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Morning Talks with A Minor

What inspires you?
I feel that most of my inspiration comes from the simple things in life rather than the modern technology that the world has to offer. I am a bit old fashioned when it comes to "inspiration" I am inspired my school supplies - pens, pencils, paper, - those are the fundamentals of your creativity. The smell of the new paper when you are about to write or draw on it, and the different smell it has, when you are finished with it. I love charcoal and concentration art. I love the Yin Yang symbol and definition. It represents, the good in the bad, and the bad in the good. Two forces together make up the universe. I love the art and meaning of Hinduism. I love slow gospel songs that represent or mean so much. Especially when the instrument stops and you can hear the deafening harmonious sounds of the choir. I love the sculptures of past Greek goddesses. I love bagel shops, cups of coffee, stacks of good books and sweaters, the season of autumn, where the leaves die and turn colors, spring where leaves sprout up and have new life, old jazz and love songs, walking down the laundry aisle of the supermarket, seeing stands of fresh eccentric produce, reading fashion blogs, and viewing other successful men and women and what they have accomplished in their lives.

How would you define your style?
My style, I like to say, is eclectic. The word alone means deriving ideas, style, or taste from a broad and diverse range of sources. Since I am inspired my the beauties of this world around me, I don't stick to just one type of style.

What are your hobbies? 
I love the arts in general. Fashion, design, drawing/sketching, writing poems and raps, dancing, acting, and photography. I take all of theses hobbies to a limit, I want to master each one. So, since I like such a range of things, I try to include myself in as much as possible. So one hobby or talent remains in the dark while the other one is overdone with light.

What are your favorite fashion pieces?
It would defiantly be elbow patches on pretty much every sweater or cozy knit, velvet, high waist denim jeans, rusty combat boots, platform shoes, (such as creepers, HOMG sneakers, and so forth), and two toned outerwear, 

7 comments:

  1. Inspirational to be honest
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  2. i'll love to do a post on you on my blog. www.beneathmybeautiful.blogspot.com. i hope that will be cool? you inspire me with your style. xx

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    1. Thank you so much this made me smile. :) of course you can! I will have to check out your blog a bit later but I love your blog title.

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  4. Seriously, the girl above hit it right on the nail. You are definitely an inspiration! I've been reading your blog for a couple of months now, and I must say I can relate to soo much. keep up the work girl!

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  5. Thank You so much, as a beginner in blogger, it means a lot to me.. <3 I appreciate this so much

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  6. Lol No problem! I'm a beginner myself. Your blog is what led me to creating mine :)

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