martes, 31 de mayo de 2011

In the journeys of self discovery ...one must meditate on those things we like or dislike the most. separating each one, and gradually making choices for our lives.

Things I dislike:
1. waking up early.
2. acting like a grown up.
3. eating rice
4. lizzards ( although they  insist on following me)
5. country music
6. fallling asleep at night
7. spaghetti
8. vanilla ice cream with nothing on it.
9. my neighbor's  dog
10. serious movies
11. books with bad paper quality
12. 60% of humankind maybe 75%
13. Driking two ounces of water daily
14. smokers
15. memories
16. Politics
17. Soup
18. small rodents ( except ants  specially rats and flying cockroaches)

Things I like:
1. animal shapped erasers
2.  Ace ventura pet detective movie part 1
3. hugging people I love.
4. taco bell
5. yoga
6. small devices like those mini control cars
7. kytes of all type. specially in a form of a fish
8. pure air.
7. The beach
8. being alone.
9. tearing stuff apart.
10. serendipity.
11. John Kusack
12. dolphins
13. ping pong
14. fashion
15. babies
16. Mother Theresa
17. dancing like a crazy woman wherever
18. bugging my sister
19. ants
20. medicine related articles, books.
21. Penguins' mating process

martes, 10 de mayo de 2011

Galliano Out of Dior.. what's next?

It’s official: John Galliano’s alleged anti-Semitic statements have lost him his job at Dior.
After initially suspending the designer, the fashion house has initiated proceedings to terminate him, calling his behavior “odious,” WWD reports.
“I condemn most firmly the statements made by John Galliano, which are a total contradiction with the essential values that have always been defended by the House of Christian Dior,” says Sidney Toledano, Dior’s president and chief executive officer.
The Dior dismissal comes just hours after Miss Dior Cherie campaign star Natalie Portman issued a statement saying she was “shocked and disgusted” by a video showing Galliano making anti-Semitic slurs (including “I love Hitler”).
In her statement, Portman said she would not be associated with the designer; however, Dior was already set to reveal Galliano’s fate so it’s unknown to what extent Portman’s stance played in his being let go.
The label has yet to comment on what will become of Galliano’s final Dior collection, which is slated to show at Paris Fashion Week on March 4. The designer, who has been with Dior since 1996, also has the eponymous John Galliano line, which is scheduled to show March 6. Because that line is also under the control of Dior, it appears he will be completely label-less … or perhaps looking for a new investor?

Cambios.. buenos o malos?

Esta es la primera vez que tengo mi propio blog, y la verdad estoy muy emocionada.. últimamente lo que ha sucedido en mi vida han sido cambios drásticos.  Nunca tuve miedo a los cambios, pero jamas espere que mi vida diera tantos giros en cuestión de días.  Al principio, cuando hay cambios en nuestras vidas nos quejamos y nos preguntamos. Porque a mi? y ahora que aprendido que la pregunta correcta es .. para que? indudablemente he crecido como persona a través de tantos cambios. Lo primero es aceptarlo y ver que  en gran parte, la belleza de la vida es  que siempre esta en  constante movimiento, y nunca es estática.