so, oprah is on. and i'm actually enjoying the topic today: entrepreneurs, follow your passion. i always like topics like this. it keeps me going.
anyway, the twins were on. the olsen twins, that is. i always thought they were just the cutest.
influence is their new coffee table book that is a collection of interviews with people who they find inspiring: red bottom shoe designer, christian louboutin and karl lagerfield, just to name a couple.
i watch the view daily. it's on now.
i like whoopi. she is unapologetically who she is. and i will never forget her outstanding portrayal of celie. (beat her. lol. i couldn't resist).
whoopi dresses like she's sitting in her living room watching tv. and i somehow don't hate her for that.
but then i recall glam whoopi at last year's tony awards. who knew she had legs!
christian siriano made whoopi fierce. once again solidifying his own fierceness. loved it.
during my winter cleaning i took a bunch of dollar-store plastic shoe boxes to the goodwill. they just weren't serving their purpose - the lids never stayed on, etc. not a good look .
so look what i stumbled upon on the world wide web this weekend - chic shoe boxes by gracienne called clearly glam. kinda cool right. they come in sets of 6 and 12. so if you're on a mission to make your closet a bit more fabulous, then you may want to check these out.
right now, some of you are probably like "used to?! ... i still do." well way before kelis and victoria rocked it, around the way 80s/90s girls were rocking it.
salt, pepa, and spin were the best examples. they went all out and shaved one side while the other side hung beneath their eyes.
i feel like i rocked this hair cut for years, now that i think about it. when it was in and when it was out. i was pressed to get this hair cut. you hear me? pressed. my first lopsided/asymmetrical/tilt whatever you want to call it was around '88 or '89. mom would take me down to 5th street every other saturday to get my hair did. we used to call curls on top of curls - stacks - so i'd get my stacks, hanging low on one side. the other side wasn't shaved but it was real short. swore i was cute.
then in high school, i rocked the asymmetrical once again minus the stacks. this time it was shaved in the back.
finally just a couple of years ago, kelis and victoria inspired me to do it once more. yup. i definitely wore this style out.
tye loves the family guy. everytime we turn on the tv it seems to be on.
so i can't wait to tell him that i just read that there's going to be a spin-off to the show, the cleveland's. the cleveland's are the black friends of the family guy.
i also just read that sanaa lathan and reagan gome will be voice casted. nice. this should be good.