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The week in words and pictures: silks, a sunrise and self-portraits

February 10, 2013

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The rugby’s just ended (well done England!), it’s raining and i’m deciding whether to make brownies or do some sewing…it must be Sunday! This week has been mostly about doing lots more silks, trying to improve my ‘bloggerface’ (I think it’s working) and doing coursework. There was a very pretty sky which annoyingly I only captured with my iPhone as I didn’t have my camera on me.

In fact, this weeks pictures are brought to you exclusively by iPhone. I blame Tony for taking my camera to Vegas with him.

2013-02-03 14.13.56 2013-02-03 17.29.32 2013-02-03 15.07.49Hannah, Donna and I did a lot of silks at the weekend, and we’ve been practicing our splits. Hannah is a dancer so doesn’t really need to practice her splits. I, on the other hand, have a long way to go still.

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The Pizza Express on Corn Street has very elaborate chandeliers and a big dome ceiling  Nice building, but not my favourite pizzas.2013-02-06 08.23.27

Tony found this hat in Vegas, and I love it! Can’t wait to wear it out :)

2013-02-04 07.47.44Totes got my #bloggerface down to a T

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Caroline brought in some daffodils to the office to brighten it up. They look great against the blue wall. Very Sweden!

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And again…I should totally be sponsored by the Blogcademy at this rate, i’m giving Kat, Gala and Shauna so much publicity with this iPhone case!

Next week, Brighton calls for what is going to be one epic hen do.

How’s your week been?

Big love <3

Bristol, Out and about

Zombies and sunsets around Bristol

October 29, 2012

On Saturday it was Bristol Zombie walk, and as we were heading in to town we managed to watch all the ‘zombies’ being herded in to King Square (just off Jamaica St) and leave to be zombies around the centre of town.

There were some very unusual looking zombies! Here are a few of my picks from the day:



This guy had the zombie walk down to a T…but I think that was mostly cider-fuelled…



Zombies may be the living dead, but they still prefer iPhones (and offensive t-shirts).

Afterwards we went on a walk around the Harbour (it was a gorgeous but cold Autumn day) and headed towards the Grain Barge in the early evening. I managed to get a couple of sunset snaps before heading in to the pub:



Bristol is so pretty…

Coming soon…the write-up on Tony and Gower’s attempt at the Atomic Burger Fallout Challenge.