Friday, 4 November 2011

I smell of pupsicle.

So I'm thinking that with the light essentially non-existent when I get home from college/town/out, it's highly unlikely I'll be able to take proper photographs. And in all honesty, I like the convenience my webcam offers me. So I'll stick with the webcam photographs for a while, perhaps with the odd proper photograph thrown into the mix. I hope you don't mind.

Right, anyway, so: here's what I wore today. 

Jumper, shirt, bag, coat = vintage
Jeans = Primark
Shawl = nana's
Watch = Nike
Earring = DIY
I don't remember where the belt is from, sorry! It's ages old... from India, I think.

It's getting pretty cold here now, and layering seems like an absolute must. Although, the college buildings all had the heating up on full blast, and there I was in my three layers, black skinnies, several pairs of socks and boots, roasting. Not to mention my humongous shawl thing, and my coat. Welp.

Since I have an early finish on Fridays, I went into town with a couple of my friends to get lunch and wander aimlessly around shops. Have I mentioned how much I adore Subway subs? No? Well. I do. Mmm. Lots. They're so good!
Also, my tragus piercing has been absolutely awful lately, so I went and got that checked out where I had it pierced... the piercing artist behind the counter said it was a "keloid" and that it was "angry". I can't do anything to it, including remove the ring, until the keloid's healed. Booooo. Unimpressed.

Anyway, I got home and did cuddles with the pupsicle, which alludes to the title of this post- I smell of her right now. It's strangely comforting. 
We took photographs. She's the prettiest thing ever, even when she's raggedy and needs a bath.

Now that the first week back at college after half term is over, I'm absolutely exhausted. My plans for the weekend consist of sleeping, working out (hopefully, but unlikely), eating relatively healthy (she says with chocolate stashed away in her bedside drawer...!) and finishing up my UCAS application. 

What are your plans for the weekend? Let me know- I'd love to hear all about it!


1 comment:

  1. I love that vintage bag! And I'd love to see a post of your DIY earrings. I'd love to make my own studs.

    Keep in touch :)


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