Darn it! Contrary to the image I was trying to create, it now actually looks like my friends are rapidly disappearing. Today I'm officially an employee of the French Minister of Defense. Sounds kinda kickass doesn't it hehe


Ode to Doty

I love moving around and trying new cities and countries on for size, especially one's where excessive drinking and eating is inbuilt in their culture. However being a roamer kinda has its downsides too, like the fact suitcases and backpacks are only limited in size and you can't squash all your family and friends in there as well as the 17 pairs of shoes you want to take. What I'm trying to say is I miss Dorothy!!


Looking at me looking at you

Whooooza this past month has just been mental and I have no idea where to start or what the very random photos of my friends taking photos of me taking photos of them has anything to do with the uneducated ramblings of this post. Anyhow my current place of residence is Aix en Provence, a small spa town in the south of France. I'm working very little, drinking lots of coffee and wearing stripped tees like a good french lady would. I've signed up to a photography course so that I can finally learn how to use my beast of a camera (allbeit in French) and am taking modern and african dance lessons (yes watching me dance is really as hilarious as you think it might be). Hope to share lots more photos and anecdotes when I've finally got settled and into a normal routine so until then my friends.



Not really doing much at the moment as I'm moving to the south of France 1 week today and everything is on the wind down. I'm just making lists and lists of lists I need to make (I like lists, almost as much as I like packing, ohhhh and tea) and collating every item of stripy clothing I own and red berrets in order to look as French as possible. So her is a few things I've been diggin' of late. Fun times fun times.

Macaroons from Ladurée, especially Rose flavour, thanks Harrods!

Jeans with kickass patches


Beer in my garden in the afternoon sun

Evening walks on Bridlington beach
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