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Queen of pain

Alanis Morisette - King of pain

Make up haul

Moonless night

217 - Rosa antico

Here comes the sun (and the rain)

Outside the rain is fallin', but I don't care 'cause I've got the sun inside:
  • I've passed the job interview and I'll begin to work on November
  • I've finally cut my hair
  • I've met new friends
  • Tonight pizza + cinema with my friends
  • Stereophonics live in London 10th & 11th march! I hope I'll be able to go to the concert!

Great looks

So inspiring

The Lives of the Muses

It was a lovely end summer day in Edinburgh. I was walking down the streets of Grassmarket, when my eye was catched by a small second handed shop. I walked in and then I saw it: it was lonely on the shelf and it was waiting for me.
We became inseparable at the ridicolous price of 3 £.

"The lives of the muses" by Francine Prose
In her fascinating and provocative new book, National Book Award finalist Francine Prose explores the complex relationship between artist and muse.
The Lives of the Muses is a collection of exquisitely written biographical essays on nine remarkable women and the artists they inspired. Among the nine muses there are many variations on the theme: from the young Alice Liddell, who inspired Oxford don Charles Dodgson to write Alice in Wonderland, to celebrities in their own right such as Gala Dali and Yoko Ono, who defy the stereotype of the muse as a passive beauty put on a pedestal and oppressed by a male artist. The muses are: Hester Thrale (Samuel Johnson); Alice Liddell (Lewis Carroll); Elizabeth Siddal (Dante Gabriel Rossetti); Lou Andreas-Salome (Nietzsche, Rilke and Freud); Gala Dali (Salvador Dali); Lee Miller (Man Ray); Charis Weston (Edward Weston); Suzanne Farrell (George Balanchine); and Yoko Ono (John Lennon).

Here you are the muses:

Hester Thrale

Alice Liddell

Elizabeth Siddall

Lou-Andreas Salomè

Gala Dalì

Lee Miller

Charis Weston

Suzanne Farrel

Yoko Ono

Smokin' hot

Kings of Leon - Sex on fire

Simply Gorgeous

Perfection is not when there is no more to add, but no more to take away.
Antoine de St Exupery


Ganesh - I've been thinking about you

Let's smile!

They say a smile is an inexpensive way to change your looks.
But if you add a gourgeous new
burgundy nail polish, it will surely be a beautiful day.

Movies and TV series Mania

Attempting to impress his ideologies on religion, relationships, and the randomness (and worthlessness) of existence, lifelong New York resident Boris Yellnikoff rants to anyone who will listen, including the audience. But when he begrudgingly allows naive Mississippi runaway Melodie St. Ann Celestine to live in his apartment, his reclusive rages give way to an unlikely friendship and Boris begins to mold the impressionable young girl's worldly views to match his own. When it comes to love, "whatever works" is his motto, but his already perplexed life complicates itself further when Melodie's parents eventually track her down.

Funny, witty, nihilistic and sardonic.
One of the best movies that I saw recently.

A drama about one of New York's most prestigious ad agencies at the beginning of the 1960s, focusing on one of the firm's most mysterious but extremely talented ad executives, Donald Draper.

I started watching the first season earlier this week, and I can't stop thinking why I didn't saw it before.


The harder that you try baby, the further you'll fall

Jack Johnson - Flake

You can't connect the dots looking forward: you can only connect them looking backwards

On Tuesday I send my CV...and this afternoon they called me for a job interview the next tuesday!
I'm so happy and excited!

Sugababes - Hole in the head

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