The thought of heaven seems impossible until today.
I get the feeling I get nearer by the day
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“Fashion is the most powerful art there is. It’s movement, design and architecture all in one. It shows the world who we are and who we’d like to be. Just like your scarf suggests that you’d like to sell used cars.”- Blair Waldorf, Gossip Girl
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Before I introduce you to Jasminedirectory.com, a business web directory, let’s talk a little about the benefits of being listed.
Why list on a business web directory?
To put it simply, listing in a business directory can help you promote your business by establishing a robust web presence at the very least. These days, people no longer hesitate to advertise their products and services online. The online population has increased so tremendously, no one can actually say their “not connected”.
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A new issue of SauceINK is out on digital newsstands
(a few days ago)!
This issue, SauceINK had a little talk with the owner of mylittlebow (yes, one of the blogshops featured in the first chapter of my Blogshop Galore), talked about summer, the Royal bride, and the bloggers shared some personal tips on fashion and beauty!
I manage to get my connection back at about close to 4am. Well, clearly I’m not able to finish up a long post about my wonderful trip down (make a guess) today, so I’m gonna just post a photo and let you guess?
Here’s a clue, something about me is different. Where I went was where I had it changed. It’s pretty obviously, no?
Samsung Mobile presents Street Squad. Check out the video!
Black Beauty happens to be one of the novels I used to read when I was much younger. It was the one and only novel written by Anna Sewell in 1877, composed in the last years of her life. Apart from forthrightly teaching animal welfare, the novel also teaches how to treat people with kindness, sympathy and respect.
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Photo credit: darkq.net
When the going get’s tough, the tough goes Google.
I was tasked to take a look and give some comments on gay Romania, a blog that talks about homosexual. Unfortunately, the site is in a foreign language, Romanian to be precise, which made my job pretty tough. Fortunately, someone created Google Translate (explains my first statement)!
According to Google’s translation, DarkQ.net was born about three years ago. The site maintains a constant flow of articles and the number of visitors has been growing.
The blog started out restricting only a selected group of people to post entries. Now, anyone can register and add thoughts, impressions, criticisms, reviews (of gay clubs, shops, etc).
Through time, the folks running the site implemented the members submission feature, which allows gay friendly people to express themselves in front of a growing number of visitors of the blog.
But before you head off to register and start posting, here are some things to take note:
You can read more on how-to, what not, and what to at HERE!
It’s really tough when you can barely understand the titles without having them translated. So far, the articles that I sent on Google Translate’s way were… well, different.
In one entry, Arhiva pentru Luxor talks about “Crime to be yourself: homosexuality”. Although I had it translated, the sentenses didn’t flow very well, therefore, I couldn’t really understand everything. That said, what I caught from the entry was that it wasn’t written in a “writer mode” but a “blogger mode”. The piece was personally, it shared thoughts of what the author/blogger was thinking, what happened, etc.
Anyway, if you understand the language, this is a pretty decent blog to spend some time on. If you don’t but still want to read homosexuality in a foreign land, there’s always Google Translate. The only downside is that English and Romanian are structured quite differently so direct or slightly modified translations just don’t make the cut.
Work’s out (same goes for school, I hope) and the weekend is about to begin! To celebrate our weekend freedom, Stripes & Lines are giving away two awesome watches to two lucky readers!
Three simple steps to participate!
Stripes & Lines (http://www.stripesnlines.com)
Time is Love. Find yours, keep it!
Stripes & Lines is a Singapore based blogshop that aims to give their customers the perfect gift, which is time. The shop features a variety of well-crafted fashionable watches along with accessories all at affordable pricing.
Enjoy 10 percent off by quoting “PRINCESSASABRINA” upon your order!
Note: Closing date on July 22, 2011 at 2pm. Only applicable to residents in Singapore.
WOW! Come to think of it, I can’t remember the last time I wrote under my “Dear Diary” journal, can you? The last couple of months I’ve been totally focused on Fashion and Shopping, I’ve totally neglected sharing my personal life with you (not that you care, I’m guessing).
Anyway, the other day I was doing a “shoot” with my DSLR, tripod and trigger. In other words, I was camwhoring at a whole new level. The shoot failed miserably. I completely forgot to set the focus point on me. The camera focused on this particular plant we had on the balcony and totally blurred me out. It’s quite sad really.
Anyhow, while triggering away, Uncle Glenn brought dear Lucas to the balcony…
Lucas gets all the attention.
I ended photographing the kid instead!
See how he LOVES the camera?!
I don’t fancy kids that much, but you have to admit, Lucas is one good looking fella!