30 October 2014

Halloween as an Adult.

1.) DENIAL. 
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2.)  Your mind heard the word pizza, and in a moment of weakness, the words, 'Sure, sounds good.' 
fell from your mouth. Facebook invitations have been sent; a commitment is made. 
3.) Three days before Halloween...
4.) You start frantically, bargaining with friends in a desperate plea to avoid buying a costume.
5.) All this Halloween business is overwhelming and many lives of innocent jelly babies were taken in cold blood.

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19 October 2014

Stand Up To Cancer.





















Having an unwanted darkness growing and spreading within you is truly awful.
To have your own body turn on you, without a whisper of a warning, is by far the cruelest act of deception.

Cancer might make you weak, but before anything else, it makes you strong beyond belief.
To be willing to fight a battle you didn't start, shows an immeasurable amount of courage and a remarkable will to live. 

Hold onto to your blessings; forget your troubles.
Be as you wish, for you are remarkable.

Let us appreciate the wonderful people around us, as life is so precious.
#StandUpToCancer 
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12 October 2014

Oh no, we're lost for words again.


This week was filled with cold autumn walks and lots and lots of coffee (cawfee).

My wordy word, is it getting cold outside!?
I've come to the conclusion, that us British lot get very very annoying when the weather hits below 14 degrees. I can't remember the last time I went to a check-out without being met with the words, 
'Oooh, it's cold outside, isn't it?' Oh, is it? See, I came here in my weather-proof, insulated bubble of blankets. 

As far as I'm concerned, the world is split up into two different types of people.

People who love summer; and people who love winter.                      
I like to call us few, brilliant people 'Winter Slugs'.                            
And the opposing team 'Summer Bugs'.                                               
We enjoy blankets, hot chocolate and Netflix.                                      
We will never amount to much in life, but hey, at least we were cosy.

Are you a Winter Slug or a Summer Bug?
#winterslugsunite

When you are lost, look to the future.
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6 October 2014

The Foolproof Guide to Venice.

When to go to Venice?
If you don't want to get caught up in the blazing heat, surrounded by hundreds of fairly sweaty, agitated tourists, then follow this simple guide for a smoother trip. 
January - February - March. 
If you can handle the cooler weather, then these brisker months are the ones for you!
You can explore every nook and cranny of Venice, accompanied with a much welcomed handful of peace and, oh, what's that? Ahh quiet.
Side note - February is carnival time and it will be very busy; most people go purely for the carnival, so if it isn't something that interests you, then I would sit this one out.
April - May - June.
May is the perfect, dare I say the best, month to go to Venice! 
You get the warm weather that we, oh so shamelessly desire in England, as well as a bit of peace before summer's over-zealous crowd of tourists, gracefully, trample in on what once was your own snippet of heaven.
If you absolutely have to go in the summer, then very early June would probably be the best time!
July - August - September.
U mad? You've got to be one feisty plucker to brave those summer months.
Thankfully, by the time we reach September, summer's storm has simmered way down, and there is a film festival held on Lido every year, so grab a camera and let's go find me some AL PACINO. 
October - November - December.
This is a personal preference, it is going to be bitterly cold nearer November and December, but the hotels will be cheaper, and I imagine Venice has a different type of charm and allure to it in Winter.

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