Tuesday, 21 May 2019

crying in the shower.




I don’t know how long I’ve lived with a chronic illness, but some days it feels like forever. Dragging at my heels, holding me back. I am one of the lucky ones - most days I barely even notice it, thanks to medication. I’m not used to feeling bad anymore, so the bad days hit hard.

I’ve felt tripped up by it lately. I was smugly going along, doing all of my 4 jobs to a reasonable degree, having a busy social life, and even getting to the gym when I could fit it in. And then the crash came.

Monday, 20 May 2019

dinner at lost & found, bristol.



A couple of weeks ago, we were invited along to Lost & Found to try out the menu and sip a couple of cocktails. Having not been since the opening weekend, I was keen to see how they'd settled in and what had changed since then..

Saturday, 18 May 2019

snapshots from 31.



Such a lovely week, despite the bouts of anxiety. Anyone else get birthday anxiety? 
Thanks everyone who celebrated with me in some way! 

I'll let the photos speak for themselves. 

Friday, 12 April 2019

most worn.



It's slightly warmer, the sun is out for longer, and I just don't want to be reaching for dark colours anymore. This is what I've been wearing a LOT lately - comfy, cute, and springy. That's all I want. 

There's a running joke with my boss at Rhubarb Jumble, that I never take these trousers off.. and well, it's almost true. I wear them numerous times a week at the moment! They're the perfect transitional trousers, and the fit is perfect - cropped and high waisted. Ideal with my chucks (although I'm hoping to be able to swap those for sandals more regularly soon) and a cropped sweatshirt, showing just a hint of skin. 


What are you wearing a lot at the moment?


Read on for outfit details!

Friday, 5 April 2019

cut out poetry.



I recently came back to this fun way of writing after about 10 years. I loved creating slightly abstract poems in college by way of black out or cut out poetry, but somewhere along the way, it got lost. 

My wonderful friend Bee reminded me of it in one of her Patreon posts, and one evening after work, I spotted some books for free on somebody's wall. I took one home. I didn't want to read that book, but I did want to cut it up and make something of my own.

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