Friday, October 5, 2012

It's the Bluest Blue...







Shirt: Thrifted / Scarf: won in a giveaway here / Skirt: Made by me / Thigh-highs: Forever 21 / Boots: Amazon

Whoo! It sort of feels like I dropped off the face of the blogging earth...over a week between postings! I feel like such a bad blogger...but oh well. I don't know if I've said anything about it before, but when I'm having spurts of creativity, all of my energy gets channeled into the creative process instead of into blogging. I had been in a horrible creative funk for so long, and just this week, I randomly decided to start being productive--I started a bunch of new art pieces (which I hope to share with you soon!), and I also started knitting a sweater for the cool days that are fast approaching (it's TARDIS blue, by the way...of course).

Anyway! Now that I've explained my absence...

Last month, I won Katysue's lovely giveaway for this Doctor Who themed scarf! I love the color, the material...oh, and the fact that it has a wee TARDIS on it. Once I received it, I lost no time in putting together a wonderfully geeky outfit...lots of different shades of blue, which I love. The weather was cool, so I pulled out my cozy socks and boots, which were perfect for a leisurely stroll by the water with my aunt and sisters.

This week has been full of Doctor Who, actually...I found out that a girl at church is also a big fan of the show, and we had a bit of a "moment" on Sunday--
Her: So we were talking about time today in class, and I was thinking-
Me: It's just a great big ball of wibbly wobbly, timey wimey stuff, right?
Her: Exactly!
And my friend (who had never seen the show) looked at me after that and said, "I have NO idea what just happened."
That night, I introduced her to the Doctor--we watched "Blink," and then the Titanic episode, while I gushed about the amazingness of the Tenth Doctor's hair, and the greatness of the name Alonzo. It was a truly epic night.

I should really probably stop my geeky ramblings now before I bore you all to death! I hope you're all having a lovely week so far! Tomorrow I'm trying something I've never attempted before--ice skating. I'm hoping to return alive!




15 comments:

  1. !!LOVE THIS OUTFIT!! Great job on the skirt! I'm always stitching things up, but I've only had the guts to wear them once-I'm always been a little leery of wearing them, afraid them coming un-stitched (which they have before...)
    So, I've heard quite a few people talking about the "Doctor Who" can you give me any insight as to content? (sexual content, language etc?)

    Oh, by the way-I only have 9 fingers now...:(
    HA!HA!HA! Just joking! The pineapple went fine! I'm afraid of knives too though, but usually I can just keep my fingers back and I'm fine.
    Natasha
    A Modest Fashion Blog:
    www.natashaatkerson.blogspot.com

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  2. PS: I think I have those boots! Except I got mine from Gojane.com and they have a blue zipper down the inside!

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  4. I LOVE the outfit!!! sooooo cute! and the scarf is amazing, of course. ;)

    My mission in life now is converting friends and family to DW...successfully converted my sister and younger brother. Now to find some unsuspecting friends...hehe.

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  5. Um..I LOVE this outfit!!!! Absolutely adore the scarf - I want it! :D

    Your week is about to get more DW awesomeness added. I'll be {hopefully} announcing the blog party I mentioned on my blog tomorrow, and it's definitely DW related;D

    Ooh, ice skating is fun! I've only gone a few times, but I enjoyed it. Have fun!

    Ditto what Ally said about her mission in life. lol.

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  6. That outfit is cute,especially the scarf:)

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  7. Cute!

    Thanks for your sweet comment. I'm sorry about your grandma,I know its tough.

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  8. Ooh I love your outfit! Especially the scarf. :) The skirt is really cute too, I love how you did that contrasting hand stitching at the bottom, very artsy!

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  9. I REALLY like this outfit! I love blue, and I especially like the dark, blue! And your boots, I love your boots. I like all boots, but yours look really cool.

    Thank you for your comment 8-) Yes, the short is out in Kindle form. Smashwords is very nice, it put it out in all the ebook forms out there, I think. I don't know how many are out there, but it at least put it in Nook and Kindle. Apps can be so nice! I was able to get a Kindle app for my Ipod.

    Allons-y!

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  10. Hi Vicki,
    Its been long I haven't visited your page..sorry but you know where I am busy these days!
    well I really love your posts, the headband tutorial is just lovely! and this post is so nice..I always adore blue..you are so pretty as usual :)
    stay blessed my friend..:)

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  11. If your skirts tend to be to big than try elastic skirts, not only do they fit comfortably, but they also can be adjusted after you finish sewing them!

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  12. I have that trouble, not knowing what day it is. I don't usually mind, till I have to write a check or something and I stand there staring at the date line going..."I SHOULD know what today is.."

    I am glad you are looking forward to everything, and especially glad you liked the short story 8-) That made my day, which I kind of needed 8-D

    Allons-y!

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  13. LOVE your scarf!! I havve been watching Docto Who via netflix and have to say I love it!

    All the blues in this outfit is so cute! I really love your tights as well. I am hoping for some new ones in my stocking. :)

    Lizzy <3

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  14. *SCREAMS* DOCTOR WHO?!?! I Love that show to death!! :D :D :D Super cute outfit too, that scarf is now on my ever growing Doctor Who wishlist.

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  15. trust me, you will make at the iceskating rink

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I love your comments, and every one of your sweet words puts a smile on my face. I truly try to reply to as many of your comments as I can and also to visit your blogs when I get the chance. Thanks for taking the time to make my day!