Sunday, December 9, 2012
Look at your Game, Girl
Tee, cardie and back-pack: Vintage, Silver jewellery: Gifted+India
See, I was able to resist my constant vest wearing impulse but then ofcourse I went back to my love of crochet, band tees and acid wash skinnies, what can I say I love my little basics. So today I decided to rummage through my bag storage and pull my leather back-packs out, please expect them to be repeated over and over again, its just so easy to dump all that I need to carry around in them. This or a variation of this is something I constantly live in and try as I might to resist I always reach for them when I am getting dressed and don't want to bother over thinking.
Something that's been on my mind recently has been the whole children thinking that they are entitled to something from their parents idea. I mean to think that your parents will pay your rent, your deposit, your phone bills and anything else that you need, just because, is an idea that seriously boggles my mind. Don't get me wrong I don't want to be preachy, for a long time I was a little miffed that I wasn't allowed to go to art school, then I realized since my Dad paid for my education so he wasn't completely wrong in having a say. I should have looked for more avenues to follow my dreams on my own steam. But eventually I have come to a point where I value my independence and love knowing that I am responsible for myself.
What I can't wrap my mind around is ungrateful children who have been given the education and means to support themselves and still make their parents pay for things they want and then sulk if someone else's family does more than their parents do! They expect parents to pay for lavish weddings but don't want to pay for a single thing from their own pocket and if that's not enough, they want to be completely hideous to the person who's footing the bill, like seriously??!!! I mean I really honestly for the life of me cannot understand the thought processes of such human beings. Okay rant over but not really. I really can't wrap my head around this and would welcome insights from anyone who cares to weigh in.
Onto cheerier topics its the weekend yaaay, already past mid-day Sunday here but it was a lazy weekend well-spent Christmas gift hunting, planting and re-potting and playing with clothes and bags :D Happy Sunday all!