Sunday, 19 May 2019

Eleven Things

one. watching Suits on Netflix. It's been on my list for ages, and I'm sold. Harvey quotes - written in my Smythson. Loving the music they use, especially when 'Rubberband Man' features in Season 2. Meghan Markle - absolute beaut. 

two. buying proper vintage clothes for the first time in a long time. I ordered an oversized pink vintage fleece & a pink/lilac shell suit style jacket - both are like a costume out of 'Derry Girls' and I love them! I'm intending on wearing them this Spring/Summer and bringing a bit of vintage back to my life!

three. pick n mix - big tubs from wilkos. I'm all about foam bananas, jazzies & sour sweets. 

four. being cooked breakfast by my parents - fry up all day every day, yes please and thank you. 

five. Glow Up on BBC Three - I'm on episode 7, and absolutely loved the eras challenge, and the fact 'Dancing in the Moonlight' by Toploader was a song themed make up look - it is currently one of my favourite songs thanks to The Umbrella Academy. 

six. lush baths - this week I've used Love Boat & Groovy Kind of Love, both very lovely! (nearly wrote both very lush ha!) 

seven. sending messages to people in the TTC community, and how open and just generally lovely everyone is. 

eight. and following on from that how lovely other people are who aren't going through what I'm going through, but are still reaching out and saying 'I'm here'. 

nine. apple and elderflower cordial from the Co Op - purely gorgeous drink right there. 

ten. the episode of Emma Gannon's podcast with Elizabeth Day which covered How to Fail, IVF and was a fabulous little listen. 

eleven. a more hilarious listen that is my new obsession is Ed Gamble & James Acaster's Off Menu podcast. They sit and talk with a guest about their favourite menu starter through to dessert including sides, drinks etc and the food can be from any time. I'm only a few episodes in but I swear every time I hear James shout 'poppadoms or bread!' I'm in hysterics! 
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