This week has been a good one to say the least. It started with an Amazing Race-style event that ended in a completely unexpected proposal by my boyfriend of 10 years. Then the HelloGiggles team let me know that an article I wrote has been published on their website. I've been going on their website since I discovered New Girl and started fangirling over Zooey Deschanel, so I . . .
I am a rather kind soul without a penchant for violence, but I must say... I LOVE THIS NOTEBOOK. You can buy it via CoolHunting. . . .
Game of Thrones. The series that I never expected to enjoy but ever since I clicked on that first episode – could not keep my eyes off. And no, it's not because of the multitude of half-naked women that are always casually walking across the screen. If you've watched it, you will remember the many moments where a character is killed off and you're left stunned. Well, someone sat there tabbing all . . .
It has been a hectic three weeks. Time, please slow down a little, please stroll along and smell the flowers before deciding to spin away at crazy speeds. "And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it." - Roald Dahl . . .
I've come to a stage in my life (aka. old age) where my parents words stop being nagging mumbles and start to make plenty of sense. It seems like it's only when you're far from home that your parents feel the closest to you - things tend to be ironic that way. You stop being the all-knowing teenage brat and you start learning that listening can get you far. That the older generation have plenty of . . .
Stays in Vegas. Or so they say... We all have this inclination towards secrets. Keeping them, sharing them, knowing something that no one else does. They require a worthy audience - someone you know too well, or someone you really don't know at all. Although few seem to know the very meaning of secrets anymore - the more interesting something is, the faster word seems to spread. (That irks . . .