Chinese toddler girls in world’s cutest taekwondo fight.
It’s world book day so I thought i’d give you a little insight into what I’m reading at the moment. Cecelia Ahern’s A Place Called Here and Adrian Hill’s Painting Out Illness.
The second book was a magic find 4 years ago in a tiny secondhand book stand in Totnes on market day- I’ve been gripped to it since. It’s written by the founder of Art Therapy (my chosen specialism) and is just perfect in so many ways.
The first is my escape book, after all, don’t we all need a getaway from the real world once in a while!
My heart ^_^
Just a perfectly beautiful anecdote. Except for the penguins who had to die to make this story so nice.
Triple choc muffins for the boy (and his uni mates no doubt haha). As race day draws nearer, it pains me even more that I can’t eat these! Ah mannnnnn
My freaking body is freaking stupiddddd. Every time I get poorly I try and pretend like I’m fine and tell myself its just a little cold or something… The main thing I’m annoyed about is not being able to train. I can’t stunt my progress with the race so close?!?!?I’m trying so hard to pretend I’m well but in reality I’m really not… I get any kind of illness and along comes my narco, meds or not! Come on body, work with me here. Its frustrating!! I work so hard to live a healthy lifestyle, I eat a well balanced, healthy diet… I exercise frequently and destress with yoga and socialising- I know my immune system has been dramatically lowered since all the operations and infection and I should be grateful I’m still standing. I’m aware I don’t have it half as bad as a lot of people but I feel like if I vent to my loved ones anymore they’ll explode!
Travel back in time with you to where this all began.
Reliving my Yellowcard days, almost forgot how much I friggin love this band.228 plays
ALL I am craving right now.
These little devils give me the worsttttttt headaches!
Why do we always want the things that are bad for us?