Monday, January 26, 2015

Sheenazing Awards: Cultural Showcase

The 2015 Sheenazing Awards are over.  This year I came runner up in "Most Under Appreciated".... beaten by a sneak attack of lovely Canadian bloggers.

Story.of.my.life.

Anyways in case you were busy you might have missed the new segment of this years Sheenazing Awards.  The Cultural Showcase.  I know we're all so busy with our two dozen church ministries and three dozen children praying hourly rosaries while making liturgically appropriate dinner to hand out to the poor from your back door so I thought I'd highlight a few of the stand out contestants from this year.


Here we have Dwija from House Unseen, Life Unscripted sporting an amazing collection of things she's acquired from online second hand shopping.  Sources included Twice, ThredUp and Olivia's Instagram Feed.


Then we have Christy from Fountains of Home.  She's Canadian.


Mary from Better Than Eden decided to go with an all white theme.... to no one's surprise.



Kelly from This Ain't The Lyceum and Heather from Mama Knows, Honeychild were... well... unique as always.


Kendra from Catholic All Year made her lovely ensemble completely by hand, in three hours, while homeschooling, breastfeeding, and saving a bus full of orphans.  Simultaneously.

Read Kendra's paragraph without the Oxford Comma.... I dare you.

Haley from Carrots for Michalemas wore this wonderful piece grown in their front yard garden and sewn by hand by her husband Daniel.

Broccoli.... peacock.... mermaid?  It's probably 100% organic, too.


Nell from Whole Parenting, well... you just can't get more adorable can you?


Jenna from Blessed Is She would like fans to know that the design on her dress will be available as wallpaper background on the next email.

#projectblessed


Oh, there were so many good entries this year in the Cultural Competition.

Good show, everyone.

Though, if anyone would love to clarify the idea behind Clan Donaldson's entry, I'd much appreciate it.

Is it a Walking Dead Reference?  I just don't know...


See you next year!

26 comments:

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  2. okay this is the most hilarious thing I've seen in a long time! So good molly, so good!

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  3. Oh man! This is SO funny! Well done, Molly.

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  4. Sriously Molly, I was laughing out loud. I was so horrified by these dresses a few days ago and now they're just hilarious and amaz*hem*Sheenazing!

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    1. aaaaand I'm wrangling a toddler so I can't spell... *seriously

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  5. Hilarious! I truly laughed out loud!

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  6. Bahahaha! You win all the things next year :)

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  7. It's so funny I forced my husband to read it! He said, "inside jokes are fun on the Internet." Which is code for he only sort of got it. But I did! Thanks for a good laugh! :)

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  8. this.was.awesome. Molly you crack me up. I have a feeling that next year you will be enjoying quite a few wins in the Sheenazing Awards...fabulous!

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  9. SO funny! Thanks for the laugh :)

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  10. Love this! totally made my day!

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  11. Hahahaha! First thing read on the internet this morning and I'm trying not to wake my kids up laughing! Those are ridiculous!! Seriously, what is wrong with these pageant people??? I mean, the white one is *obviously* perfect but the rest? Pffft.

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    1. But we didn't get to see YOUR ensemble…hmmmm...

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  12. I'm just going to permanently save this so I can always laugh.

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  13. Sooo good!! Haha! Haley's outfit was the best!!!!!!

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  14. This is hysterical...I almost choked on my lunch!! Many congrats on being the runner up, Molly :)

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  15. Zomg. This is the best thing I have read all day.
    Ok, since you asked- my outfit is clearly a symbolic representation of the wooden drudgery of secular culture (represented by the browns and leafy....things) that chain us (represented by the circle....things) to a shallow understanding of our sexuality (represented by the boot....things). Buuuuuuut, by clearing a space out for God (represented by the...opening part in the front?), we are able to bear our hearts to Him in Whom we find rest.

    Also- zombies.

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  16. Bwahahaha. I may or may not have spit organic dandelion root tea out of my nose. We'll call it an impromptu cleanse...

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