This thursday’s themesong is one that has danced around my thoughts and paced the flow of blood around my body for months.
I dedicate it to the girl who introduced me to the song.
A girl who studied for years to study the stars and then left her work to dance amongst them.
Thank you to Mellony – for being a spark that lit me through some of my darkest moments – for all of her love and all of her patience – and thank you to the Afrikaburners who played this song at AfrikaBurn 2013 – and thank you to DJ Eppelsauce for indulging my pleas and playing this every time I ask.
It’s the first Monday of December and I am forced to confront the near end of 2013.
General consensus seems to be that it was a tough year for everyone – a year of challenge and growth – and as I look at my own internl challenges and growth this year I have only one regret: “The fear of failure.”
The fear of failure has prevented me from doing many things over many years – and the fear of failure is something that I am now actively avoiding and instead I am attempting to find (with certainty) my limits.
I challenge you to do the same
We can’t stop hearing Miley’s music on the radio – so here’s a 1950′s version by Postmodern Jukebox – the brainchild of Scott Bradlee, a jazz pianist whose longstanding love/hate relationship with pop music propelled him to play with it and find his own games within it.
I love it!
Here’s another one
A cute jazzy twist on a gaga classic
and then this psy Gatsby vibe…
Let me know what you think below,
Have a happy Thursday
P.S. Thanks Alex : )
I have a new drug and it is called Yoga.
I first tried yoga when I was 15. I was at boarding school, I wasn’t happy with myself physically or emotionally and I thought that yoga would stretch me into the graceful, calm and poised wise woman I wanted to grow up to be.
Reality saw 15 year old Samcat giving up after one term of feeling like a whale out of water, clumsily flopping between retardations of graceful silhouettes.
I tried and I gave up. I felt frustrated, nothing flowed and the whole ordeal stressed me out. I placed blame on the teacher and the location, and I “didn’t really have the time with all the extra subjects I was doing.”
I figured I would try it again in another place at another time with another teacher.
So try try again I… [ Read more ]
I tweeted this a while back, but I want it here forever.
Tu-pac didn’t get me excited – but a hologram strip-tease where her clothes flutter away like gemstones, a celebration of the very sexual feminine power Louboutin evokes through his shoes… #yesplease
I meet a lot of people who say that they cannot bake,
and most of the time I assume the sentiment is fake,
but lately I’ve been jotting down all of our mistakes,
So here’s a hint or two or three or five for you to take…
1) Your butter and eggs need to be at room temperature.
This means that your butter is not runny, but it is soft. If your butter is too cold, the same way it would not spread on bread, it will not “spread” over your other ingredients, and your cupcake cannot have the silky texture that you and it deserve. The same logic applies to your eggs, take them out the fridge a few hours before. *Vegans could substitute an egg for a tablespoon… [ Read more ]
Earlier this year I auditioned for and landed the role of an overly attached girlfriend type for an internationally funded local music video.
The band is called “Membership” and the members a friends who developed their style in a studio in Pretoria.
Rumored to be launching in Germany, I cannot tell you when the band is actually launching an album, but the music video that we made is now available for public consumption.
*WARNING – SCARY OVERLY ATTACHED ONE NIGHT STAND GIRL COMING UP*
Directed by WILLEM GROBLER (Silver Lining Pictures)
Produced by RENIER RIDGEWAY (Silver Lining Pictures)
Girl – SAMANTHA LAURA KAYE
Guy – GIDEON DE KOCK
Director of Photography – PIETER SEYFFERT
Edited by WILLEM GROBLER & PIETER SEYFFERT
Production Design – ALDINE BRONKHORST & STEPHANIE VAN GELDEREN
Wardrobe Stylist – DYLANNE POWELL
Hair & Makeup by DYLANNE POWELL & SAMANTHA… [ Read more ]
What is it: An intenseley moisturizing and uniquely protective hand treatment. Devised to be instantly absorbed with no greasy residue, this highly effective formulation uses a special combination of lipids to nurture the skin’s natural moisture and nutrients storage against the early signs of aging.
How does it work: Formulated by Dr Eric Schulte, a surgeon concerned with the dryness resulting from the constant hand sanitization undergone by medical practitioners, QMS Hand care delivers unique hydration and moisture that is quickly absobed with no greasy residue. Suitable for the most sensitive of skins it is nourishing and protects against the early signs of aging by hydrating and restoring nutrients to the skin as well as creating a barrier between the skin and destructive elements.
How much does it cost/where can I buy it: Buy it for R200 from your local QMS stockist or online here
Consumer Tip:… [ Read more ]
Are you going to be in Cape Town this Saturday night?
Do you enjoy listening to live music?
Do you dig Rock n Roll?
Do you wish you had more exposure to local music?
Are you too broke to afford entrance to a club this weekend?
Would you like to buy me and my friends tequila?
Answer yes to any/all of these and this competition is for you!
Gary is heading off to London and having a farewell on Saturday night where he intends to treat himself to our fabulous company and in return, treat us not only with his fabulous company before he fuels our abandonment issues by fleeing to London, but also to the Tequila/Jaegermeister/sweat fueled sounds emerging from some… [ Read more ]