Another thing I have been thinking about is opening up an online closet via Shopenvy. I know a lot of fashion bloggers have one and even though I don't post so much fashion stuff I still have some nice items that are in great condition. I have a bad habit of buying stuff and thinking I'm going to wear it or I'll get over that awkward feeling I get when wearing it. This ends up with my closet full of stuff I hardly wear and it's such a waste. I was thinking of maybe posting a few items (from Target, Delias, Motel, etc) that I just need to purge from my closet. This will also help me to save up money for this giant list of things to save for ( I seriously just need to win the lottery.) I'm still debating on it and need to figure out pricing but things will be priced according (i.e if it's been wore a little or is completely new.)
The third thing I've been thinking about is another tattoo to kind of commemorate my graduation in May. I have a list of what I want to get and as much as I wanted to get my religious tattoo I'm still deciding the details on it so I don't want to rush it. So after thinking it over I decided to kind of nerd it out and do something Doctor Who. No it isn't the TARDIS (though I had a strange dream I got the 10th Doctor tattooed over a DW monster tattoo) but it's more a simple quote that oddly enough means a lot to me and my whole outlook after graduating college. I'm going to stick with an old school style but in general I want, "wibbly wobbly timey wimey," in script or with an old school watch or clock with it in a banner. As odd as it sounds the whole explanation that the Doctor give about time not being simply cause and effect is what I'm starting to realize now. I use to always think of my life as a strict thing: go to college, graduate, get a job. I know it will sorta happen that way in the end, but what I realized is that there is also so much stuff that happens in between that I'm not afraid of anymore. I still, at times, think strictly cause and effect but I've come to accept things will happen and sometimes not go right in some weird way (I might not travel back in time due to a monster angel statue) that's okay because time is simply, "from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint...a big ball of wibbly wobbly, time-y wimey stuff.
A lot of thinking went on in the past few days plus a few more personal thoughts but I'll be back soon to show you some of my vintage finds from the antique flea market I went to Saturday.