4.5 :: hours spent talking non-stop with lovely Megs! We met up for the first time after having spoken online for easily two years now, and it was amazing!
20” :: the size of the pizza Miss Meg and I demolished between us (from Homeslice, one of my favourite places to get pizza in London)
30 :: the amount of seconds I’d been sat on the train up to London, when I realised I’d forgotten my headphones. A tragedy, since I’d downloaded the 1975′s album especially!
10 :: minutes spent walking slowly over the river on the way home, admiring the sunset.
1 :: pair of cashmere socks worn in the evening, that are almost certainly the best pair of socks I’ve ever worn.
3 :: extra stops than usual on my train journey home (the perils of travelling home in rush hour)
47 :: minutes spent on the phone with my lovely Bess, talking blogging and business and so many other things besides.
9.30 :: the time we went to bed yesterday evening, about 2 hours earlier than normal.
1/2 :: a chapter read aloud from our new book, ‘A History of English Food’ by Clarissa Dickson Wright. I bought it for my Grandma the last Christmas we had together, and had been reading it aloud to her in the months before she died. I promised her I’d finish reading it aloud on her behalf, and now Jason and I are fulfilling that promise! It’s such a fascinating read, we’re just loving it.
0 :: blisters gained, even though I walked everywhere in London yesterday and didn’t get the tube once! All thanks to the magic of my mint green Boden brogues :)
1 :: portion of Snog frozen yoghurt eaten (with oreos, raspberries, and caramel sauce) even though I was full to bursting after that colossal pizza.
500+ :: times I regretted wearing an autumnally-themed outfit, when the weather was most definitely more summer than autumn (much to my dismay).
Tell me, how was your Tuesday? :)