Dressed like she’s heading to Afterlife on Omega, this is my fashion interpretation of FemShep from Mass Effect, renegade style.
Two years ago today I started Console to Closet.
I stayed up super late, playing around on Polyvore and happened to create a few Mass Effect inspired outfits. I decided to post these on Tumblr and, well, the rest is history.
Over the past two years, Console to Closet has grown to have an audience of over 150,000 stylish gamers, posted over 500 outfits, attended a handful of conventions (even being on a panel at one!), and, most recently, joined the Geek & Sundry network.
I can’t put into words how important Console to Closet has been to me over the past two years. It’s really changed who I am and has given me some amazing opportunities. I’ve met so many extraordinary people - bloggers, gamers, cosplayers, vloggers, Tumblr’ers, the list goes on. I’m extremely happy to have all of these new friends in my life.
So with that being said, I want to thank each and every one of you for support Console to Closet over the past two years. Whether you were here from the beginning or just stumbled upon us, thank you for taking the time to look. Console to Closet wouldn’t exist without your support. I love you all so much and hope I get to meet even more of you in year three!
THANK YOU GUYS <3
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Choose to be a part of what God is doing. Even if it doesn’t make sense right now, even if it is difficult to walk thru, even if you can’t see over the mountain. Put your trust in WHO God is. Trust that He has you.
Translation: "Hey, fatty, give me spare change."
My dad last night got really angry and tried to defend me when he overheard a couple of street kids call my weight out, I didn’t really mind them nor did I hear them.
It doesn’t make it easier for me to like people or to help out people (specifically children) when they act like this, and don’t give me ”They don’t know any better”— I’m aware of that, and it doesn’t make their words less hurtful to some people. I don’t think I’ll ever want to understand why people are so awful at times.
But we must forgive because He forgives.