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Lately been going out of my way to find new music to listen to. Stumbled across Kaela Kimura. Love, love, love her. It's a shame it's so difficult to get any CDs of hers over here.


We switched from ACI to Rogers, and now we're getting TCM. They play old movies all day, and that's what I generally watch when I'm home and have the day off now. So my favourite actress is currently Jean Harlow, who is absolutely gorgeous and amazing. Icons ensued, of course.

And if you like old movies, I suggest checking out China Seas, Wife vs. Secretary, and Three Wise Girls (my favourite).


Looking around my computer for stuff to delete and found icons from episode 85 of Naruto Shippuuden. Figured I'd poste before they got deleted for good.

Death Note

Well, I haven't posted in ages, but oh well. Read the entire Death Note series finally. (Yes, I'm very much behind. I know.) Made a bunch of screencaps from the last episode and icons of course. (So spoilers for obvious reasons.)
Also, I'm aware that there are a lot of Matsuda icons. But quite frankly, Matsuda is probably the best character in the series.

Art is a bang

More Naruto icons. After re-reading the Sasuke vs. Deidara chapters of the manga, I remembered how awesome Deidara was. Stupid Sasuke...


More icons from another movie. Atonement this time. Totally sat in the theatre bawling my eyes out when I saw this. (How embarrassing, haha)

PS. Election night. Hope every American is going and getting their vote out there.

Back to Japan

Been a little bit since I posted anything. So here's some more geisha/maiko icons.


Pushing Daisies

It's Wednesday. A new episode of Pushing Daisies. I love that show so much. It's so quirky and odd and colourful. If you like Tim Burton you'll probably enjoy it. Kind of reminds me of Edward Scissorhands. It's amazing.

Believe it!

Another day. More icons. Naruto today. The last chapter of the manga was kick ass. Though, most of these are from the show.


Another favourite movie of mine. Memoirs of a Geisha. I love it, even though it's totally historically inaccurate. If you enjoyed the movie or the book, I suggest picking up Geisha, A Life by Mineko Iwasaki. The real life story of a real geisha.