Favourite Looks: 2015 VS Fashion Show

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The 2015 Victoria Secret Fashion Show recently aired (Dec 8th) on television! One of my favourite things about the VS Fashion Show is the amazing costumes they create for the models! Below are a couple of my favourite looks from the runway, enjoy 🙂


Kendall Jenner


Candice Swanepoel


Constance Jablonski


Alessandra Ambrosio


Behati Prinsloo


Alessandra Ambrosio


Kendall Jenner


Stella Maxwell


Joan Smalls


Cindy Bruna


Adriana Lima


Sara Sampaio


Cindy Bruna


Gigi Hadid


Behati Prinsloo

Comment below and let me know some of your favourite looks from the runway 🙂

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I May Be Crazy… (Flab To Fab)

Looking Joli Good

About a year ago, my husband got me Jillian Michaels’ Body Revolution. I love Jillian’s work outs! She is by far my favorite!
I had almost completed the 12 week program, when at week 11, while on vacation, I injured my left abductor thigh muscle, (totally unrelated to the program). That injury was a major 4 month set back, and actually I sadly never returned to the program to complete it.
That is until yesterday…
I started back at week one. It starts off easy enough, especially since I exercise on a regular basis, it almost seems to be too simple for Jillian. (I have already done all the workouts, so I k ow it gets a lot harder!) So as “simple” as it seems, let me just say, right now I am sore in places that I forgot existed.
As I complete the program, I will be giving…

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Where the Wild Things Are (2009)


“It is unnatural to think that there is such a thing as a blue-sky, white-clouded happy childhood for anybody. Childhood is a very, very tricky business of surviving it because if one thing goes wrong or anything goes wrong then you are compromised as a human being. You’re going to trip over that for a good part of your life.” – Maurice Sendak

Where the Wild Things Are

Warner Bros.  in association with  Legendary Pictures, Village Roadshow Pictures and Playtone present…

An American fantasy drama from the imagination of Maurice Sendak’s children’s books with the same title! The Writer and Illustrator was inspired from Walt’ Disney’s animated film “Fantasia” while infused in his work a melancholic childhood growing up as a Jew and experiencing death in his extended family in the Holocaust.

Maurice’s take on the “wild things” have a deeper meaning not just simply intentionally making these creatures grotesque, actually his ideas came from…

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Movies That Inspire Lonely Author

The Lonely Author

Hey, these are movies that make me weant to write. Not a list of my favorites.

  1. The Shawshank Redemption
  2. The Sixth Sense
  3. One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest   (Jack)
  4. Benjamin Button
  5. Forrest Gump
  6. Planet of the Apes (Heston’s version inspired me to write Paradox)
  7. The Godfather
  8. The Usual Suspects
  9. Ghost
  10. Titanic
  11. Scent of a Woman
  12. The Green Mile
  13. Field of Dreams (This is not about baseball. It’s about fathers and sons)
  14. It’s a Wonderful Life
  15. The Lion King  (Hakuna Matata – Need I say more?)
  16. The Matrix   (Second movie that inspired me to write Paradox)
  17. Se7en
  18. American Beauty
  19. Training Day
  20. Dirty Dancing  (Nobody puts Baby in a corner)


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The Tony Burgess Blog

I am now on a Facebook break. Yep I have done them in the past but things are getting pretty heated there with various things happening in the world. My friends I do believe it’s possible to get by without it and I am going to do just that. I still have my blog, Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr and I should probably reduce my time on one of those but baby steps. At some point I will step away from my blog for a sabbatical which is not a bad idea either for down the road. So as I begin my time away from Facebook I look forward to fewer distractions. At least I hope so.

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Topless in Paris

Faith's True Tales

Everyone’s experiences are different. I’m sure there are people who have travelled to Iraq and said, “I had a good time.” However, If you’ve ever found yourself getting yelled at for no significant reason, chances are, you were in Paris.

As a naive young adult, I wanted to reconnect with my French heritage. I pictured that I’d be sitting outside with a borrowed poodle in my lap, joyfully eating a crepe and drinking a glass of chardonnay. I didn’t know that Parisians had a bad reputation for being snobby and unwelcoming to tourists, making New Yorkers seem like your beloved grandmother. Lately, I’ve been learning that I’m not alone. I’ve been hearing more and more stories about people’s horror trips to this once charming place. I spoke with an engaged friend the other day who said, “I was going to go to Paris for my honeymoon but so many people…

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