writing, books, blogging, olives, spring, reading, country living, champagne, redheads, cooking, reading, london, Jake Bugg, stars, anais nin, strong coffee, chanel, jd salinger, flip flops, espresso, cornwall, daphne du maurier, silver shoes, skinny jeans, tapas, being veggie, tattoos, vintage flared jeans, drinking hot chocolate in the winter, joel pott, manchester, wine, converse pumps, tom delonge, the bluetones, cup of tea, lowry, animals, the countryside, speciality bread and cheese, sociology, drinking beer in Paris cafes, goats cheese, pesto, black framed glasses, selfridges, snow, the body shop, godrevy lighthouse, dresses, log fires, emma bridgewater, tate st ives, cornwall, the cotswolds, ballet pumps, deli's, gwithian, orla kiely, covent garden, classical music, seaside cottages, autumn, woodford reserve, the ocean, richard ashcroft, paris, village life and country pubs, being home...
OK, so I am a bit late saying it, but welcome to 2016!
I also want to say sorry for taking so long to post. Since my last one I've returned to my paid job full time leaving very little time to write (ouch!), then we had Christmas and now we're already speeding through January.
Anyway, here's to a great new year with plenty of writing and reading and using our imaginations.
Last year to celebrate 50 years since the release of The Beatles' 'Hard Days Night', US GQ took these brilliant photographs of Jake Bugg, his cousin Grant, and Jake's band Jack and Tom. I know this shoot is over a year old now but I still think the photographs and the styling are as amazing and refreshing as ever, so today I just had to share.