The Hobbit: Battle of Five Armies
I don’t need to elaborate on this one because I already wrote a whole long blog post on it already! Yay! Click here to read it. :-)
Okay, so ya’ll know that I’m into Asian entertainment. Old news. As of late, however, it seems like this is no exception when it comes to TV shows. I’ve recently taken a liking to Korean drama, and I’ve certainly had to dig through the dirt to find the gems, if you know what I mean. There are some really great kdramas, and some really bad ones, too. Ha ha.
Anyway, I’m rambling again. EMPRESS KI. What can I say. Period dramas are my one weakness. This series is a brilliant combination of drama, action, romance, and comedy. All rolled up with lovely music, vibrant costumes, and fantastic visual effects into a perfect little package of perfection. ♥
Hard Candy Glamoflauge heavy duty concealer
A huge part of dealing with psoriasis, especially for a young woman, is being able to cope with the physical effects during the healing process. I don’t think that any product I’ve ever talked about here on my blog has helped with my confidence more than this one. I’ve used many, many different “heavy duty” concealers and none of have worked as well to cover up the psoriasis patches on my face and neck.
I use the shade Medium Light, which is technically a shade too light for my skintone, but I like this shade because of its slightly green tinge. Anyone who deals with redness knows that green cancels out red, so this is a huge plus here. The consistency is quite thick but smooth and non-drying, and one layer usually takes care of all of my problems. It also works great for under the eyes and as a eyeshadow/lipcolor base. Apparently, with a few layers, this concealer is known for being able to even cover up tattoos.
Each $6-7 tube comes with a free concealer pencil, too.
Etude House Happy Essential Foam Cleanser
Vitamin C version (yellow packaging)
I don’t need to say much about this facial cleanser except that it removes makeup effortlessly, doesn't irritate skin, smells like Fruit Loops (which is basically happiness), and has adorable packaging. Oh, and it costs less than 5 bucks. Mm-hmm.
December, being the month of Christmas, never fails to have more than its fair share of remarkable moments. And these are the moments that I find most difficult to put to words. Perhaps I am just lazy, which we all know could very well be the case, but I think that it shall suffice to say that the blessings of Christmas are both beautiful and universal and, luckily for us, they’re also annual. Family and friends; peace, joy, and love; good food; exchanging gifts; movies, music, and magic~ Every year, I look forward to seeing what miracles the Infant Jesus will bring to this world. We are all very blessed. Let us be grateful!
Deo Gratias, again and again~!