E A T I N G || brazil nuts and golden raisins by the handful, and broccoli & stilton soup (by the spoonful).
D R I N K I N G || fresh coffee, all day long.
R E A D I N G || Garance Doré. She’s my idol.
L O V I N G || listening to the rain fall at night.
W E A R I N G || my boyfriend jeans, even though they’re so baggy now I have to puff my tummy out whilst wearing them to keep them up.
P L A N N I N G || a trip to Richmond this weekend with Jason and Teddy, to get cupcakes from the new Hummingbird store and to go for a walk in Richmond park.
B A K I N G || meringues, served with softly whipped cream and Seville orange curd.
A N T I C I P A T I N G || going to see the Royal Ballet’s Giselle this evening! It’s my birthday gift from my best friend Jo, and I’m crazy excited! It’s been years since I last went to the ballet, and Giselle is one of my favourites. Also, we’re likely to head to Homeslice beforehand, which I’m pretty psyched about…
C R A V I N G || pizza. All the time pizza. I could eat it 24/7 at the moment.
L I S T E N I N G T O || disk two of Bastille’s Bad Blood album. It’s even better than the first disk.
W O N D E R I N G || is it ‘disc’, or ‘disk’? I never know.
W A T C H I N G || The Taste (I love Kulpna, and Chloe, and my darling Nigella of course) and also Hugh FW’s Scandimania. It’s making me long to take a trip to Sweden this summer.
L E A R N I N G || that even if your shortcrust pastry looks like a dog’s dinner, you should persevere with it because it probably will work out okay in the end.
S E A R C H I N G F O R || the perfect pair of denim dungaree shorts, to wear all summer long.
C O O K I N G || maple roast ham, and trying my hardest not to eat all the crackling in one go. (I failed.)
W I S H I N G F O R || the rain to go away, please.
C H O O S I N G || paint colours to sample on our bedroom walls! We’re looking for the perfect pale grey, or cool-toned off-white.
T R Y I N G || to teach the dog not to bark every single time someone dares walk along the path outside our house. It’s not going too well.
How’s your week been, this far? Are you tired of the rain? And the train troubles? And traffic? But at least it’s no longer January, so there’s that!