What’s making me happy today: the roses are in bloom outside the church beside the theater.
I don’t know what is more annoying: when I try to post photos from my phone’s gallery, the posts disappear and never show up, or when I try to post from the tumblr app, the last 12 pictures I have taken on the phone don’t show up as options. Either way #mobilepostingFAIL
This is exactly my take on nutrition.
I love this quote so much I want to frame it to hang in my kitchen.
I’m pretty sure this is my new life philosophy.
No, of course I didn’t just literally tear up over a quote about cake.
I love the thoughtfulness of this article—analyzing but appreciating the film for perspective and design versus accuracy. There are plenty of clothing blogs trashing the movie already and arguing over the lack of period accuracy, and that’s totally fine when it is SUCH a period film. But as someone who just plans to enjoy the decadent world of the film (and hopes it is good!), I appreciate this thoughtful approach to looking at the costumes.
From Clothes on Film
To find him, she need only ignore all keep out signs, go through every locked door, and run towards any form of danger that presents itself.
Business as usual, then?
|—||Doctor Who, “The Crimson Horror”|
A (hopefully wearable) muslin of Amelia dress, about to ship off to NYC. Decided to use upcycled vintage sheet as had nice weight and stretch for a bias cut dress. Besides, makes it actually potentially wearable rather than just muslin!
Also, contemplating real blogging once more, not sporadic sewing posts on Tumblr. Knowing my life and schedule, will probably be once more a failed attempt. But, hey, never know unless you try (and try, and try….)
“Hold my hand, Doctor. Try to see what I see. We’re so lucky we’re still alive to see this beautiful world. Look at the sky. It’s not dark and black and without character. The black is in fact deep blue. And over there! Lighter blue. And blowing through the blueness and the blackness, the winds swirling through the air. And there shining, burning, bursting through, the stars! Can you see how they roll their light? Everywhere we look, the complex magic of nature blazes before our eyes.”
↳ Vincent and the Doctor
Probably the most magical scene in Doctor Who. I know, I thought I’d go back to making this thing about sewing and designing, not fandom, but…Well, again, most magical scene ever.
Thank you, Good Reads, this was totally worth breaking my unintentional tumblr fast.
I found out about this challenge a little late to participate…I’m behind on several major show-related sewing projects as it is. However, having numerous 1940s patterns sitting at the very top of my to-do list (both for myself and others), I am putting this here as a note that even if I miss the deadline, it’s a mighty goal! Besides, looking at everyone else’s ’40s pieces on the blogsphere is quite inspiring!