And it’s 2015 already. I think last year was one of the rare ones I can personally look back on and feel happy about. Happiness is a state that makes me lazy and complacent but it’s rather amazing. And I could wish for nothing better than more of it this year. So the happiest 2015 to everyone who’s reading this!
My partner and I saw out the old year by going on our first dinner date in 4 years, and then falling asleep to the Hobbit. Which is probably the most exciting new years eve has ever been for either of us. I was a bit sparkly, maybe a lot sparkly but I wanted to wear my pretty new barrette from my mum in law, and I based the rest of the look around it. The dress is an old Modcloth one which I haven’t worn in a couple of years, and the collar is last summer’s by Johnny Loves Rosie. I was so exhausted by the time we came back, I didn’t even attempt any proper outfit photos! But I love how these turned out anyway, don’t you?
tbh i could care less if ppl think that zayn is being ”’over-hyped”’ and stuff bc outside of tumblr and occasionally twitter zayn IS underappreciated so i don’t have one single problem with ppl hyping the hell out of him. and treating him ‘better’ than all the other boys get treated (which doesn’t rly make sense when you think abt the fact that right out of the gate he gets treated much worse) but honestly i just want to think abt all the desi ppl who aren’t rly interested in 1d but KNOW abt zayn malik and what he’s doing, and all the desi parents who have to hear abt zayn ALL THE TIME and all the desi siblings who hear abt him enough to go and do things LIKE TRY TO MEET HIM AND GET MESSAGES FOR THEIR YOUNGER FAMILY MEMBERS BC THEY KNOW HOW MUCH IT’LL MEAN TO THEM. BUT ALSO TO LET ZAYN KNOW HOW IMPORTANT HE IS AND HOW THEY APPRECIATE HIM JUST BEING HIMSELF???
The Indian film industry would rather hire a white woman from a different country, put her in Indian clothes, give her a fake tan and pass her off as an Indian before they dare hire a darker skinned Indian woman for a lead role. What the hell.
mamangam: school of dance a dream project founded by actress/dancer rima kallingal, who hopes to provide each student an opportunity to explore, understand, and cultivate his/her own style and character in dance. promo video conceived and directed by rima kallingal