Tuesday, 6 May 2014

#2 There's no time like the present

Yesterday was my birthday. I ate way too much cake, visited the Breakfast Club for the first time, walked so much that my legs are paying for it today, and finished up with a lovely bottle of Malbec. I know there is a bit of controversy about present posts, but personally I find them helpful as they provide me with inspiration of what to buy friends and family. In no way am I looking to brag - I fully recognise how lucky I've been and how lucky I am to have friends and family that know me so well:


Plenty of reading material.... people clearly know how much I love France!  //   Nina Ricci eau de toilette  //  the most incredible chocolate honey comb that is dusted with edible gold glitter! // cute heart ornament //  travel wallet card holder which will replace my seriously battered one! //  cupcake book and decoration kit  //  macaroons  // mostly money this year as I've reached that "age" // Accessorize eau de toilette which has hints of citrus, cranberry , florals and green tea leaf  //  Topshop vouchers

Did you get up to anything nice over the weekend?

6 comments:

  1. Happy Birthday for yesterday! The Breakfast Club to start and Malbec to finish sounds perfect.

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    1. Thanks Lisa! There was a long queue for the BC so Malbec later was a necessity! x x

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  2. Happy birthday! What a fantastic load of presents! Life of Pi is one of my faves, and any book about Paris must be a winner x

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    1. Thanks Becca! I liked the film and colleagues recommended the book - looking forward to giving it a try once I've finished my current book! x x

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  3. Belated happy birthday! :) Haven't been The Breakfast Club in a while. Must go one last time before I leave London!

    Jade | The Jade Aesthetic

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    1. Thanks Jade! Spitalfields BC had the longest queue so probably avoid that one. Although maybe all Breakfast Clubs are the same I dunno! x x

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