Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Throwback: Blame It On Brazil

There is an old Vanity Fair issue, September 2007, with Gisele on the cover that I've got hanging up in my room. I loved her in the spread, shot by Mario Testino of course. They don't call her the goddess por nada, but I've seen enough photos of her that show she's goofy too, and I cannot hate on that. Plus lest us forget about all the other ridiculous beauties of Brazil.


Tuesday, December 29, 2009

en mi cabeza

(photo: Unurth)
I swear, my mind is erratic. I have so many thoughts, mental tangents, that I just don't know how to organize! And this correlates to other, if not all, parts of my life. It's somewhat a miracle I get through half of what I do, and this is on a daily basis. I'm talking outside the basics of showering, getting dressed, eating, and all that bullshit.
Weirdly enough, I know I'll get where I need to go. I'll get it done. Always do, and sometimes better late than never.
I process too much on the daily, and I don't know what to do with it. A advisor/mentor on campus once told me that this is common for people who are right-brain thinkers. I have a tendency to look at the 'whole picture' first then work backwards to put that picture together.

Not being able to organize mentally better drives me crazy though. But there are things I'm always going to be sure of and things I come to be sure of.

Like you, BH., no you may not come visit me here in Phx. Bad idea.
And AMT, I'm wising up when it comes to you, watch it.

But what I'm sure of is 2010, you're gonna be a good year. Compared to 09, any chance at some new anything and everything, it's gonna do much for me.

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Yeaaaaaaaaaaa for the fam.! Just thought I'd post up a flick of me and the baby bro? Best my camera phone can do for now, I'm just in a good mood because of all the family joy.

Merry Christmas errrrrrone.! xoxo.

Monday, December 14, 2009

For Christmas please?

I'd like these two books for Christmas. Never read The Great Gatsby, and for how classic, you think I would've. And Tokyo Vice, I read a few chapters of it and it is RICH in plot. People, if you don't read enough, get with it. Words and knowledge is where it's at.
"Adult or not, you ever hear some shit that you knew as soon as you heard it, it made you grow up a bit more? Yea, I heard some things in that room, sitting at that round table, that made me grow up a little more."

Casi Divas

I LOVE me my foreign films. Spanish, Arabic, Portugese, whatever.
I saw the preview for this on a dvd rented and I immediately checked out the website for it.

Four women from different corners of Mexico,
jockeying for a role in a contest to be made into a movie star.

It's like a novela made into a movie, but way better.
High strung Latin women, make-up, bitch fests in gowns,
who just want to win, because they've never won before.
AND a Santigold track played in the backround on the
trailer. This tells me good things.

Doesn't play in my city though, guess I'll be peepin it on dvd!

Quick rant

    (photo: V Mag)
 So, I was propositioned for a chill sesh by a guy who I've probably communicated with on and off for about a year and a half. We've never met, we live in the same city, but never quite made the time to meet up. Both parties faults.

Sends me a text, we go back and forth, and he asks if I want to come to his casa. Guess homie was staying in that night.

However, for a first time chill sesh, I thought that was kinda personal. I'm sure to guys it probably doesn't matter so much, but as a female, for a first time meet up, I'd rather meet you in public.

Go to dinner, get coffee, whatever. I know you claimed if you wanted to smash, it'd be no problemo, and that you're not that kinda guy. You're cute and all, but lowkey, that weirded me out.

Too soon for first time meet-up, chilling at their casa? I think so.