march madness (and i don’t mean basketball), by m

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I’ve been away for far too long.  Drugs were involved, as was making money.  There was international travel, and a tattoo parlour.

Yeesh. What a month.

Don’t worry though; I was writing a book  for Aunt E (for teens, about drugs).  I went to Charleston, SC with mis padres, and, well…the tattoo part is true.

Good to be back!

And little A and I went to LG Fashion Week.

SC flag...i like it

Charleston Tea Plantation

They love their sweet tea...why not make it into vodka?? I'll be making mojitos with this at mom & dad's 30th, so get ready!!!

Amanda Lew Kee F/W 2011....tinseltown?

Oil Spillz @ ALK F/W 2011

According to the Winnipeg Sun:

“The collection is inspired by recent and ongoing environmental disasters involving oil, fire and water and was designed to draw awareness to these events.

“I hope to set a mood that will bring awareness upon these issues and create change in open minds. Art cannot change the world…but what we see changes who we are,” says Kee.”

see thru @ ALK F/W 2011

Hoorah!

Upcoming…studying for my Spanish finals (next two weeks), moving at the end of the month, beach volleyball, planning my trip to Australia, and mom and dad’s 30th anniversary!!

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