Spring is my favorite season, even though we don’t have that here in the Philippines. Spring promises a new and bright beginning. I can only hope that mine would be as beautiful.
I’ve been busying myself with a number of projects. The floral crown I’m wearing in this post is made by me. Flowers make me happy and they make really adorable accessories, especially during the spring season, so I decided to create some. This and a few others I made are up for sale on my Facebook page, so check it out if you’re interested in getting one. The prices posted are actually for local purchase only, but I can arrange for international shipping, however the price will have to be adjusted depending on your location. I can also customize crowns for you, so if you have designs in mind, just message me through Facebook and we can talk about it. 🙂
Although I’ve been pretty busy and pleased with myself for finally executing the things I longed of doing, I’m still feeling a little ambivalent about this month and the next, which you can see through the uncoordinated and unseasonal outfits I’ve worn for the past weeks. I’m not big on accessories either so I seldom wear one, but when these accessories (below) arrived in the mail, I instantly thought they match my look for the day. Thank heavens for Trinkets MNL! The skulls may be unfit for spring, but hey the colors matched my top so it’s not a huge deal.
I was feeling very girly so I took out my old tulle skirt for a spin along with my newly purchased spring-perfect top. I had very little sleep that day, and this colorful ensemble was just the right outfit to brighten my afternoon.
Trinkets MNL accessories | Top from Three Wishes | Tulle skirt from bazaar | Solemate flats
A few weeks from now, Chad will be going back to the States, and I can’t help but feel sad about it. This has been going on for weeks now, actually. Just the idea of not waking up to his face every morning makes me lonely. Lately we’ve been trying to make our remaining days together as fun as the past months have been. But I think we’re both too sad to even go out and do things.
We’ve been telling each other how much we hate Skype and wish we could just burn it. The very presence of it reminds us of our past (and the upcoming) struggles of being in a long-distance relationship.
But we will always cope. We’ve known each other since we were kids, and got “separated” several times. We know our love is strong and a few thousand miles won’t make it less powerful.
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