Wow, what a blast from the past this was! I figured if I'm going to do a project where I take my favourite books and re-read them, why not start with a childhood favourite? And so, I present to you: The Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats by T. S Eliot. Right, so backstory: I… Continue reading Leah re-reads: The Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats
Lost for Words - Stephanie Butland Firstly, an apology, I was sent this book to review months and months ago and I've just left it sitting on my kindle. Woops. My bad. You can trust a book to keep your secret . . . Loveday Cardew prefers books to people. If you look closely, you… Continue reading Lost for words
Why hello there! Here's a question for you, how often do you re-read things? For me its once in a blue moon, I have so many books that I maintain are my favourites but I'll often only have read it once. So, if something was my favourite when I was a teenager? How do I… Continue reading Leah re reads…
My bird talks now! I am a proud mama! September has been weird because it's my birthday month and as a general rule, I hate birthdays... and this year, being a big birthday, my existential dread was playing up more than usual. But this year, I was surprisingly ok with it. Anyway, this month Kylo… Continue reading September 2018
For the last day of my twenties, my friend George took me on a trip to Bristol to visit You and Meow, Bristol's first cat cafe for vegan afternoon tea and many cat cuddles! I have been to a cat cafe before, having visited Lady Dinah's Cat Emporium in London a couple of years back,… Continue reading You and Meow
Hey there internet, been a while since we last had a bit of a recap on life isn't it? Anyway, I'm thirty now. I never really thought I'd be here at 30, I had always planned not to be here at 30, but I've been feeling a lot better about life recently and so here… Continue reading Hello. I’m thirty.
From what I've observed, birthdays get scary as you march through your twenties. At thirty, you don't know whether to celebrate: what's to get excited about - the end of youth? The beginning of adulthood? -Dick Van Dyke Happy birthday to me, my existential dread is playing up again, but what's new there?