journal prompt 3 // people you have tried to imitate

Monday, July 30, 2012

Welcome back to the Journal Prompt Link-up. This week's list was:

Harley & Jane
people you have tried to imitate
(dress like, talk like, etc.)

Explanations are optional. Link up with your own below.
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  1. Emma Watson as Hermione Granger: I searched in vain for the sneakers she wears in Prisoner of Azkaban.
  2. Anne of Green Gables: Halloween costume age 10.
  3. Ashley Tisdale: Had her haircut for three years.
  4. Mary-kate and Ashley in The Challenge: One of them is obsessed with yoga, and that might play a part in my own love for it. Also, their hair. But I will never have their hair.
  5. Ice Princess: The ice skating, obviously.  I took lessons and dreamed about it in my spare time.
  6. Step up 2: I've always admired Andie's low, sultry voice. Every time I have a sore throat (and thus, a raspy voice), I quote her lines and can actually sound like her. Ask my brother. Also, I took dance lessons because of them.
  7. Zooey Deschanel: Every movie. The clothes. The hair. The I'm-retro-cute-and-cool attitude. I have 60s dress patterns in my closet I'm still wanting someone to sew for me.
  8. Hilary Duff in Cheaper by the Dozen: She owns buckets of MAC makeup, so I wanted MAC makeup too (but never got any).
  9. Katniss Everdeen: I've mentioned this in previous posts, but she's just so cool. Who doesn't want to be as tough as Katniss Everdeen?
  10. Daphne Reynolds (What a Girl Wants): My wardrobe went through a makeover after that movie came out. I wanted wide-legged flares, everything leather and vintage, and long, straight hair.
  1. Daphne Reynolds. Jane and I apparently lived semi similar tween existences.She wore the most fabulous black books, flare pants, blazer, and scarf. I went out and bought almost the exact sme thing. I remember wearing it to school when I was in 8th grade. The boots has a giant platform. Someone told me that they thought I looked European. I was in heaven.
  2. Her name was Alaina. Every time she caught me in the halls before class she would always ask how I was doing. How was my family. How was my day. Never once did she go off on one of those "this conversation is really about me" tangents. I made it a point to ask people more questions. Asking them conveys to the other person that you care. 
  3. I shall call her Ashely, but that is not her real name. She was one of my high school acquaintances. She always looked so effortless and put together. A little bohemian mixed with what a rockstar wears on her day off.  A look I have still not mastered. Once, I bought a sweater because she had it. 
  4. Patience is something I don't have. A new mom I have just met really demonstrates that acquiring this gift is possible. Even if her kids are crying and acting out she is so kind and handles them with a firm yet gentle love. I hope to have that one day. 
  5. Hilary Duff. Or maybe I should say Lizzie McGuire. The hair the clothes. Oh how my tween self wished for her courage and sylist! Of course now I cringe a tad 
  6. Lindsay Lohan in Mean Girls pre mean girl phase. I loved the look of her jeans and plaid shirt in the beginning. Also her long sleeved shirt and cropped cargos. So I bought army pants and flip flops. 


  1. loved reading these! i hope i'm not too late to link up. i'm gonna try! xx

  2. Daphne Reynolds, oh my gosh story of my life! I honestly thought I was her. Seriously, cut my hair like her. Went to London the following summer the movie came out and I raided the markets! Fun fact: totally watching the movie right now! :) Royal Dress Show YUUSSS!!!