BAKER STREET, LONDON
Apologies for the real sheer lack of posts these past two weeks or so; I’ve not necessarily been overwhelmingly busy but I sort of lost my head when it came to organisation which meant I really haven’t been giving much time to many projects. But – I’m officially off work now for the Christmas season with 101 new posts about to be blasted your way before the New Year – including reflections, round ups, and tons more. I wanted to start of by sharing a recent trip to the Jingle Bell Ball with the team from Debenhams and a few other lovely bloggers – we truly received the full VIP treatment!
NOTTING HILL, LONDON
I’m back in my family home for the weekend (in my lovely home town of London/Kent, nobody really knows…), and whenever I’m back here I feel like I’ve been transported back to Sixth Form. I remember being in Sixth Form and absolutely itching for freedom and adulthood – no tellings off, no curfews, no having to get permission to go wherever or do whatever – absolute freedom. I think it hit me when I was walking home that only c.4 years on, I’m exactly in the place I was itching to be. I’m a fully grown adult – I pay taxes, I rent, I don’t get an allowance from my parents and I’m in a three year relationship – when did this happen?! Memories of being out late and worried about getting told off, or being scared I wouldn’t get permission to go to a party, are so long gone that I don’t really remember what they feel like. I’ve… made it? Well, maybe not.