Monday, January 30, 2006
Sunday, January 29, 2006
Saturday, January 28, 2006
The night before my shoot in Enniskery yesterday, I suddenly woke up in the middle of the night and rememberd that I forgot to pack my flash. I usually never use it as I have my lighting but for some reason, I felt I had to pack it. Next day Tanya and I get to the location, and first thing we were told was that there is NO ELECTRICITY in the whole of Enniskery for the day. Plus it was so dull and rainy outside. I had my flash thank god. Weird shit though.
Tanya and Sugar
Posted by LILI FORBERG at 1/28/2006 02:53:00 PM
Thursday, January 26, 2006
Wednesday, January 25, 2006
Posted by LILI FORBERG at 1/25/2006 08:16:00 PM
It is official. Maximo Park are the lovelist people in the whole world. They were kind enough to put me and Una on the guestlist for last night's SOLD OUT show in the Ambassador along with The Arctic Monkeys. Awesome awesome show. I wasn't on camera duty so was able to enjoy the gig like a normal person which was also fun (but not as fun I must admit)
Posted by LILI FORBERG at 1/25/2006 11:05:00 AM
Tuesday, January 24, 2006
Saturday, January 21, 2006
So yes. I was right. Ariadna is gorgeous. A shame she couldn't make it for the Totally Dublin shoot... next time!
And here is Amy who I am also a fan of.
Team Lil-Corina strikes again! We shot for Totally Dublin on Thursday- here's Nic working on our lovely model Alex. Check out the shoot out beginning of March.
CO CO CO CORINA ! ! !
ps. BURCO CAME HOME FOR THE WEEKEND ! ! YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY ! best surprise EVER !
Posted by LILI FORBERG at 1/21/2006 05:39:00 PM
Wednesday, January 18, 2006
Tuesday, January 17, 2006
Saturday, January 14, 2006
I still get jobs.ie sending me emails every nite.... well I came across this job... All you makeup artists out there- PLEASE. don't do it. however tempted you are. this one is a no.
Blooms Hotel / Club M Read our profile
Anglesea St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland
01 671 5622
01 671 5997
Are you a Make up artist/beautician/hair dresser?Looking for extra cash, Look at this!
Club M which has recently been renovated, now features a make up area in its Ladies Toilets. Equipped with Brown Leather Seating, Large Mirrors and numerous plug sockets in a well lit area.
Following requests from several customers we are looking for someone to establish a part time business offering the following services:
Make Up Touch Ups
The candidate will be willing to work under their own initiative, setting a price list for the services offered. All proceeds will be kept by you. You will be supervised by the Clubs Management, but will be seen as a sub vendor thus not receive a basic wage from the club. We believe that the demand for this service is sufficient to make it a worth while venture. Due to it being the first position of its kind, all persons will be required to work a nights trial.
Posted by LILI FORBERG at 1/14/2006 01:03:00 AM
Wednesday, January 11, 2006
Saturday, January 07, 2006
Thursday, January 05, 2006
Herb Keinon, Gil Hoffman and jpost staff, THE JERUSALEM POST
Jan. 4, 2006
Sources "close to the prime minister" have said that Ariel Sharon has suffered damage to his brain, and that the damage would be apparent when and if Sharon surfaces from an induced comma, according to a Channel 10 report.
Earlier Thursday, Professor Shlomo Mor-Yosef, Director-General of Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem announced that Sharon will remain in an induced coma for at least 24 hours.
The prime minister's vital signs were still stable, following his second operation of the day.
"Sharon is under anesthesia and is being ventilated, at least for the next 24 hours," the hospital director said.
Mor-Yosef stressed that the prime minister was still alive, thereby refuting rumors that Sharon had passed away. He promised to notify the public were any changes to occur.
Sharon was transferred to the neuro-surgery intensive care unit following an operation that succeeded in halting cerebral hemmoraghing on Thursday morning.
Mor-Yosef announced that a CAT scan had been done and showed that the surgery had halted the hemorrhaging and the prime minister's vital signs were stable; Sharon was still in very serious condition, however.
After a six-hour operation to stop cerebral hemorrhaging that continued for most of Wednesday night, the prime minister returned to the operating room early Thursday morning following a CAT scan that revealed additional areas of cerebral bleeding.
Several of Sharon's advisors left the emergency room with what journalists described as "poker faces." When pressed for details on his condition, they refused to comment.
Mor-Yosef explained that the prime minister was, of course, under general anesthesia and receiving artificial respiration during the procedure.
"The situation is serious," Mor-Yosef stated.
Sharon suffered a massive brain hemorrhage late Wednesday, which caused extensive cerebral bleeding.
Some doctors proffered an opinion that the process of stopping Sharon's brain hemorrhage was complicated by the blood thinners that the prime minister has been receiving twice daily since his first, minor, stroke some two weeks ago. Hadassah doctors neither confirmed nor denied this theory.
Justice Ministry spokesman Ya'acov Galant said that a prime minister legally remains in his post only as long as he is capable of making decisions. Since Sharon is not conscious after suffering from what doctors termed "a serious stroke," his powers and prerogatives were transferred to his deputy, Finance Minister Ehud Olmert.
Olmert convened a special cabinet meeting on Thursday morning at 9 a.m. in order to brief the ministers on the temporary transfer of powers.
The Rabbinate organized a prayer rally service at the Western Wall Wednesday night.
It initially appeared that Sharon's condition was not as severe. According to well-placed sources, there were two deteriorations, the first just prior to the arrival at Hadassah and the second, upon entering the trauma unit.
While on his way to the hospital, Sharon's spokesmen claimed that the prime minister was conscious and able to speak, but had complained that he was suffering from weakness and "felt ill."
The prime minister initially complained of feeling chest pressure and pain. Two Sharon associates said the prime minister was feeling unwell at his Negev ranch, and following a discussion with his personal doctor, decided to be taken to the hospital.
He could have been taken to the closer Soroka Hospital in Beersheba, but it was decided to take him to the further Jerusalem hospital, where he was to have a pre-scheduled catheterization on Thursday.
Sharon's son Gilad was reportedly in the car with him, along with a physician, while his other son, Omri Sharon, arrived at the hospital as well.
After suffering a mild stroke 18 days ago, the prime minister had been scheduled to undergo the heart procedure Thursday morning.
However, the procedure was reportedly delayed due to the events of Wednesday evening.
High-ranking Likud sources hinted that the Likud could end up staying in the government if Sharon's health situation turned out to be serious, but a Netanyahu spokesman said the party would not issue any statement other than to wish the prime minister well.
The dramatic downturn in Sharon's health came as Sharon was running for reelection on March 28 at the head of a new centrist party, Kadima. He was enjoying a wide lead in the polls. The party's strength is centered on Sharon himself, and if he were forced to leave the scene, Israel's political scene would be thrown into turmoil.
Posted by LILI FORBERG at 1/05/2006 05:09:00 PM
Posted by LILI FORBERG at 1/05/2006 12:54:00 PM