I just love the colours, textures, and the way this looks fragile and romantic, but happy. (It’s my birthday present from @bujoval made by @heartnsoulnett ) I am overwhelmed by all your love and wishes, my dear IG community. I have not celebrated my birthday that much in over 20 years, but this year of full 40 compensated it all, thanks to you! I know I should feel like an adult now, with all 40 years, 3 children, almost 20 years of marriage... But I don’t! Do you feel the same? Inside there’s still that little girl and I let her happily thrive.
“I hope you see things that startle you. I hope you feel things you never felt before. I hope you meet people with a different point of view. I hope you live a life you’re proud of. If you find that you’re not, I hope you have the strength to start all over again.” Eric Roth #livethelittlethings#lifequotes#happyme
Regramed regram this morning! Original photo credit by @stacie.mai and I stole it from the lovely @hexnex_jewellery! This particular necklace is from the essentials range which starts at 6.95 (that's less than a large coffee and a babycino!), So head over and take a look! . . Did you know I don't just make sweary greetings cards? I can help with small business packaging and stationery too, loved working with the lovely Laura @hexnex_jewellery last year and excited to see what this year brings!!! 😘😘😘 . . #xoandquinco
I love to read, I love to buy books and of course I look book stores. Are here is the list of 5 books I recently read and loved so maybe you’ll get inspired: 1. Gala-Sali by Carmen Domingo 2. La figlia oscura by Elena Ferrantum 3. Why the Dutch are Different by Ben Coates 4. Chronicle of a Blood Merchant by Yu Hua 5. Never let me go by Kazuo Ishiguro ( SWIPE RIGHT TO SEE A PHOTO FROM VENICE)
As a child I believed for some reason I would be living in the countryside with my cat when I am a grown up (everyone >20 was a grown up) und have a pen friend who I would write to everyday. A lot has changed. I am now allergic to cats (still breaks my heart) and would never want to go back to living in the countryside. My landlord keeps on writing my name wrong on our postbox, so even If I had a pen friend, her/his letters might never arrive. Also I am in my 20s and feel far from being a grown up. So, live 's pretty different from what I expected and I wonder sometimes, if my childhood me would be disappointed? However, I am quite content right now and I guess that' s what counts.