I had already decided to do the Dechox challenge for the month of March. But since Lent is starting tomorrow (we had our pancake day yesterday evening), Mr. M suggested that I should try my first Lent and extend the dechox until the Easter. He promised to join me in that challenge (not that it is any big deal for him, coz dark chocolate doesn’t suit him anyways 😛 ) and also that he will get me my first Dark Chocolate Easter Egg on the Easter day to mark the end of this challenge. Now, all I have to do is to get through this 6 weeks. The penalty is 1 £ for every time we end up failing to do so. It is going to be very very very tough. Wish me luck.
One of my friend in USA has started to display his artwork through his instagram photographs. I have always loved his work and glad that he has started to share them with the world. He is the one who designed my tattoos. Here is a favourite one of mine.
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Vintage wrought iron keys are so full of character, aren't they? All the details, the sheer heft and size, and the bygone era they represent… Know what else? They're bl****y expensive. These are replicas I made using polymer clay .They're about 5" long, painted charcoal grey, and fixed in a linen lined shadow box. Some region-specific details on there, did you see? #diy #vintage #wroughtiron #replica #keys #shadowbox #craft #easy #polymerclay #clay #yesteryear
End of 2016 is much closer than it feels like. Probably with all that is going on, I don’t actually remember the day or date or time. But it was fun to watch this YouTube Rewind for 2016, even though I don’t know a whole bunch of folks starring in it and not probably all the references made. But one thing I just loved was that Hodor! door scene 😆 That was awesome!
Saw this one which gives more details about the above video. Now I get those references 😉
I stole that line from John Oliver’s mini clips title. When I read this ‘Nostradamus Predictions for 2017‘ that was what came to my mind. Some sound realistic and some very Utopian. Let’s see what happens at the end of next year. We might want to take this list with a spoon full of salt though.
Shared from the article INFOGRAPHIC: How the World Reads