Sunday, April 20, 2014

Salvation Mountain

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Salvation Mountain is an art installation covering a hill in the Colorado Dessert in Southern California. It was built in the 1970s by Leonard Knight. The Salvation Mountain is made from abode (a load of sand, clay, water, & natural things), straw and loads of paint which was donated by farmers and the people that visit. It's decorated with Christian sayings, quotes, murals, tons of flowers and a yellow brick road.


I am a very religious person and so is my family and I really want to visit this work of art in the near future with them! Because aside from the inspiring quotes, I think that the Salvation Mountain is an incredible living work of art and I love it to bits! I mean, if you can actually walk in that work of art, visit it and touch it with your bare hands, then it's undeniably amazing! Plus, the colors used is very girly, and girly stuff makes my heart dance.



The story of why and how the Salvation Mountain was made is heart-melting, for me at least, and if you're interested, I suggest you visit this

The photos are from pinterest and from the website i just mentioned above. :)

HAPPY EASTER guys!!! <3
God loves us. ^^)


Wednesday, April 16, 2014

How to manage curly hair (curly hair care tips)

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Ahoy! :) I've been asked by almost everyone I meet whether I got a perm or whether my hair is real. People always get surprised when they find out that my curls are natural and it's just my hair color that is fake. Whether in person or through the world wide web, I get compliments for my hair so I guess it's time to finally share my curly hair care tips and learn how to manage curly hair. :)


It was not easy living with this type of hair as my classmates were teasing me back in my elementary days because I have a curly hair! I was actually waiting for the right age to finally be allowed to get my hair rebonded but a huge thank you to Taylor Swift because ever since she got so famous, I started liking and appreciating my natural locks and thankfully, I have never got my hair straightened!


It wasn't easy finding these curly hair care because truth be told, I think this will be an endless search but as for now, here are some tips on how to manage curly hair which I do to maintain my locks and make them beautiful. :)) Hope they'll help you too! :D

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Ola Bayle 8

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the photo belongs to its rightful owner, but thanks for taking this

Aside from dancing ballet, I also enjoy dancing Waltz and Tango. This is a very late post but I guess I ought to tell you this amazing, great news! I placed at the 8th season of Ola Bayle together with my new dancing partner, Harley! We won 1st runner-up! I was 5th runner-up 2 years ago with Ali. Anyway, I was seriously thankful to end up as 1st runner-up (although, it would be more awesome if we were the champion. haha) but the thing is, unlike the other contestants, Harley and I only met a week before the competition which means, we only practiced for less than a week!

Honestly, I was really planning to join this year's Ola Bayle but I cannot contact Ali (my original partner) and I was flooded with plates and I really can't make time to practice. But fortunately, my college had no classes for a week, and that week was the week of the competition! Great news right? Also, Harley texted me one night while I was on retreat. Apparently, his partner backed-out so Ma'am Apolonia paired us up!

I was on retreat when I realized how everything was falling into place and God really wanted me to dance. And it seems as if God really wanted me to join the competition just like the way he wanted me to dance in front of David Archuleta. :)))

I love how interesting my life is. It's like, when I stop hoping for things to happen, they happen magically. :)))

~huge amount of photos after the jump~
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