Still. Faced with the option of editing my essay or writing something fun about the wonders of the Internet, it was an easy choice to
I found this dress while perusing McCall's. And then I promptly forgot about it. So re-finding it yesterday was nothing short of a small miracle. I celebrated with shouts of joy and a celebration dance.
I watched Titanic over the weekend at an undisclosed late time. And then I couldn't go to bed because I was crying too much (over the random characters, not Rose and Jack--couldn't care less about their plotline, sorry folks), so I looked online at all the 1912 clothes!
My introduction to Phantom was not with Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman or even Gerard Butler and Emmy Rossum. Nope, I watched the 25th anniversary with Ramin Karimloo and Sierra Boggess (not actually true; I read Gaston Leroux's book back in high school, but for these purposes, it's Ramin and Sierra). And at the same time that I fell in love with the show in its entirety, I fell in love with this lovely blue gown that Christine wears after "Masquerade" in the second act until "Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again". I want to make it...as soon as I can figure out a reason to sew an 1870s bustle gown.
I'm hoping to cook more next year--despite not having a kitchen in my dorm building--so I've recently gone on a find-dinner-food-recipes kick recently (which caused a pause in my almost incessant repinning of the sweet stuff), and this soup made me excited. Vegetarian, protein, sounds yummy? Check, check, check!