Can you believe it's September already? 2018 is zooming by and I'm so excited about it that I can't stand it. I got a couple of things done in the month of August that I'm pretty excited about and I can't wait to see what September brings.
- Copious amounts of yarn and knitting. I wanted 2018 to be a more creative year, and I definitely did that! In July I finished three projects. Two from a pattern which I couldn't read before! I'm working on a Hooded Cape from We Are Knitters, and it's a lot more involved, I'm halfway through. I finished the cape, and I'm halfway through the hood and all that's left is the ears. This is the biggest project from a pattern I've every attempted so I'm pretty excited! My dad picked up some yarn at a sale, and I'm literally swimming in wool, I shouldn't have to pick up yarn for a year, I'm not exaggerating either.
- Bringing back Outfit Posts. Boy Wonder and I went to the movies, and I had him take some pictures. So I started taking pictures almost every day since, I think I'm finally ready to start doing style posts again, I really missed them.
- Starting to collect books again: Over the past couple of months, I've been collecting bookshelves, and if you're going to buy shelves, you've got to buy books to go on them! Amazon had a pretty decent deal on a few books I wanted to read, so I ordered about 15 of them! Check out my weekly vlog to see them all. It's been a while since I've actually owned novels, I generally get them from the library, it's nice to start building my own library.
- Discovering The Legend of Luoxiaohei: I'd fallen down the instagram hole and came across these super simple animations of a girl, and her cat and I fell in love. So the Cat, Xiaohei, has a tail that can separate and become their own tiny entities and they get up to different things in every episode, I was so enamored I got the plushie! You should definitely check it out!
- Interviewing Megamite Cosplay: I'm so in love with all of her cosplays! She's the cutest and I was so excited about having her on the blog, click here to read her interview!