Monday, 28 April 2014

 Hello all, how are we? (I will persist with this). I hope you're all still enjoying your exam season and spending your time far much more wisely than I am. 

In today's outfit I have done my favourite thing of buying a dress and then completely ignoring its original purpose and wearing it as a skirt instead. To be honest with you, the top of this dress is very low cut and I would've been quite chilly today. I picked up this shirt when Urban Outfitters were having a fantastic BUY ONE SALE ITEM GET THE OTHER FREE sale. It was very exciting and I ended up getting this shirt free. HAPPY DAYS.

Please ignore my very makeshift dress form in the background. In case you were wondering it's made from a duct tape mould of my body, stuffed with a pillow, shoved on an old light stand. Very technical, requires lots of skill. Feel free to try it at home for equally disappointing results! 

I'm not sure what's going on with my hip here, I think I may have been falling over slightly when I took this, accounting for the odd shape of my legs. 

Dress/skirt -modcloth   Shirt-Urban Outfitters 


1 Whispered words:

Steve Finnell said...


The thought process of some Christians is puzzling to say the least. Why do some believers in Christ question that God has the power to guide men to translate Bibles that are inerrant, trustworthy, accurate, faultless, reliable, infallible.

Some of the same Christians who believe the following miracles of the Bible, doubt that God can produce an inerrant translation of the Bible.

They believe that Aaron's staff became a serpent. (Exodus 7:10-12) However they do not believe that translations of the Bible are trustworthy.

They believe Jesus was resurrected from the dead. (John 21:14) However they do not agree that Bible translations are inerrant.

They believe that the dead man Elisha stood up on his feet. (2 Kings 13:20-21) However they doubt that Bible translations are infallible.

They believe Jesus brought Lazarus back from the dead. (John 11:37-44) However they do not affirm that Bible translations are reliable.

They believe that God turned Lots wife into a pillar of salt. (Genesis 19:26) However they are not convince that God has given us a translation of the Bible that is accurate.

Even those who state that the King James translation is the only accurate translation, believe that Mark 16:16 does mean what is says: They say "Has been baptized shall be saved" actually means, "Has already been saved before they were baptized." The assert that Acts 2:38 actually means "Be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ because your sins have already been forgiven." They really do not trust the KJV either.

Ninety-nine percent of the Bible translations are accurate, trustworthy, inerrant translations of God's word.

A few of my favorites are New American Standard Bible, King James Version, New King James Version, English Standard Version, and New International Version. There are also many other reliable translations.