Sunday, 29 March 2015

Taking stock

I'm going to start off by saying I'm sorry. Mostly to myself as I promised myself I would write at least one post per week but then the stress of uni deadlines and exams kind of swallowed up everything else. But here we are again. It's the end of the month and as I write this I am on a train to my hometown Norwich. For a whole friggin month! I think I haven't been this excited in a long time. The small things I guess. 

On the small things the photo above was taken whilst on a walk whilst taking a break from revision. I'm trying to see it as a reminder that there are beautiful things everywhere. A reminder that no matter how dark things may get that there is another side to that tunnel. 

Wow, that got deep fast! But I suppose that these sort of things are as much a part of life as the happy, beautiful things. 

Anyway after going off on that massive tangent what I really wanted to do is talk about what I plan to do with this here blog. I want to document more of my life, hopefully forcing me to do more with my life. I want to share the things that I love to the few that read this (Hi Josie!) and I want to continue to hone my minimal photography and writing skills. 

-Monday - food type post
-Wednesday -lists
-Friday - fashion
-Sunday - weekly catch up

Speak soon lovelies 

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

It is always ourselves we find in the sea

This weekend just gone was the first weekend off in a long time, so I bundled myself into a train to return to Norfolk to see my family.

On Saturday my Dad and I took the dogs and headed to Winterton-on-Sea a small seaside town with the most beautiful beach that allows dogs on it year round. The sun was shining and so it was a perfect day to walk and talk.



Our beautiful Tibetan Terrier named Watson.

The everlovable Romanian rescue Toffee.





Pretty much perfect eh? Still too cold to dip into the sea, but it promises of a good summer.

Speak soon lovelies










Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Sunday is market day

On Sunday was the first day that I had after quitting my job. So I did something that I've always wanted to do since moving to London. Which was heading east for the Columbia Road Flower Market. I didn't buy any flowers but I'm going share a few snaps I took. Including some from Brick Lane market:


All I'm all a pretty perfect day. I did take more photos on a disposable camera that I'd taken along. But I still need to finish the film and then get them developed. 

Speak soon lovelies