Sunday, 17 October 2010


This morning, I raided my mothers scarf collection. I didn't know this before, but she has kept every scarf she has ever owned. As she has moved cross-country and sea, she could never keep any clothes or antiques as it would just be too much to move with, so, they had been abandoned over time. She did however keep scarves, she has pashminas, shrugs, wooly scarves, silk scarves, bandanas, you name it, she has it.

So, this morning, I felt they needed to see daylight again. I took seven, my mother will never see those seven scarves again.

Also, over a month ago, I bought a bird cage from Kempton Market for only £15, it is still not in place as there is very little space in my 7ft by 5'3ft room. Its puny, and unbearable.

At school for French GCSE, we are going to the Lille Christmas Market on 2/3 December, I am so excited, and am wondering whether anyone has been before? The website is in french, but I used google toolbar to help me translate some parts,

Jenni ♥

Monday, 4 October 2010

Eat Pray Love.

Firstly, sorry my blogger hasn't been working the past couple of weeks so I haven't been able to post.

I went to see Eat Pray Love. with my best friend Evie a few weeks ago, and I fell in love. As a start I just have to say that Julia Roberts is my favourite actress ever, and slowly I have been watching every movie in which she stars. Her role playing Liz Gilbert in Eat Pray Love didn't fail to keep up to the high standards she sets herself. 

Liz Gilbert, a married New York writer realises how her life has no purpose and how her marriage is escalating into something she prayed would not come. After a difficult divorce, she decides she wants to travel, to lead her life to a new place. So, she jets of on an around-the-world tour to 'find herself'.
She first goes to Rome, to Eat, then to India to Pray, and finally to Bali, where she finds Love.

Its an amazing film, based on a true story and will not fail to make you feel good. I heavily recommend it!

Jenni ♥