Sunday, June 21, 2009





Recently I've been thinking that maybe photo isn't my thing anymore. I was set on getting my
BFA in Photography from MCAD, buuuut I don't know if I really see myself having a lot of passion for it anymore. I wish there was an "embroider cute little people" major..or I especially
wish that MCAD had Fibers. Part of me just wants to switch over to the University of Minnesota and get a BFA in art in general, and minor in French (which if you haven't noticed already, I absolutely adore). I just want to be an elementary art teacher, and sell my personal work over the summer, so I really could major in anything. Oohhh the possibilities!
What do you major in?

Lovely hannah gave me this little blog award! Toooo cute. Visit her to see lots of precious outfits.

10 comments:

Lauren said...

I love your little cross stitch pieces! They inspire me to pick up a needle and thread and try my own. :) x

Lana Hiroko said...
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Chicken Dinner Candybar said...

oh that dress is so lovely. very cute embroidery, too! :)

Nataly said...

ah, I just love your blog times a million!

Bridget said...

If you want to be an elementary art teacher, it may be good to have a concentration in education for the street cred...if you do U of MN, you could do a whole lot of things: lots of art, psychology, education classes, French, and perhaps do an MFA...I know that's a whole lot of school, but that may be the best thing to get you where you want to be. Also, there's lots of French immersion schools in MN (Etoile d'Nord, a magnet school in St Paul, plus others) so that'd be a cool way to put everything together!

ali formby. said...

english :]
concentration in technical writing.

Charlotte Drene said...

You are exceptionally cute.

Children of Eve said...

I know how you feel. I went to the NYC School of Visual Arts and changed my major each year! I went from illustration to film/video to advertising (the worst!) and ended up with a degree in graphic design. Hated working in that field and got into fashion design. I did that for 12 yrs until I birthed my girls and quit to stay home with them. Now I am the happiest ever, get to do whatever strikes my fancy. School was useless except for the fact that I met my husband, an amazing illustrator there. Follow your passions, not the rules.

Aliliisa said...

I love your cross stitch pieces! I would love to fill my wall with those<3 :)

emilie anna evelina said...

such a nice little portrait! :D