Do you still have some pieces in your wardrobe that you just simply cannot part with? Well, for me, I have a number of these baggy pants, that I always used (and sometimes I’m still using) for backstage, during load-in and load-out of the theater, and for rehearsals. Luckily, I have now other people to unload the trucks of magic goods, but I still love these “work pants” and I cannot part with them.Continue Reading →
If you feel like you don’t fit in, in this world, it is because you are here to help create a new one.
dress: Bebe http://www.bebe.com/Dresses/Little-Black-Dresses/pc/197/200.cat
accessories: Vintage silver bracelets
You might have seen me on stage wearing this costume, which was one of my first crafty projects when I moved to Vegas. The half silver beads sewn onto the bra are vintage finds and there are large glass beads sewn onto the bottom. I made 4 sets, and each included a feathered head-dress and rhinestone chokers as well.
I find it funny sometimes, how some people can get offended by showgirl costumes. To me, it’s exactly the same as a bathing suit, minus the rhinestones 🙂
I’m not sure if I would ever wear this on stage again, but I loved this photoshoot, brought back lots of fun memories.
PS: I’m wearing a very high quality push-up bra and makeup, therefore, I don’t endorse implants and whatever else girls are injecting into themselves these days.
The heavy is the root of the light.
The unmoved is the source of all movement.
Thus the Master travels all day
without leaving home.
However splendid the views,
she stays serenely in herself.
If you want to learn how to govern,
avoid being clever or rich.
The simplest pattern is the clearest.
Content with an ordinary life,
you can show all people the way
back to their own true nature.
– Lao Tzu
Empty yourself of everything.
Let the mind rest at peace.
The ten thousand things rise and fall while the Self watches their return.
They grow and flourish and then return to the source.
Returning to the source is stillness, which is the way of nature.
– Lao Tzu
“The smell of moist earth and lilacs hung in the air like wisps of the past and hints of the future.” Margaret Millar