If your decor doesn’t include a light up letter, then what are u even doing? 💁🏻 C for @cariowen1044 who is Cute and Cool, eventhough I have to nudge her to work on her presentation for school every 5 mins 🙄
Wti di neud o eto Cari?????
#letter #light #decor #white #cute #sisters #bestsisters #bestfriends
Ddoe, es i am dro lyfli i South Stack, goleudu bychain yn Ynys Mon. Mae’r llun yma wedi cael ei dynnu o riw fath o edrychfan. Roedd hi’n noson berffaith gyda’r tywydd yn gret a’r olygfa yn un anhygoel!
Yesterday, I went for the most gorgeous walk ever to South Stack, a small light house on Anglesey. This picture was taken from some sort of viewing point. It was a perfect night, ideal weather and a fantastic view!
Hefyd, mae hi’n Ddiwrnod Cenedlaethol Ffrindia’ Gora’, felly dyma lun o fi efo’r ffrindia a’r chwiorydd gora yn y byd! 🙂
Also, it’s National Best Friends day, so here’s a pic of my with the best friends and sisters in the world! 🙂
This year, one of my modules required me to create a garment for a diverse model. Pictured is my sister and diverse model, Llinos.
It was pretty awkward designing a garment for Llinos. She has recently suffered from Scoliosis and has a very prominent curvature, so clothes lie quite skeewiff on her back. That’s why I decided to create a very loose-fitting top. The colours of the fabric had to be pretty vibrant, because Llinos has quite a vibrant personality! As for her hair, it was left as we found it due to a model tantrum in the dressing room.. but I think it worked great!
I took quite a while editing the photos, but finally settled on a 3D effect to bring out the bright colours of the viscose fabric. I had to leave the image above on a black and white filter as the seventies vibes coming from it were just too tempting and it went too well with the hair style, while also giving off a hint of innocence.
Ar gyfer un modiwl blyddyn yma, roedd rhaid i mi creu gwisg ar gyfer model ‘diverse’. Yn y lluniau, mae fy chwaer a model i, Llinos.
Roedd creu gwisg ar gyfer Llinos braidd yn anodd, gan ei bod hi wedi dioddef o Scoliosis yn ddiweddar felly mae ganddi gamedd mawr yn ei chefn sy’n gwneud i ddillad orwedd yn letchwith ar ei chefn. Dyma pan wnes i benderfynnu creu top eithaf llac. Roedd rhaid i liwiau’r defnydd fodyn lachar iawn, er mwyn efelychu ei phersonoliaeth! O ran gwallt, doedd dim modd gwneud dim oherwydd stranc yn yr ystafell wisgo.. Ond dwi’n meddwl ei fod yn gweithio’n eitha’ da!
Treuliais dyddia’ yn golygu’r lluniau, ond yn y diwedd wnes i aros gyda effaith 3D er mwyn rhoi pwyslais ar lliwiau’r defnydd.
This week Cari and I climbed to the top of Holyhead Mountain, and both of us learned an under-rated life lesson; just keep going.
While we got lost several times, took the wrong paths and had no idea if we were even close to the peak, we made it. We pushed each other along. I was spurred on by the idea of teaching Cari that, in any situation, if you give up you will never know what you might have experienced and eventually, we made it.
The view of our island can’t be put into words. Seeing the place we grew up from up high was so worth the long walk in the rare hot sun.
Big Sister Tip #3: Just keep going. When you’ve worked so so hard for something, ask yourself if it really is worth giving up? Could you be just around the corner from reaching you goal?
Little sister Ela has been nagging for ages for a trip to the hairdressers to cut a fringe (My offer for a free trim wasn’t tempting I guess…). Her persistence was slightly irritating. So, her wish was Mummy’s command and within an hour she was sat satisfied on the sofa with her new fringe perfectly framing her cutely chubby face.
The image of satisfaction faded after a while (a while being 20 mins), and a single melodramatic tear proved that the inevitable had happened: She didn’t want a fringe any more. And her reason being ‘people won’t like it in school’.
This shocked me, to say the least. My 8 year old little sister was already fearing what others think of her. This just isn’t right.
At her age, I lived outside. Constantly in the park, all grubby and muddy, not giving a damn what others thought of me. Ela shouldn’t be feeling pressured by others to look like what they wanted her to look.
So I sat her down for a sisterly chat, and wiped her tears.
Big Sister Tip #1 : Do you. If you can’t be you, who else can you be? You’re imperfectly unique and special. Those who truly love you will accept you no matter what you look like.