Bookgasm: The Pajama Challenge - Day 12

Wednesday, September 05, 2012

Disclaimer: The sets do not show the exact descriptions but only interpretations or substitutes.

Challenge for Day 12: Midnight Blue Snowflake Pajama Set on Clearance
Ravenous
Midnight blue can signify royalty, darkness, cold and something mystifying. It can define sadness, loneliness or sensual. It can also add mystery or wickedness. My first interpretations were supposed to be a snow queen or a vampire, but I already made the former and plan to do the latter in another theme. Ravenclaw came in to mind as well but it is too young and fun for what I wanted to do.

So I opted for something in between or something that exudes all that the color can define. Enigmatic in a way because I will let you interpret the character itself. You can use your imagination on what kind of woman she is or what character she is portraying. All I can say is she's wilder than you think she is.

Marion Quitasol's interpretation of Chapter 12:
When I first saw the first few words of the chapter title, what reflected me was: LONELINESS. I visualized myself to be somewhat alone in my own apartment playing a piano (I wish!) or playing a music in my radio. Thus, from that reflection, this is what I came up with. It may be too simple but from a perspective of a lonely soul, it doesn't need to be colorful or flagrant. 
We all know that music calms every soul so, I have added a music sheet and some piano keys. It has always been my frustration to learn on how to play a piano. I envy Alicia Keys, Sara Bareilles, Yiruma or even Mozart for playing such pieces. They are truly gifted.
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What's your take on Chapter 12?

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