of Brazil. He's one of my favourite up & comers.

Friday, April 17, 2009

cheer up and dry your damp eyes, and tell me when it rains

After not talking for an entire day (which is quite exhausting) as part of the National Day of Silence, I logged onto my sadly neglected Myspace to find a comment from none other than Adam Young aka Owl City. It was a completely random, out of nowhere comment which said "Airborn = best book ever!" For those who don't know, Airborn is this awesome book by Kenneth Oppel about luxury airships. It's really quite cool. But anyways, Airborn is one of my favourite books & it was the weirdest thing to log on and find that Adam had left me this comment. He must have gone on my profile & read in my favourite books section. I've gotten comments from musicians on Myspace before (Delays, Workday Release, Rebbeca, Liam Aiken, Tata Bojs, Nightmare of You, Crash Moderns, etc.) but they are usually in reply to a comment I left for them. Anyways, now I'm really pumped & feel like reading Airborn again.

I don't know why this photo is on its side (annoying) but this is what I wore...a few days ago. I got another pair of Docs! They're smooth purple. And they're new this time! $30 on clearance at the DM official online store. I've been lacking inspiration lately....this is a boring outfit. I'm going shopping on Sunday in hopes of finding a new dress for my confirmation of my baptism at church. wish me luck.

Thursday, April 9, 2009


Day of Silence - April 17, 2009
The National Day of Silence brings attention to anti-LGBT name-calling, bullying and harassment in schools. The deliberate silence of participating students echoes that silence, which is caused by name-calling, bullying and harassment. Ending the silence is the first step toward fighting these injustices. Think about the voices you are not hearing on this day. What are you going to do to end the silence?
For information on the intent, how to participate, and more, visit