Mention something you are proud of but never get an opportunity to brag about?
Oh, I don't know. That I'm actually really good at swimming and used to compete and stuff, maybe. Or that I'm quite decent at drawing.
Which emojis do you use most often?
What did you do last night?
First I was on the phone to my mum for a few hours, then to Rebecka. George and I started watching Insidious 3 but it seemed so bad we turned it off and went to bed instead.
What did you have for breakfast today?
Cereal, strawberries, blueberries and milk. <3
Which is your lucky number?
What did you look like when you were 18?
What is the last thing you bought?
Do you have any allergies?
Don't even get me started.
What time do you normally wake up?
What do you wear/how do you look on a weekday?
Normally I wear denim shorts if it's warm enough for that, otherwise black jeans. And some sort of jumper/t-shirt. Hair down and straight, makeup will be a basic one with winged eyeliner (always). Jewellery: 2 thin necklaces, a few thin bracelets, one bangle, a watch and 3-4 rings. Small earrings.
A word that you never manage to spell correctly:
I'm quite good at spelling. I can't properly pronounce yoghurt, woven and squirrel though!
INTERIOR. I wanted to show you some more house warming gifts. We've been given anything from fluffy towels to tea towels, table runners and candles, but some things are more "fun" to show than other. These cute espresso little cups are one of those things. I actually picked them myself in TK Maxx. You might remember the fruit bowl we got from George's stepmum and dad, that I also picked in TK Maxx? We got these at the same time. They were only like £4! So cute. I like that they have a black background, they make them a bit different (and they look nice next to that fruit bowl).
They are absolutely perfect! We actually use them quite a lot (or George do, I drink bigger coffees with more milk in them), even though I only got them becaue they were cheap and cute (which normally goes against my mind set when buying interior). As I've previously mentioned I like to only buy things that I really really want and need, not to get things "just because". I'd rather wait to get something until I find the perfect version of it, than to get it when I need it. A bit silly maybe, but I reckon I'll end up spending more money if I get "the first best thing" instead of what I actually want - because in the end I'll get that anyway as well as "the first best".
We also got these olive picks from George's mum. I like food that you kinda pick & mix, so they are perfect. They go really well with the rest of my kitchen stuff as well.
I'll keep introducing you to our home in little bits, as it grows more to be a "home". It was pretty much empty when we moved in but we are slowling adding things to it to make it ours. I love that we are in no rush getting the place together, that way it will reflect us more and actually be filled with things we need/use.