Five fan-favorite glass blowers return to the hot shop to compete in a series of Christmas-themed challenges; the winner will receive a $10,000 cash prize, plus an additional $10,000 will be donated to his or her charity of choice. – IMDB
Let’s just put it out there right now that I never watched any of the Blown Away seasons before this one (at the point where I’m writing this post, but probably will later). I also know nothing about glass blowing. The extent of my knowledge is the one time I went to Seattle and saw it being done at the Chihuly Garden and Glass. With that said, I am really happy with the variety of competition shows that Netflix produces since it shows off a lot of the different arts out there and giving it a platform for others to know more about the artists just quietly working on their craft in their corner.
Blown Away: Christmas is four episodes long and brings back five of the fan-favorites from the past 2 seasons as they compete in different Christmas-themed challenges. The variety is pretty good as well as the whole narrative. The episodes run fairly short as well at about 20-ish minutes. Its very swift to say the least as they run through some of their processes on what they are making and introducing some of the techniques that they are using as they dive into their different meanings towards Christmas whether its memorable presents to the big finale creating their own version of winter wonderland. The artists are all very diverse in their artistic style which always adds to these types of shows. Plus, all the artists are all really interesting people as they share their own traditions.
The show itself is hosted by Bobby Berk who admits right away that he knows nothing about glass blowing but from the Queer Eye show he is very familiar with home decor so his expertise comes into play for the artistic elements of the piece. Plus, he adds in the little pun-y jokes in his narration as well as a fun personality as he hosts with resident judge, Katherine Gray, who is there to offer her expertise in glass-blowing and knows these artists from the previous seasons. The dynamic between the two is pretty good.
Overall, Blown Away: Christmas is pretty fun. Its a great introduction to the show itself and has left me wanting to check out the normal seasons, like the previous 2 seasons. The pieces are truly beautiful and very creative. The whole show is pretty feel good to watch even if it is a competition.
The first day of Montreal Comiccon ended. While today wasn’t heavy on panels and too many activities, it gave time to go around to explore the Artist Alley and the Exhibition Hall which covers a great many square feet. While some vendors were the same, there were quite a few unique booths that stood out.
Here’s 17 of the booths that I’d like to share as well as some of their info so that those interested can check out their stuff further! I split them into categories of interest.
Prime 1 Studio
Just scraping the tip here with these four, Prime 1 Studio showcased almost an entire exhibit of a lot these huge collectibles of pop culture characters from anime, comic books and movies. Its pretty amazing because of its large scale and just how delicate the detail is.
Derek Laufman is at the comic book areas showcasing both art and his graphic novels. RuinWorld: Eye For An Eye is one of his works which really stood out with his cute little heroes on the cover and the vibrant colors.
Mathieu Bellemare shows a French CD-Book called Chants des Marais et des Morts which is a French illustration book paired up with a CD which has a full song for each story where the lyrics match the story on each page. At the booth, you can hear a snippet of the concept and its actually pretty cool especially. It has a bit of the Jack and the Cuckoo Clock Heart sort of feeling except instead of a movie, its a book and CD.
Full of both modern themed teas and vintage varieties, Sense and SensibiliTea is quite the discovery for tea-lovers and pop culture lovers alike. Not only are there Austen theme teas but also some planet theme ones as well as a lot of more modern ones like the one in the Instagram post above for Stranger Things.
I’m not going to lie that the reason this one caught my eye was its very catchy dinosaur logo. However, at a closer look at Thesaurus Tea, they have quite a few nice varieties. Some are blends in various bases while there are also some classic tea choices.
Creation Beton Neotek is all about making pop culture themed concrete planters. With anime themes like DragonballZ or Star Wars theme like Darth Vader or Star Trooper. There are also other ones for younger audience like Pokemon while it also has some for Power Rangers as well as superheroes, both Marvel and DC Universe.
With the Pokemon craze going on right now, its hard to miss out on Mille Nuages booth. It is full of Pokeball designs which looks like little terrariums but with all kinds of little unique packages. Its very pretty and looks incredibly delicate.
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Lea Matte Illustration is always a wonderful highlight. Who can miss pop culture turned into adorable cats in disguise, right? Its also so adorable to see and very interesting to see all the creativity gone into each of them.
Geek at Heart
While having seen Geek at Heart previously at Toronto ComiCon a year or two ago, her work always is one that is really cool. It has beautiful drawings, a lot of it based on Disney characters on both sheet music and storybook pages. Its a very unique idea which works on so many levels.
While most of the art so far has been fairly colorful, whats catchy about Monsieur Pooky Design’s artwork is the dark back palette and how the characters pop out. Disney villains, Alice in Wonderland and How to Train My Dragon along with so many other beautiful drawings.
Pixelam is all about handcrafted 2 layer art pieces. To be more accurate, the concept is a drawing on the bottom while the clear layer on the top layers some other objects or characters on top to complete the look. It has this 3D pop-up look to the whole frame.
Remember all those fantasy worlds that we’ve seen in movies, books, anime, TV series and games, Xanworx Studios is all about bringing them into legit size maps. It has a very classic navigational feel to it. Some nice examples are the Marauder’s Map from Harry Potter or Narnia from The Chronicles of Narnia and even Hyrule from The Legend of Zelda among some of the many choices.
Art by Dada is by one of my college friends and she is incredibly talented. She makes this beautiful combination of two characters from the same stories. Its super creative and talented. She’s already launched a few successful Kickstarter campaigns and has expanded her line from art to other items as well.
Glass drop necklaces filled with preserved flowers is the concept behind Fox and Feather Creations’ jewelry. With all kinds of flowers and the little creative designs, there aren’t only pieces with one type of flower but also whole garden designs in some of the larger pendants. Its so beautiful.
The Emerald Cauldron
The Emerald Cauldron is probably one of the most fantastical booths in terms of jewelry. There are many elf ear designs with the most notable being Sailormoon themed and Alice in Wonderland theme. On the other side, there are some beautiful pocket watch designs. While they also have some beautiful Pixie Lights necklaces and Fairy Bells necklaces also.
Boutique 1906 is a very classical jewelry design. It has little hair accessories. One that caught our eyes was the Oriental designs to put into your hair and has a little origami crane hanging from it. There are also an assortment of other jewelry which are very classy and many Victorian designs as well as steampunk, gothic and whimisical ones as well.
That’s it for the rundown of the Artist Alley and Exhibit Hall booths that caught our eyes.
Welcome to a beautiful Tuesday! After an intense 3 day weekend at the Montreal Comiccon, I finally got all recuperated and caught up with everything, well, mostly. Yay to vacation time! While I still have a ton of cosplay pictures to go through and event stuff to work on before sharing it tomorrow along with all the coverage links and such which I have over at That Moment In.
So, we’ll start with something light as always. I’m on quite a tight budget lately but I did manage to get a few things over at Montreal Comiccon.
Without further ado, here is the haul!
I’m starting to feel like I buy a lot of books during the year at these Comiccon events. Oddly, its something that I tend to enjoy doing because I get to meet these independent authors. There was quite a few new names there (unless of course, I just didn’t realize they were there last year, which is also highly probable).
Afterdeath – Benoit Chartier
One of those really memorable moments of meeting someone at Montreal Comiccon definitely goes to Benoit Chartier who has an incredible way of sharing a brief summary of his stories. While its easy to sell me on a YA fantasy paranormal novel of sorts like Afterdeath, when he started telling the summary of Red Nexus which is a sci-fi story and that is not exactly my top reading genre, he also got me curious and it sounded like a fun concept also. While I had a hard time deciding, I did ask for a suggestion on which he recommends, a hard decision I know but he ended up suggesting Afterdeath. There’s a high chance I’ll check out Red Nexus one day since its still on my mind.
The Violet Fox – Clare C. Marshall Within – Clare C. Marshall
A final walk through of the exhibition led me to finding this booth. I’m a sucker for a nice book cover and after chatting with the author, she managed to convince me to give her books a shot. The stories sound really fun. Within is a horror book while The Violet Fox is the first book of a four book series (if I remember correctly).
My Guardian Playlist by Johnni Kok
I have A LOT of Johnni Kok art at our house. If you look at my past few years of Montreal and Toronto Comiccon, you will see that it is quite the popular thing in our house. It probably has to do with his drawing style that fits what I love and well, the amount of Chinese painting hanging on my walls. Honestly, I was going for some fan art initially but his original pieces are on point! When he told the story of the inspiration behind this one called My Guardian Playlist, it was just something that I loved because I have a strong connection to music.
Check out our new Christmas art after we frame it of course. Its nice to switch things up and its been something I’ve been thinking about a long time. If you see Don Rosa at any conference, you should know that he has an incredible amount of knowledge and a passionate love for the origins of DuckTales which are comics form Carl Barks who is the creator of Scrooge McDuck. While I’m one of those people who have never read the source material, I love these characters a lot so this fits perfectly to what I love and Don Rosa draws beautiful. Just for the passion I saw, I’m definitely going to try and find these original comics.
This wraps up the Montreal Comiccon 2018 haul! The event recap is coming up tomorrow!
Its rare that I head out to Toronto so frequently but I’ve been wanting to go to Toronto Comicon and while my husband and my road trip buddy couldn’t make it, I managed to meet up in Toronto with Drew at Drew’s Movie Reviews (also my Ultimate 80s Blogathon co-host). We’re both not from Toronto so it was double amazing that this was able to happen. Plus, you could even consider this a little celebration for having that absolutely successful collaboration. 😉
After some planning, I booked a train for Friday evening to get there and stayed at Chelsea Hotel who upgraded me to a Club Lounge room which had access to free breakfast. Other than the confusing elevator system, it was a very pleasant stay. We headed to Toronto Comicon on Saturday morning and ended up going to 4 panels and checked out the exhibits and the artist gallery. It was a ton of fun and lots of amazing stuff to look at. There was a good bit of fantastic costumes!
Let’s check out our day!
12PM: Celebrity Q&A with Starship Troopers’ Dina Meyer & Casper Van Dien
I haven’t seen Starship Troopers in forever. To say that I actually remember a lot of it would be a huge lie. But, being at Toronto Comicon took a little bit of planning and I kind of wanted to hear what actors and actresses had to say. Usually, they are fun even if you don’t know much about the movie in reference because it gets more general experience and whatnot. That is exactly how Starship Troopers turned out. Dina Meyer and Casper Van Dien were hilarious together as they answered the Q&A and it was a ton of fun listening to their experiences. It makes me want to go find a copy of Starship Troopers and give it a watch soon 🙂
Game Testing at Reptoid Games
In between the two panels, we had a little time to go check out the showroom with exhibits and artist alley. Its there we met the two guys behind Reptoid Games who had a reveal of their alpha multiplayer game. We gave it a test run. I’ll cover more on that over at That Moment In once it goes back to normal operations. 😉 I didn’t expect to get the chance to try out a game so it was really cool.
2PM: Live Improv Show: In a Galaxy Far Far Away
Next panel we checked out was the live improv show called In a Galaxy Far Far Away. Obviously, it had to do with Star Wars, the one thing I knew so little about. We started the show with the audience giving them names and colors and objects. We ended up with Trump Tower, Purple and Shoemaker (in reference to something evil, a color, and first job). This was so much fun and OMG, was it ever hilarious. Plus, it didn’t need a whole lot of knowledge on Star Wars, because they actually made jokes out of what Star Wars would do and the normal tropes it had and whatnot. That was even funnier!
Lunch at Hank Daddy’s Barbecue
Smoked Sausage on a Bun
Pulled Pork Burger
After two panels and some bit of lining up, we went for some lunch. After some debate (mostly on my part), we ended up giving Hank Daddy’s Barbecue a go. Their specialty is this Pulled Pork Parfait which we didn’t get. However, I was having a huge hot dog craving and the Smoked Sausage on a Bun (which had a gluten free sausage but probably not the bun) was the best option. I’m not usually a fan of onions but it was a good mix with the sauce.
Costumes and Cosplay!
5PM: Celebrity Q&A with The Flash’s Robbie Amell
Robbie Amell’s Q&A was a lot of goodness. The line-up was intense and immense. He started us up with teaser trailer of this short that was released yesterday along with the Indiegogo project launch with him and Stephen Amell for a full-length feature called Code 8. I linked it up in case you wanted to check it out. He told us the story about his funny/embarrassing moment on Whose Line Is It Anyways? which I did go check out afterwards. He talked about working on The Duff and with Mae Whitman and of course, a ton of questions was about The Flash and Firestorm and all that lovely stuff.
6PM: Comics Panel: “Q&A” with Deadpool Creator Rob Liefeld
Rob Liefeld was really the odd one for me mostly because I didn’t see Deadpool yet and well, I know nothing about anything when it comes to source material and superhero origins and whatnot. However, this man talks a lot and he told us about how he came to create Deadpool and get into the business and being a comic book artist and the film and whatnot. He talked all the time away and there was really no questions but I think he may have answered everyone’s questions with his speech. It was still super entertaining.
My Comicon Haul!
Teeturtle –> It glows in the dark!
I love Teeturtle. The last time I got a shirt was at Montreal Comicon and it was a Miyazaki character themed one that I love so much and wear all the time in the summer. This one is glow in the dark and actually works. I tried it out at the hotel. The moon lights up in the dark. Its pretty cool.
A lovely booth with beautiful art but this one matches my den the most!
I believe this booth is called Gillian and Brian. They had a ton of really cool takes on pop culture art. After much debate, this one won because it matched the Chinese theme I had going on in the den where this will go once I get a customized frame for it. 🙂
2nd Book in the ongoing 10 book series called Nemecene
Last thing was a lovely book. The author Kaz Lefave was at the convention. She convinced me to get this second book in her 10 book series. She is currently working on the third book and had the first book available on digital copy for free. That is a pretty sweet deal. She’s also designing a game that goes with it which looks super amazing. I can’t wait to start reading it and enter into the Nemecene world 😉
Toronto Comicon was a ton of fun! A little tiring and whatnot but it was great!
The fun doesn’t end yet! Drew and I met up again on Sunday to go check out Ripley’s Aquarium. That post is coming up next Wednesday!
I’m sorry that its taken me a little longer than usual to get back. To be fair, I did say that this would take 3 weeks instead of the normal 2, at the very least. I really wanted to be back, you know. Like, there are things happening and I’m not just forcing up some updates for nothing. Although, last time I really did want to get the updates and announcements out. I’m starting to think weekly adventures are a good way to get it through. So, when it does say updates and/or announcements, this will be where I’ll do it! 🙂
Back to business, what has been going on, you ask? Well, lets see what little adventures I’ve been in the last few weeks. Let’s go!
1) Kickstarter Rewards coming in!
Kosmos -TV series was funded on December 2014. I had signed up for the exclusive of the Episode 1 and a limited edition personalized frame from the show signed by one of the cast or crew. Finally, after a few months, I got it in the mail.
Plus, the show is for free viewing on Youtube up to Episode 4 now. You can check it out below:
Kiss Me, Kill Me was funded on November 2014. A part of the reward came to me in the form of a Virtual Premiere. I almost didn’t make it but I managed to give the movie one viewing before the link expired. No regrets at all! Here’s the trailer:
While it has a strong LGBT focus, the story of this thriller is great and the acting is rather good as well. Consider me rather impressed. I’ll be posting up an actual review when I get the actual movie with the final reward which I had backed for a DVD copy.
$5 Drawings by Dada was successfully funded in September 2015. I used to go to college with Dada and she’s always been an extremely creative person. While I didn’t have money to back a higher tier, I still loved the random work of art I received on 7 x 10 inch paper using color pencils (I chose the medium). It was beautiful. I just need to figure out a way to frame it up or somethin and decorate my walls. You can check out her work on Instagram @dada16808
2) I’m Married!!!
On October 11th, 2015 (the past Sunday), I got married! I know I’ve been ranting about the crazy wedding plans but trying to kind of not be too overbearing about it but things worked out fine. There was some hiccups but with the help of some amazing friends, everyone played out really well! Everyone had a great time and I saw so many wonderful friends and family that I haven’t seen in ages and connected with others that I never knew really well but did more afterwards. I did debate doing a huge post on it but we’ll see. For now, here are few wedding pics of decors and dresses and all that fun stuff 🙂
Cake and Cupcakes were done by Montreal Cake Guy. Despite being hurt the day before he had to deliver the order, he still managed to get it all done and we found a way to accommodate and got one of my best friends’ boyfriend to go pick it up for me the morning of.
On a side note, I had to doll up for the wedding. Thanks goes out to the lovely Groupon deal for the mani-pedi from Beauty Box in Brossard. And hair goes out to Coiffure Spa Portobello
I know I’ve been hinting at Halloween with Netflix A-Z having two movies and a book review of Ranger Martin. It was an effort to keep with the theme but now that the wedding is done and I’ve had a few days to recuperate from that one very crazy but memorable day, I’m ready to get back on track here! We’re kicking off the Halloween Marathon officially!! Later today, you’ll be getting the first review for our highlight series, A Nightmare on Elm Street. Have fun and enjoy! My line-up for filler horror movies have been changing and its probably just going to be absolutely spontaneous save for one recommendation but its happening! Have lots of fun! Enjoy this half of October full of horror reviews! 🙂
On a side note, you all know things don’t quite return to normal until the New Year with NaNoWriMo in November and Christmas related posts in Christmas. Netflix A-Z will return in November however but everything else will be just a mixed bag of backlogged posts that I’m accumulating right now.
—> No upcoming posts this time around! You all know whats up for the next two weeks! Halloween and all that jazz!
To wrap it all up, here’s a little music to get us all relaxed and feeling all warm, happy and bubbly in a 360 video!
Happy Wednesday, my lovelies! Have an awesome day!! 🙂
Wow! So this whole vacation thing is taking a million years to get going. But hey, that’s the perk of having a blog, right? You put up the content as you see fit. We’ll be going a little faster through my vacation (back in May) now that I have more time and festival season is (mostly) over.
Now on with business! We had a morning before we had to board the ship back at Pier 66 where we scoped out the day before. We had set some closer destinations to the hotel to visit. By the way, in case I didn’t mention before, we stayed at Inn at Queen Anne. The exterior and surrounding of the hotel is nice. A little off downtown but its a decent location near a bus stop. Also, the rooms itself are a little run down but it does include a kitchenette. It was one of the more affordable choices at the time and since we were only staying for two nights, it was okay. We really just went back to rest and sleep. I mean, we had more than enough time to sit around when we were on the cruise (although you’ll see that I didn’t do much of that).
The morning, we did a crazy run through everything in KeyArena area. We went in to visit some of the places but only took pictures of certain other ones.
First stop was pictures of Space Needle.
We already went to see the Observatory the day before so we didn’t see the need to go up the Space Needle. We sat around while waiting for museums to open and admired it while playing games on our devices (?). My mom and her friends were completely obsessed with trying to beat 2048. So I just walked around and took pictures.
Around the area, we also came across this lovely and innovative exhibit called Sonic Bloom.
Its pretty cool because on the top of the flowers are solar panels which activate it to light up at night. While also having sensors that when you walk past each makes a different sound so you can actually make music if you run through it in certain sequences. Super awesome, right?
While we were waiting, we also took a little walk around the EMP museum which had a cool exhibit but no one else was interested so we ended up skipping it. However, that building was designed really nice. Unfortunately, I didn’t have a picture that did it justice.
Finally, at 10 (or something), one of our must-sees opened up and it was the Chihuly Garden and Glass. I may have reversed the name but the point is there. This place is full of blown glass crafted to look like different scenery. Its not only an indoor exhibit. It also has an outdoor portion. There’s a few of my favorites.
Sea scape with tons of little sea creatures at the bottom
A rainbow room casted from the glass sculptures scattered on the top
Boat ride scene
Japanese tree outdoors scene
Isn’t that beautiful? That’s like 10% of the exhibits. The outdoors has the reanimated in glass version of tons of plants. You can see it on their site.
We also did a quick visit of Pacific Science Centre.
Pacific Science Centre Outdoors area
When I say this was a brief visit, I mean like we ran through all the exhibits included in the general admission. If we had more time and paid for the special exhibit it was a cool one on Pompeii. That would have been really fun.
All that running took up most of the morning and we went so fast and efficient that we had time before going to grab our bags and walk to Pier 66, so we sat down at the dome that turned into a fountain and watched the show a little while some kids were playing around in the water. It was pretty fun, just to relax a little and take in the city a little.
The weather had stayed really nice. We sat outside to take in some sun before heading back to the hotel to get our luggage.
That’s it for this part. Day 2 is split into two parts. When we get back to the next vacation post, we’ll be heading on the cruise for probably the first 2 days, since we were at sea for that duration of time 😉
Have you been to Seattle? What did you enjoy? What attractions do you seek out when you travel?
First, a massive THANK YOU to Laurie at Pride in Photos for suggesting to give my weekly personal updates this title 🙂 Now, I don’t need to get all fancy and can just use this lovely simple My Weekly Adventures. I just learned the whole acronym of KISS –> Keep It Stupid Simple. This however is not stupid in any way and its recaps exactly what the weekly posts are about. Thank you for being so awesomely genius, Laurie! I owe you one! And if you haven’t visited Laurie’s blog Pride in Photos, I advise you to because she is an amazing photographer and I love her posts to bits.
From now on, this segment will now be MY WEEKLY ADVENTURES. I will add that on the menu some time this week (hopefully tonight).
Lets see what adventures I went on this week 😉
1) Moon Festival!
Dinner for Midautumn/Moon Festival!
Last Monday was Midautumn Festival or more commonly known as Moon Festival. Its a time for family and symbolizing the arrival of a new season. The moon is like a completion of something mostly in the complete family being there and the blessing behind it. My mom made a delicious dinner and then we had moon cakes later on at night. We even stepped outside for a walk together and to look at the lovely full moon 🙂
2) Another room finished!
Thanks to my boyfriend being super awesome at picking up the pace for painting. Another room in the basement is done 🙂 This color is absolutely adorable and actually turned out way better than I expected! Only 3 more rooms to go and one of them is already in progress.
What do you think of the color?
You think it’ll make you feel energetic? This should eventually be a workout room..haha! So thats kind of important 😉
3) My first Montreal Comiccon!
On Saturday, I went to my first ever Montreal Comiccon! After finally having to go alone, I ended up spontaneously meeting up with fellow blogger and one of my very awesome girl friend, Day’s on the way to the line-up. She was there alone as well so we paired up and went together 🙂 Very nice turn of events. I ended up going to 4 Q&A panels and then checked out some exhibits and took tons of pictures of some awesome costumes. I’m still shifting through my pictures but the detailed post on that one will go up tomorrow!
I’m totally going again next year. If there is someone awesome, I would love to go do a photo op. This year, the photo op was full by the time I decided I would like to dish out the money to do it. Plus, I’m planning on going to Toronto Comiccon next year if I can arrange my finances and find some friends who would like to road trip with me.
4) Little Finds at Comiccon!
Although I did spend most of my day at Comiccon running back and forth between Q&A panels, we did find time to eventually hit the exhibition hall and check out some merchandise.
Our first find was this Moonglow Jewelry. The concept behind it is that you can use whatever date you choose. I chose my birthday and looked up the code for the moon that was on that birth date and it a photograph of the moon on it. Then you can attach it to either a bracelet or a necklace (in various models). I eventually chose a bracelet and added on my boyfriend’s moon on his birth date as well. When you buy this, it give you a little card with a description of the personality of the person born on that moon. I was born at the 3rd quarter of full moon while my boyfriend is the new moon. These little charms absorb UV light and at night, they glow in the dark.
Pretty neat, right?
After debating on getting some artwork to decorate my new place, I eventually came across a place, where I bought a T-shirt (which is going to be delivered to me in 2 weeks) from TeeTurtle but they also sold posters and this one caught my eye. The Totoro bus with a bunch of Ghibli characters on board just stole my heart away.
Luckily this poster is still in one piece. This was a free poster from Warner Bros booth celebrating the 75th anniversary of Batman.
Warner Bros free poster: 75th anniversary Batman
5) One Day Road Trip to Charlevoix
Along the shore of La Malbaie
After taking a few months to figure out when to do it, my friend and I finally decided to go on a one day drive through Charlevoix to take pictures and see the area. I’ve already been before with my boyfriend a few years back but when my computer got attacked by a virus, those happened to be the only photos that were not backed up AT ALL. So this trip was essentially for me to do a reboot of those photos except this time, I have a more powerful camera on hand 😉
I’m still sifting through Comiccon pictures so these ones are the next ones to go through. This post will go up nearing the end of the week 😉 Prepare for some breathtaking moments!
6) Finds in Charlevoix
I love going to different regions and looking at some wine stores because some times they carry some alcohol different from the ones in Montreal. This time, I stopped at the SAQ in La Malbaie before turning around and heading home and found a Rose wine La Rose Gabrielle and a Dry Gin made from herbs called Ungava. I haven’t tried the gin yet but we did open it to smell (when I got home, of course) and it has a very distinct smell. I’m intrigued as to what it would taste like 😉
7) Some Funny Moments!
Some of you may have missed my funny moment on TV and the post and that was pretty much the most funniest moment of my summer. YouTube offers mostly hilarious moments from Ellen Show channel and I’m so happy that its back because it means I get to share those again! This week’s video that cracked me up the most was Channing’s Biggest Fear…
Fears, my friends! No matter how awesome you are, it just destroys you.
8) Awesome Music!
You all know by now (if you’ve followed me a while) that I love Youtube artists or in general, independents artists. I’ve talked about Sam Tsui, Kurt Schneider and the whole crew. This time, the spotlight is the extremely talented Daniel de Bourg. This guy has such an amazing voice. I love listening to his originals and his covers and its pretty crazy that I haven’t mentioned him yet. Maybe its because he doesn’t have as many covers come out.
I’ve never heard the original yet so I can’t really compare but I’m liking this one a lot 🙂
Thats it for this week! Life’s adventures just never stop and they almost always give me inspiration for something new to check out.
How was your week or weekend, my lovelies? Happy Monday!