Hello! I'm Cheyene!
I'm an (almost) 19 year old Catholic girl. :)
I mainly blog historical fashions, Catholic-related stuff, sewing & crafting things, pictures I find pretty, and some really stupid things that I find funny.
Anonymous said: Yoooooooooooooo I really really REALLY want to go to moods!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Like please take me with you to New York
I would love for you to come, if I knew who you were! ;D It sounds a little bit like a little Kimothy Huggington I know… and I think shopping with them for FABRIC!!!!! would be super fun! If this is Kimi, you should totally convince your parents that you all need to go to NYC! At the same time that I’ll be there! And then we could go fabric shopping!
The stomacher, a V-shaped triangular panel, wore on the front of a woman’s open gown in the 18th century. To keep the bosom from standing out, the stomacher was extravagantly adorned with embroidery, laces, rows of ribbon bows called “échelle” (ladder) and sometimes with jewels. Since a stomacher needed to be pinned to the dress each time it was worn, this style was time-consuming.
Anonymous said: Why is Lent not going well for you?
Ah, well, I suppose it’s going okay, now. But I’ve been having a few days in a row that are just not that great, and when I made that post I was being a bit silly in implying that Lent is going unwell. I guess I just feel like Lent is a time of year where I should be improving myself spiritually, emotionally, etc., but yesterday I felt like I was starting this season off on the wrong foot, which was very annoying and disheartening to me. Really, all my emotions just added up to it being a bad day and affecting everything. But a night of rest helped me a lot! I feel much better, and ready to face the season of Lent!
Anonymous said: hello cheyenne this is the ten year old you waved to. twenty years hath passed since that day and I am now happily married to a womnan and have three children that are mine. couldnt have done it without you LMAO