Friday, May 6, 2011

Seis de Mayo!

Hello, friends! There isn't much anything that is new to talk about. I've just been thesising and working at the Bean Museum and getting sunburns from reading in the sunshine for too long. Mundane, ordinary things.


I also discovered some fun things on the internets that I want to share.

1) The Princess Maker! I spent far too much time making little princesses on this thing.

2) Chameleon Circuit! It's a British indie band that plays songs all about Doctor Who. And speaking of amazing British entertainment...

3) Merlin! It's a fabulous BBC show chronicling Merlin and King Arthur's young adult years. When I discovered this, the 13-year-old Toni kasploded inside me! I have always loved British legends. My poet-crush is Alfred Lord Tennyson, who wrote Idylls of the King, a book of poetry about King Arthur and his knights.

4) Muchness! This is a neat article written about the vivacity of heroines in young adult books, looking specifically at Alice. And finally...

5) Brilliant DI find! Okay, so this doesn't really have anything to do with the internets, but I found a great costume dress at DI a few weeks ago. The dress reminds me of a starry night. Here is a teaser shot...of the sleeve!

I love you all! Have a great Mother's Day weekend!

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