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no matter what happens, you'll always be mysterious

Agenda: Finish current drawing, the second in the Limited Edition Snow Series, upload a gazillion holiday images, upload a gazillion other images that are probably dusty by now, update and e-mail, conceptualize and implement new collaborations, editorial column, and upcoming features, hang new wall decor, fearlessly attempt to tackle the realms of my disorganized closet by creating a more cohesive space with black velvet hangers, play with new Christmas presents including art supplies and Canon PowerShot I'm super excited about, and finally.... make the rest of my impossibly-long errand list seem probable by the end of the week.  

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Eva said…
What beautiful pictures but I think that the first shoes are incredible and at the same time imposible! Wooow I'll never can walk on them!! :-D
Tinja said…
Beautiful pictures!!
Glamour Bbey. said…
Such a great inspirations! Thanks for sharing! xx
Style Porn said…
Ahh, I want a thick-twisty braid in my hair now!
Thekla said…
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Mayni said…
amazing pictures !!
Blondie said…
Amazing photos honey! These are gorgeous! Kori xoxo
HARLEY WOOD said…
THOSE WEDGES!!! X
Chantelle said…
WOOOOHOOOOO! Love this collection of pictures. Very inspiring!
Anonymous said…
LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE
Love the photo number 5!
KISS
jeanine romo said…
You're a busy girl, Bella! Love the inspiration.
Pardoleta said…
Loooooooove the pictures! Some of them are really inspirating to me!
FASHION ICE said…
really wanting those 1st pair of shoes! lovely
hearttypat said…
number 8 is so adorable!
Olive Cooper said…
hearts hearts hearts!
BloggerCupcake said…
love the pictures :)
especially the platform in the first picture!

HAPPY NEW YEARS :)
diane said…
Bella, the holidays really are all about lists, aren't they? Just breathe honey. Have a good time New Year's Eve. xo d
venila kostis said…
nice inspiration, shoes from first pic. are amazing
Kaitlyn McCall said…
Can't get over those wedges in the first photo and that absolutely adorable braid!!
LOVE LOVE LOVE these photos :)
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Kerrin said…
that fur coat is just beyond fabulous. happy new year xx
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