101 Dalmatians was one of my favorite disney movies growing up, I loved the evil villain Cruella, she scared the crap outta me lol. Also, I absolutely adored the way the film was animated. It was drawn in the hip, jazzy beatnik style of the sixties. I'd love to live in a house like the one Roger and Anita had haha. I watched it again last night and fell in love with it all over again, so I thought I'd share a few of my favorite screenshots from the film :)
It has been a CRAZY, stressful week. But somehow it went by extremely fast, thank God lol. I still have so much to do this weekend, however. I'm so overwhelmed with life right now, personal decisions, sophomore year of school decisions and crazy family decisions. This week I was just praying for the spirit of contentment, because I have a real issue with waiting on God's timing, even though my name is Patience lol. I'm always worried bout my future, career wise, and who I'm going to marry. I've got to learn to drop it though, and focus on God's timing.
pic from weheartit.com
For my Valuing Through Literature class, I'm reading Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, which I've already read a few times, so it definitely doesn't seem like homework, but a good read instead.
I adore this class love story, it's so real. Realer than people realize actually...
So after reading one of my fellow bloggers (called That Good Good Blog) post about doing a little Goodwill thrifting, I had to take a trip over to Goodwill myself, and do a little huntin :) I found two great items for less then 6 dollars.
I got a great little black, crossbody bag, and an awesome 80's sweater to go with it. Its kinda of an earthy toned, girly version of a classic Bill Cosby sweater, with a nice low V-neck that zips up. Its so oversized and cozy! After I tried it on, it made me want to go back home all the way to Kansas City to sit in front of the fireplace, to soak up its timeless warmth and nostalgia. Gosh I miss our fireplace lol. I can't wait to go back home for Thanksgiving!!! Until then, I shall wrap up in the cozziness of my "Cosby" sweater, and work my butt off in school lol.
Denise was my favorite kid on the Cosby show. She had THEE coolest, eclectic style that I'd always longed to have. It wasn't just the clothes that made Denise cool though, it was her swag, the way she actually wore the clothes. As crazy as they were, they never overpowered her as an individual, and she became my style icon. It's so funny how her daughter Zoe has the same little way of putting different items of clothing together to make something brand new.
I absolutely love the Bonet/Kravitz fam :)