10 days to go. I repeat, 10 days to go. This is not a drill! What I have enjoyed the most about wedding planning: - Organising everything from scratch. I got so much praise from my arguably-disorganised venue coordinator when I sent over my tables of menu choices, and it had been something that … Continue reading 10 Days and Counting…
Phew, I forgot how busy being at uni was. It's been a long first week, but my laundry is on and my room has been tidied, so I can finally sit down, have some 'me' time and blog. You can catch up with the other 7 Quick Take Friday bloggers over at This Ain't The … Continue reading 7 Quick Takes – Back to Uni, Dancing Around, and Events Galore!
Reference for the title. Homer Simpson has no idea what a saxophone is. Here's the actual photo - from the swing event. I had my actual camera, so I was being all artsy and messing around with the placing on this photo. The gold of the saxophone in the paler lights of the suite room really … Continue reading Photo of the Week: Jazzomophone
(Don't say a word. My schedule has been upside-down and uncertain of late.) Reflections. Literal patterns of light bouncing off their object and into our retina. On a technicality, our entire world when seen is a reflection of what it actually is. Be that as it may, in a full room of people it's difficult … Continue reading Photo of the WeeK: Reflections
To make up for the massive, time-sucked absence in Monday, here's this week's Photo. This was taken on Tuesday, using the 'food' setting on my actual camera - it was the Christmas Formal at Wantage, so much fun and much wine. 😉 Anyway, the dinner was lovely, though, due to the constraints of my dress, … Continue reading Photo of the Week: Formal
I know its been a couple of weeks since, but I made chocolates for the family for Mothering Sunday, including milk-and-white two-tone ones. I can happily say they were delicious!
Despite its sincere title, yes, this is another blog-post about charity, and, to be more specific, my trials towards accomplishing the success of the group I run. (I love fund-raising, but it is bloomin’ hard to organize)! On the afternoon of Friday 23th March 2012, the majority of the Year Sevens (First Years), at a … Continue reading Lent: A Time For Silence