Hooray! No coats needed today thank you very much! I am feeling all sunshiney and spring-like and inspired to pack away my black clothes and splash out on a little bit of colour. Here are some lovely things I have my eye on:
*Freya Dress by Bellaju *Debo by Toast* Sequin Mule by Toast*
I live in the Welsh countryside, close to the sea and the mountains. I am a country girl but I love travelling and visiting London for inspiration and new ideas. I love fashion, colour, art, good books, old films, baking and photography. I dream of a sparkling home in the city and a cottage in the country.
Although a lot of people in Wales don't speak Welsh, the influence the Welsh language has had on the way we speak is huge: we regularly use welsh words mixed in with our English vocabulary and our sentance structure is often governed by the way you would say things in Welsh. This mixture of a language is called Wenglish
Wenglish Word / phrase of the moment:
Let Loose: Acting in a wild manner; "Behave yourself, will you? - you're acting like as if you're let loose!"
Quote of the Moment
"On the whole human beings want to be good, but not too good, and not quite all the time" (George Orwell)
I Am Reading / Have Just Read
Me Cheeta - Cheeta
The Glass Room - Simon Mawer (verdict: sparkling, evocotive, haunting)
The Little Stranger - Sarah Waters (verdict: chilling, thoughtprovoking, excellent))
An Affair To Remember
Das Leben der Anderen / The Lives of Others
Eternal Sunshine Of A Spotless Mind
Gone With The Wind
Lost In Translation
North By Northwest
Out of Africa
The 39 Steps (1935)
The English Patient
The Third Man
Un long dimanche de fiançaille / A Very Long Engagement
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