Love these shoes! They were an impulse buy from Next. I have found them surprisingly easy to walk in; although they are high the wedge is curved so lots of pressure not put on sole of shoe. Occasionally my ankles have toppled in them, but I have not fallen over ever in them. I have not risked them for a while though as have had a sprained ankle.
Fabulous yellow dress. Bought earlier year for £89. It jumped out at me, when saw it in Marks and Spencers, bought it for a wedding party in August and today I have worn it at the races.
Yellow Primark belt.
Yellow cardigan £5.99 from under £5.99 shop.
The ending is the best part of the book for myself. Not because was desperate to finish, but I like books without a traditional fairytale ending; it is more real. I think the concept of the book was probably intending to get across that life in 80s and indeed subsequently does not run like a 19th century Austin novel but it is only on the last page that this really comes across.
The caption on the front cover likens it to One Day; it is not that good! The first few chapters jump about in time, so little hard to get into. It does get better, but it has not got the same humour on poingency as One day.
Overall although readable, but not a must read.
Lovely heart on top. Good but not outstanding hot chocolate.
There are lots of menu choices for vegatarians and even some for vegans.
Pretty floor tiles at the foot of the stairs. The cafe is split across 3 floors so cute small rooms. Lots of wood and colourful cushions.
On some trams on the yellow line that will go to IKEA, the seats have been covered with IKEA fabric. I have been on an IKEA tram but my phone battery was flat at the time, so I could not take pictures. I have just taken this of the outside of one. I hope to be on another one soon but no luck so far.
Coming up there are the following events. Like the idea of a free book from the station.