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Colour week! Day 1 - Red!

Red is one of those colours that I don't really pay attention to.
I guess it is because of my red hair...
I never thought I could wear it!
But some of my favourite things are red...


Old Spice!
I know it is the present we buy our Dads and Grandads for Christmas.
Me? I buy it for James! I just love the smell!
I remember him wearing it when we first met.
I was so impressed that he wore it!


My phone box money box
I love it!
It came as part of a gift, I don't remember what was inside.
Now I keep my UK coins in there.
I think there might be a five pound note too!
Whoop!!!

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I love my bed!
I love my red sheets!
I love my floral duvet set!
mmmm... sleep....


This is a book that I am reading at the moment.
It was recommended to me by my friend's dad.
It is very witty.
Very much full of puns...
I love it!


I love my scarf!
Though I don't think my scarf loves me...
Generally when I wear it to someones house it stays behind when I leave.
Thank you everyone who has returned it to me safely!


I had to get House in here somewhere!
We've just finished season three.
Which is wonderfully red!


One of my favourite books.
This is the copy given to my by my friend Andy when I went travelling.
Inside I have a log of where the book went and when.
This book has been to Auschwitz, Bosnia, the Dalmation Islands.
It reminds me of some wonderful times
It reflects my sometime longing for a wanderlust life :)



I hope you enjoyed my red Monday!

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  1. love this. love you. good books! and everything else! CUTE bed set.

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