If there’s one thing I learned from high school history, it’s that Imelda Marcos had over 3,000 shoes… As insignificant as it sounds, this discovery was a huge breakthrough in the development of my character.
At the time I learned this, I thought myself to be a “purse girl.” I was taught that women could be divided into two groups, those that love purses and those that love shoes. It’s like in
How I imagine every day of my life is… #dior #enjoythesilence #depechemode
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Don’t get me wrong, I love going out and having a good time. Especially living in New York City, there’s always a fun event happening at any hour of the day or night. However, there’s something to be said about spending your day off in the sun with a bottle of cheap wine and one of your favorite authors.
I love Anais Nin’smaster of metaphor in describing abstract, yet universal, emotions. Her…