6 on 6: March 

Welcome back to another installment of 6 on 6! This month’s theme is pink. Though the theme was a little more challenging for me—I don’t have much pink outside of my wardrobe—I did come up with some neat things to share.

Let’s start of with a quite literal representation of the theme. This is my absolute favorite perfume. My mom first got this for me when I was about 11. It was my first real perfume. Then this past Christmas, my mom surprised me with a brand new bottle. I love the fresh, floral scent.

Another Christmas gift from this past season is this gem. Yup, those are Jeff Goldblums all over this t-shirt. It’s perhaps my favorite sleep shirt. It’s big, baggy, and quirky. I don’t know why this shirt was so appealing to me, but hey, I’m not complaining 😉

Now for a blast from the past. This is the same GameBoy Color I received for my seventh birthday. You can’t see it in this picture, but I have Pokémon Blue in it at the moment. When I get the chance, I still play it, and slowly work my way to finally finishing the game. The stickers are for added effect, of course.

I picked up this huge, fluffy scarf when I was in Ireland. It’s made purely out of wool, and it’s my absolute favorite. Even though it was rather expensive (€35), it’s worth every penny—or the Euro equivalent. This scarf came in handy on dreary days in college, and often acted as a neck pillow when I was feeling tired. Now, I’m not saying I slept in class, but if I were going to, I would more than likely wear this scarf.

This adorable Sailor Moon poster came from a Japanese toy shop in Chicago. It came with another poster, which depicts Sailor Jupiter. I love the art nouveau style, and how the colors seem to pop off the poster. I’m still trying to find an appropriate spot to hang these beauties, but one day, they will have a place of honor on my wall one day.

The cover of Batgirl #45 sports my favorite cover art, created by the wonderful Babs Tarr. The light, pastel colors and watercolor style are just so pretty to look at; I can’t help but stare. I love Babs Tarr’s whole aesthetic, and I think it fits in perfectly with the world of Barbara Gordon.

That’s it for this edition of 6 on 6! If you would like to join in on the fun, head on over to Scruffy Little Nerd Herder’s site to get the scoop on this monthly challenge. What’s your favorite pink item? Share with me below!

Life was meant to be lived nerdily, so what are you waiting for? 


14 thoughts on “6 on 6: March 

  1. That Jeff Goldblum shirt is one of the best things I’ve ever seen!! Now that I know it exists, I won’t be able to rest until I have my hands on one:P And yay Gameboy! Such a blast from the past, for sure!

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  2. Woah you were so fast this time I almost thought I missed the 6th of March! xD Love your pictures, and that Gameboy photo just brought back sooo many memories… I remember mine was yellow (the Pikachu edition, whaaat) and I was insanely mad at my stepfather once who didn’t know you could only save one game on the cartridge; when he started his own game to try it out and overwrote my own he probably witnessed the most spectacular cry fest of his life. But he was cool enough to help me catch again all lost Pokémons so we’ve worked things out 😉

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  3. Yay – great pictures for this months challenge! Everyone seems to have thrived on pink as a theme. I am so unbelievably jealous of your Jeff Goldblum shirt – I need that in my life, and I agree, #45 has one of the greatest covers, I love it!

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