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Smiling on Sunday.


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It’s been what feels like an absolute age since I’ve shared anything other than my weekends on here, I did have grand plans to do a bit more with this little space of mine but sitting at a computer all day makes me want to get as far away as possible from a screen once I get home and have time to do what I enjoy. It’s a shame but I guess it’s just how it goes and I’ve been seeing it more and more as the blogs I follow grow up with me.

Still, I like having this as a creative outlet and the Internet is a fun place to hang out on occasion so even if this doesn’t become a regular thing, I thought it would be good to share a bit of love and some fun things I’ve found recently.


Books getting turned into films before they’ve even been published is something that doesn’t really sit well with me. Don’t get me wrong, I love films but usually enjoy the book counterpart better when it comes down to it. A trailer for a book is the neatest idea though and something people should consider more often. The Meaning of Maggie by Megan Jean Sovern is definitely on my to-read list, what can I say, I’m a sucker for good design and that cover and trailer just got me.


I love this sea bass bag from Don Fisher, it even has a boney fishy lining.


Cereal Magazine has been on my list of ‘must subscribe’ magazines for a little over a year now. I still haven’t got around to it, but love reading their blog so much. With my current severe case of wanderlust and plans to actually, finally book a trip to Iceland for November, their photographs are really making me feel inspired.


Fritha from Tigerlily Quinn got engaged last week and her engagement story is lovely. It’s a two-parter and I was on tenterhooks after reading the first half. I’m not quite at that stage where I feel ready to go through anything similar but I can’t help but feel a little mushy.


I’m determined that once we move from our little flat here in Newbury that most of the furnishings will be nice, neutral wood. I think this make up station from iSkelter is a good place to start.


It’s certainly wedding season, and like I said, I can’t help feel mushy but this wedding shot by Rachel Thurston looks kind of perfect, right down to the homemade mini golf.


Must admit that I’m a little over the whole ‘abandon porn’ thing, but Kaylah from The Dainty Squid has always done it so well and this abandoned amusement park does look like a great place to do a bit of exploring.
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I hope that you enjoy the rest of your Sunday and that Monday isn’t too hard on you. ♥

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