Saturday, 30 June 2012

...Fine Dining...

Dress - T.U, Shoes - Unknown (worn down), Bag - Charity Shop

Friday night. Classic date night, right. Both of us had been paid and I had been having a bit of a rubbish week, so we decided to head for dinner. There is this lovely, little Italian round in the courtyard next to our flat called Giuseppes. The food was delicious and at a reasonable price too. Would definetly recommend this resturant to any looking to dine out in Worthing.


Sunday, 24 June 2012

...Looking at the Sun...

Obligatory nod to the weather, which seems to have reared its ugly head and given us some sunshine this weekend. Hurrah!

Been a lovely weekend catching up on sleep, working-out and nabbing some great charity shop finds (photos on those later, although you can see the new purple shirt in one/two of the pictures below). I have also been clearing out my wardrobe again. Find it so refreshing. I was much more careful this time making sure that I was giving away stuff that I knew for certain I would never wear again. Most it was either too big or too small, or random impulse splurges. I gave it all to charity rather than on ebay. I have gotten kind of bored of ebay and selling stuff. Too much agro. On another note I am feeling more positive of where I see my future in teaching and making the necessary steps to achieving that goal. Taking me a little longer than I initially thought. But that's life I suppose.

Here are a few snaps of my weekend. Some clothing snaps and mainly food. I have some proper posts coming up soon. Most of my time is being taken up with work, so do not have much to report on the blogging front. But I promise things around here will get better. We all go through this I think when blogging. Things become stale and uninspiring. Maybe I need to start setting myself projects and really take the time to think about what I want to post on here. I don't know, we will see.

Thank you to all those who still read my blog. It means a great deal me...


Thursday, 21 June 2012

...Life in Motion #9...

This maybe classed as a filler post but here are some images of life so far. Some outfits and messying around with instagram. Hope your weeks have been going well and that you have been making the most of the sun whilst it's been here. Finally I want to say a big 'Happy Birthday' to the wonderful James. Love you lots...


Saturday, 9 June 2012

...Life in Motion #8...

A little bit of my life thus far. Some outfits, travels and yummy food. Have a great weekend everyone, and thank you to everyone who reads my blog, it means a lot. I try to blog for myself and post things that I find interesting. The fact that other people find it interesting makes me very happy. Love to you all...


Friday, 8 June 2012

...Spontaneous travels...

On Tuesday we decided to take a random train journey somewhere, and for some reason I choose Bognor Regis. Tuesday just so happened to be a very wet and dreary day. Basically it was a wasted journey. I did however get some nice snaps. Interesting buildings, some pretty flowers and more bunting. Cannot get enough of this stuff. Really think it makes any street look wonderful. Just my opinion. So here they are. When the weather picks up again, I think I would like to go back to Bognor as it did look nice and I'm sure there are some nice walks to go on. Shame we wasted the morning.

Wore a very simple and comfortable outfit. Nice and snug. After our tragic morning escapade, we headed back to Worthing for lunch and an afternoon of film watching. Kind of a perfect way to end the bank holiday weekend. We saw Prometheus, finally watched Drive (amazing film), A Perfect World and to finish it off, Black Swan. My, my that film as a trip. Brilliant but freaky.


Tuesday, 5 June 2012

...Jubilee, Part 2...

So here is the second part to my jubilee experience. These are the photos from Battersea park. I was really looking forward to going to the park and experiencing the festivites they had organised; however, I felt slightly let down. It seemed disorgainsed, and things were not laid out as clearly as they could have been. A shame really as it had the potential to be really fun. 

The best oart for me was standing on a small hill, next to the Thames, with mother and a crowd of strangers waiting for the Queen to pass. Kids climbing up trees to get a better look, crazy outfits and a real friendly, joyous atmosphere filled the park. It was beautiful all the colours from the flags of the Commonwealth that passed through on the boats. It was very exciting and as soon as the Queen passed everyone dispersed and made their way on to other things. Mother and I decided to make our way back home as, without realising, it was getting late and the weather was taking a turn for the worst.

A very enjoyable weekend was had. Spending quality time with mum, and celebrating a momentous event in history, which may never happen again.