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February Update and New Hair

Hello, Everyone! A lot has been happening lately, so I thought I'd share a little bit if any of you are interested. School's been back in session for a little over two weeks now, and It's back with full force. I took on an extra class, and I work later on week days. The good news is I have Fridays off now! 
I'm looking forward to a few things. It's looking very likely that I will be doing an exchange program in London for the whole Fall Semester 2013. If it works out, I'll also be able to visit my brother in Thailand for Christmas. I thought I'd visit him this Summer, but that's just not feasible. Also, I'm going to be in a commercial that's filming tomorrow! My hairdresser is shooting it for her salon, and she thought my funky hair needed to be featured. I think it's got a lot more spunk with the orange in it. It really complements the brown. I'll post the commercial once it airs.

My best friend's parents, who are photographers, are also going to do some "alter ego" photos of me looking "womanly" and me as Jareth The Goblin King. If you haven't seen these types of photos, it's where one person with different looks is photo-shopped into a scene. I'll be sure to post that here too. Here's a good example of "alter-ego" photography:
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Is anyone watching the Superbowl tomorrow? I'm most excited about the food involved (wings, cheese dip, etc.) I'm rooting for The Raven's though, because Edgar Allan Poe!

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  1. Ooooh you look so spectacular, and I can't wait to see the shoot.

    I'm actually watching the superbowl as well and rooting for the raven's for exactly the same reasone! They have three Raven mascots Edgar, Allan, and Poe!

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    1. Thanks, I'm really happy with it...for now. haha I might do green next time around.

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  3. I think your hair looks very nice.

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