Thursday, January 14, 2010

10 Things That Make Me Extremely Happy!

I haven't been blogging because quite frequently I was stumped. I try not to fill my blog with useless prattle so instead of blogging about junk I waited. Today, in my inbox one of my fellow bloggers and new friends provided me with a challenge. To post 10 things that make me extremely happy.

1. Records

2. Anthropolgie - maybe this should be my #1. I have a serious hard on for Anthropologie. I almost die every time I go into one of their stores. They're so amazing beautiful, etc..

3. Letterpressed Objects

4. Tarsem Singh - one of my two favorite directors at the moment. He's done movies such as The Fall and The Cell. Such a visionary and love his beautiful areas he films at.

5. Guillermo Del Torro - My other favorite director at the moment. So far I have really enjoyed his amazing characters and stories that he provides such as Pans Labryinth. Really interesting he did makeup in the early 80's and 90's. I have always admired a lot of his characters whom happen to usually be makeup and not CGI effects.

6. MAC Makeup

7. Wine and cheese

8. Bonfires

9. Big Beautiful Houses like this one below

10. Lastly, Cooking

Thanks Jo for giving me a great inspiration for today's blog. I had so much fun finding coordinating images on Now to follow in the footsteps I'd like to nominate these 3 bloggers to do a top 10 favorites list.

Leslie, Jules and Nikki

I look forward to hearing your top 10 favorite things!




Jo said...

Hooray! I love your list!!

I saw Pan's Labyrinth for the first time over the holidays. I can't believe it took me this long to see it!! I had heard he didn't use a lot of CGI....amazing!!

Raechel said...

Yeah Pans Labyrinth is my favorite. I also love the characters in HellBoy (not the storyline so much). He uses mostly makeup. Such as the hungry guy with the eyeballs in the hands. His whole body is makeup ( even his tiny skinny legs) Watch the making of his movie to see all about it! Its crazy how good of a makeup artist he is/was.