Saturday 19 March 2011

An unexpected present from the land of the Rising Sun

Hello everyone ^_^/

How are you today? I hope you are enjoying your weekend and the brightest full moon of the last 20 years!

Let me start off this post by saying thank you to everyone who has entered my giveaway already, I am overwhelmed by the number of participants! Of course we all have to wait until April 15 for it to be over so I can pick the winners but I am super excited already!!! Also for those who asked, the only form of payment that I accept for my shop is paypal.
If you haven't entered already just check the sidebar so you can join in the fun.

So what is the purpose of this post? Something that I got this week that made me happy and very sad at the same time. I received a birthday present from Japan from a very dear friend of mine.

When I got it I was so happy opening it and reading her sweet card and seeing how spot on she was with all the lovely things she got for me. One of the latest nail mags, swarovski crystals, nail art stickers and even Kimura Takuya chips w00t!!! (in case you don't know, Kimura Takuya is one of the most popular idols in Japan and one of my top 3 favourite artists)

But at the same time I felt so sad as her country is in a horrible situation right now. It made me realise how small we are and how a single moment can change everything in our lives. So we should be grateful for everyday, for all the people in our lives because it can all change so suddenly when we least expect it.
Please say a prayer for Japan and all the people who are suffering there but also all over the world.


  1. Wow..the newest Nail Max magazine! What a kind gesture of your friend. All the best to her and other people in Japan!!!

  2. wow! nice stuff! sgrunt! yesterday the sky was covered by tons of clouds :(
    poor Japan

  3. Awesome gifts :'D
    Happy Birthday...even though it's quite late xD
    God bless Japan ♥
    And I saw the Supermoon as well, it was absolutely gorgeous ^o^

  4. :) thank you for your kind comments.
    It is sad that things in Japan seem to be getting worse instead of better.



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