So it's the end of March. I am currently in the wilds of Welshest Wales but I have astounded myself by actually scheduling some posts. Well, I couldn't miss the monthly scavenger hunt, could I? Thanks, as always, to Kathy for coming up with the selection.
I'm a Liverpool lass, so what better than the Liver Buildings? And although I must own up to taking this on my phone and using Instagram, it was one of the filters that didn't actually change the colours that much. The sky was almost that blue!
I think, although quoteth me not, that these little square quatrefoils are the only known example of this particular pattern. Pretty, aren't they?
I paused mid-apple-muffin-baking-session to snap this one. As you may be able to tell, I am not a tidy baker. I blame it on the size of the kitchen. There's no room to spread out.
These little beauties were on one of my childhood favourite cardigans. They somehow remained, even though the cardi is long gone. They're earrings now!
Not the most stunning picture I've ever taken but goodness me, it was the most stunning performance. We went all the way to Edinburgh to see it and it was worth every single penny that it cost and every single second spent on a train. Utterly mesmerising, especially The Beast.
Rather fancy for a table, isn't it?
It's a real street name. Hehe, she's going to kill me when she sees this photo.
I wouldn't say I'm particularly fashion focused - I wear what I like. Luckily good shoes never go out of fashion.
If you've met me, you will be well aware that I am not a morning person. My brain doesn't start functioning for quite a while after I get out of bed. So, um, I forgot to take a photo that summed up mornings. But here's one that I took in the morning. Does that count?
Half a face:
Half a Catastrophe Cosmetic facemasky face, to be exact. I went on one of the free facemask workshops that Lush and Clipper Tea are running and it was great fun!
Newcastle, in the early morning. Really early morning. Before 7am. I must have been sleep walking.
I won't say which book the words come from, because they come right at the end and I don't want to spoil it for anyone. But I read them and I absolutely sobbed.