Showing posts from October, 2015

Happy Halloween Everybody

Hello everyone in blogosphere, I'm so happy to be posting again, it feels like a lifetime since my last post. As life can get incredibly busy sometimes, we have to forgo the things we love, with a combo of being ill, working, life, too tired to write, and alternatively preferring to chill out by watching t.v is the reason for my hiatus. Anyway, I may do a life update delving in more detail  if I think on or can be bothered

I feel so happy with glee this morning while writing at six in the morning due to a bout of insomnia and an uncomfortable urge to, yeah, you don't need to know about that. I feel like a five-year-old at Christmas,  I'm filled with buzzing zest to go out wish everybody a happy Halloween, say it's finally here, at the same time I may look like a crazy nut and gets a arrested, not the best idea.

Sorry, far too much of my ramblings about my excitement of Halloween. First all I made some effort to decorate my table at the boyfriends, sadly we've not gon…

My Weekend

Yesterday was a busy day; I spent about six hours shopping consisting of clothes, house, and food shopping. I made the mistake of going to the Metro Centre, a large indoor shopping complex, supposively the biggest in Europe.  The Metrocentre on Saturday afternoon is usually a big no-no as it's filled with too many people, and it feels as though like being in a rabbit warren. However, the allure of a pair of knee high PVC boots was too tempting.

The night previous, I nipped into Primark to purchase more leggings, as my other ones have appeared to vanish, possibly the fairies have borrowed them, but for three-pound a pair I am not bothered. I ended up wandering into the shoe department and found a gorgeous pair of PVC knee high boots. I tried them on as they even fitted my wide calfs, I love knee high boots but because of my muscular calfs it's a nightmare to find wide fitting boots. I grabbed and raced to the checkout, and in my excitement I picked up a size nine, I thought they…

An unexpected surprise

I received a surprise in the post, I missed the first delivery and posted a mail card indicating that I have missed it, and  I lost the card, even I couldn't believe I lost it. I rescheduled another delivery and finally received it, yay.

I first that the package forgotten parcel I ordered some time ago. I looked at the decorated box with bats, skeleton stamps and cobwebs, I thought it was familiar, and then I looked at the return address and realised it was something from the Goth Garden. I'm so grateful for her present as it so unexpected, despite only emailing a few times it illustrates her incredible kindness.  

I opened it found a lovely Halloween card, wishing a wonderful Halloween some stunning hand towels with spiders and cobweb, that so plush, amazingly strong aroma of pumpkin soap and some witchy brew Yankee tea light candles, it's certainly, made my Halloween. 

Thank so much for your gift. 

Halloween Shopping

I’m getting excited about the spooky season starting, the nights are drawing in, I enjoy leaving work while there is sunlight still here.  I've been slowly turning into a consumerist zombie trolling around the shops for no reason. My eyes going  all starry-eyed, and my hands dancing with excitement,  they gyrate with same exciting as five-year-old  experiences at Disney Land. I am describing my reaction to the Halloween nostalgia displayed in shops. I am looking forward to it and started eyeing things up.  I planned to adopt the 30-day rule to limit both spending and clutter, to no avail it hasn't worked. 

 I used to be apathetic about Halloween but as I get older, I become more excitable about the eerier and spooky time.  Since, Halloween takes place on a Saturday, which makes it feels more exciting.  My friend and me were planning to take part in the world record attempt for the largest gathering of " witches". To clarify it's the biggest gathering of people dre…