Enjoying my last few days in Arizona; It's also the final day of 2011. Thank God my entire 2011 was fabulous. Really looking forward to the coming year, I got a feeling, my 2012 would be a blaaasssst!!! Kisses, xx
Sometimes I wonder if every couple really secretly pick the Christmas gift for their other half; or they are hinted what to get beforehand. Honestly, the "surprise gift" doesn't work for us. Patrick is really good at picking a cute card, but really, not the gifts, or even the gift packaging :P I really like this festive holiday bag, and therefore, I made it a Christmas gift from Patrick for me. :D
Well, here is my outfit for Christmas. Hope you are all having a great Xmas night. I am in front of my laptop and the TV, of course, with my dear family--Waffle and Patrick. :) Cannot be more content than spending quality time with the loved ones, see you soon and again, Merry Xmas, y'all!! xx
Does anyone notice that Forever 21 has lots of great pieces this season? Colorful winter clothes, sequin tops, glitter shoes…and they are all under 15 bucks!! Electric blue and pink are two of my favorite colors, they are so bold and fun to wear; and these two together only cost me $20, oh shoppers' paradise…:)
Yeah I am back for the holidays!!!! This time I am staying for more than half a month and we are traveling……nowhere! Ha, yes, I am just gonna stay in Phoenix for the Xmas and the New Year. It's too tiresome for a lazy person like me to arrange any trip and I am totally content with staying at home with Waffle and Patrick for "there's no place like home for the holidays" !!! Anyways, it's a great week before Xmas for me and how I missed the holiday ambiences in the States…the decorated shop windows, the limited edition holiday drinks, the free two days shipping for online shopping, the home decor, the apple cider, the cranberry sauce and the peppermint bark everything……awww how so very hungry I am……gonna go for my late night snacking and see you soon with lots of photos!! Kisses, xx.
(Went to Le Nord, one of the restaurants of the famous French chef Paul Bocuse.) I know I know, it's been a long time…I decided to take it easy in December, after all, it's the holiday season!!! I have been in the vacation mode since the beginning of month…but Christmas is very near so I guess it's time to post my holiday outfit and purchase…so stay tuned…I will be back soon… By the way, the photos were taken in November…haha
Photos were taken at the Odeon of Lyon, a Roman theater built in the early to mid second century. I literally knew nothing about Lyon before I came here; The mere knowledge I have for the city was "old, historical, pretty city with two rivers." Now, each time I visit somewhere in town, I find myself in stunned silence from recognition of yet another tier of the beautiful city. I earnestly believe that a great city stands for a form of literature in itself; any building, heritage, street or river can be a poem, prose, drama or a novel. As I see it, the Odeon of Lyon is an epic. An epic that chants the ancient glory, the legacy of the Roman Empire and the rise and fall of the city. And us, posing unscrupulously at the oldest heritage site of Lyon, strive to perform a farce, an absurdist comedy for you. I hope you enjoy our presentation of the encounter of the historical and the modern, the clash of the classic and the eccentric!!
Les photos ont été prises à l'Odéon de Lyon, un théâtre romain construit au deuxième siècle. Je ne savais rien à propos de Lyon avant mon arrivée; La simple connaissance que j'ai concerne la ville était «vieux, historique, jolie ville avec deux fleuves». Maintenant, chacun fois que je visite quelque part en ville, je me trouve dans un silence stupéfait à la reconnaissance d'un autre encore un autre aspect de la belle ville. Je crois sincèrement qu'une grande ville se trouve en soi une forme de littérature; tout bâtiment, du patrimoine, de la rue ou d'une rivière peut être un poème, une prose, un drame ou un roman. À mon avis, l'Odéon de Lyon est une épopée. Une épopée que chante à la gloire antique, l'héritage de l'Empire romain et la montée et la chute de la ville. Et nous, posant sans scrupules sur la site plus ancien patrimoine de Lyon, nous nous efforçons de réaliser une farce, une comédie absurde pour vous. J'espère que vous apprécierez notre présentation, de la rencontre de l'historique et les moderne, le choc de la classique et l'excentrique!!