I am totally aware that the 3 things listed in this blog post title are completely random and unrelated. I can however confirm that these are the most prominent words that come to mind when I think about my past week. Let’s start with NYC. The Big Apple. I still haven’t decided if I like New York to be honest. I never really get the chance to spend more than a day or two at a time in NYC so I haven’t gotten to fully experience the city. I did a 4 day long trip with my parents back in high school (grade 9, pre glo up aka full high school awkward stage) and ended up barfing all over Fifth Avenue because of heat stroke. Real good times. Anyways, NYC has always been intriguing to me, but I still haven’t conquered my fears of the Times Square masses and the feeling of being swallowed up in New York sidewalk traffic. I thought people walked fast in Toronto, you should see NYC people. So I spent literally 12 hours in the city to shoot a secret project (that will be released soon!!!) and then headed home.
Part 2 of the week consisted of some drama in my life that I won’t go into detail about, that actually started while having a head full of foils to lighten my hair. Nothing like having your phone blow up with drama filled texts while you have 10 pounds of kitchen accessories decorating your hair. I’m making it seem like my life exploded into a thousand drama-y pieces, but it really didn’t. All friend groups have arguments at times. We fought, typed furiously on our phones (my friends and family call my style of typing “T-Rex Typing” cause I hammer the keys), and then kiss and makeup. All good. In the hood. Sorry, I couldn’t resist adding that. So yeah! Survived some good ol’ drama, and if you noticed from the most recent few videos I decided to go a little blonder. I feel like this is the hair colour I’ve been aiming to achieve for the longest time but needed to ease myself into it with ombré. Unsure how the upkeep will be, but I’ll keep you posted. BRB while I go find out if blondes actually do have more fun. PS I put my Christmas tree up. It’s never too early.