Your true coulours are beautiful like a rainbow :)
We had a little picnic earlier in the week and Paul bought us these lovely fairycakes :)
It's hard to tell someone that you miss them when you've been drifting apart for so long. I wish I was braver, so I could find a way to be honest with people without hurting them. I guess I've been reminiscing a lot lately, too much actually, but I'm gona start living in the moment from now on. Even if I end up in my ditzy day-dream world from time to time, which is a rather fascinating place if I say so myself ;) but I suppose you've got to get a little lost sometimes - to find answers to unanswerable questions and such, hehe.
The conversion of fear into bravery.
I think I've been brainwashed by consumerism...
I swore I'd never buy anything from Jack Wills because I don't agree with the stereotype associated with it and don't even get me started on the prices.... but I've been looking at their site a lot lately and feel increasingly drawn to some of their items. I like that it's all vintage university outfitters, but the whole point of being vintage isn't to dress like everybody else.
Oh dear... £20 for a pair of socks! pffft... then again I adore the socks / tights by miu miu which are like £250 - but they have real crystals sown into them! ;D ofcourse I'd only ever buy them if I won the lottery - giving me a '1 in a gazillion' chance of ever being able to afford those bedazzled masterpieces :(
Hehe, I might have to DIY a pair of socks with sequins - add a bit of glamour to my black & white wardrobe.
I bought a pack of strawberry bon-bons this week - they taste lovely but they're one of the most awkward candies you could possibly eat whilst trying to have a conversation with someone...
They're also very messy - I left the packet half open in my bag only to find the powder had gotten all over my books. What made it worse was that I opened my bag in the wind and the powder poofed into my face :O pshhh.