First of all I need to thank you for the incredible rush to the giveaway I'm doing! It really pleases me to see you so want to win it :)
Now I've been working on what I call my "fruit pastry collection", proving my true addiction to fruit tarts!
I finally could make some rings, as supplies finally reached my home!
So here are some of the new rings I made:
You may notice the total lack of originality regarding the photos... the same way of displaying the rings... Need to work on this *sigh*
And I also finally was brave enough to make a bracelet! I'm wearing it myself, I need to see if it's stable enough in order to sell it. It looks cute I think and I tried to make a convincing design (this is my very first attempt, I may make better ones)
And while I feel like writing today, I must admit something I'm, to say the least, not very proud of. I love the story twilight. I saw the film during the flight to South Korea (while I was totally sick and tired) and loved it, even though I knew this wasn't what I call a good film (too youngish to my taste).
But I love vampires, I've always been attracted to them, due to their age and so their bigger knowledge, their intelligence, their cold and distant behavior, their beauty and... their dangerousness.
I'm actually like this with 'normal' people as well. I'm attracted by people who are weird or distant (I met my boyfriend because he was so 'in his world' and distant).
I bet nobody excepted this from me, but yes I really like vampires. Next to that fact I was always drawn to gothic and romantic stories like Dracula and Frankenstein (most favorite next to 1984).
Mix all this likeness with the fact that I don't like my life right now and I really needed an escape, I couldn't but other and buy the three first books (soft cover in English, very cheaply gathered on amazon.co.uk).
Yeah and I'm hooked, really.
Oh and if you're still reading, I must admit I also love to read, I'm a real bookworm, so despite the fact that this is a teenie book, I enjoy it (maybe too much?), received the book today and already am on page 172. Stephenie Meyer has an interesting way of writing, I like it a lot, it's descriptive enough and still captivating and 'fast' enough.
I really needed to tell you this, in hope that you all will be very diplomatic telling me twilight is a great story (...) and not laugh at me like the sister of my boyfriend does (but I can't say anything I so much laugh at her and her tastes...)
Ok, see sometimes I can be chatty :)