Q: YES YES YES TO YOUR POST AS WELL WE ARE GOING FOR CAKE AND DOING THINGS

HELL YEAH BABE


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"only at the end of the party do you wish you had danced"

Enough is enough.
When I am old I want to be able to tell my grandchildren about my wonderful experiences of travelling the world. Be able to tell them that nothing feels better than keeping up an inside joke with your best friend. That getting drunk and ordering a pizza is actually not a bad idea every once in a while. That ‘brain food’ is a functioning concept. How fab it feels to run barefoot along a beach in the evening sunset with your friends. How great cake is for a hangover breakfast. I want to be able to bake and share cakes with my grandchildren and tell them about the fun I had.
I think they’d prefer that than “well I failed my exams because I was malnourished and I was too cold and tired and awkward to leave the house, but I was thin and I did what my mind told me to.”

From now on I’m saying “yes” to everything I am invited to and I am going to make a conscious effort to find holidays to go on, shows to go and see, restaurants to eat at, and magical people to spend time with.

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a lazy morning for me before I head off to costa
crisp-air-fallen-leaves:

Small Batch Cinnamon Rolls on We Heart It.
Q: Was it homemade muffin?

I’m afraid not, it was good old m+s xx


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Q: What is your intake today?

breakfast: a blueberry muffin because Y O L O my friends

snack: 2 weetabix with golden syrup

snack: bread and Moroccan houmous

snack: huge slice of banana and chocolate loaf cake that i made

dinner: tomato and basil soup with a seeded bread roll

snack: a large apple

snack: an orange hot chocolate

this is so unbalanced but i ate the food i wanted and thats totally cool


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westerus:

Marshmellow Crunch Brownie Bars by cLin on Flickr.
Pietro Mascagni: Cavalleria rusticana - Intermezzo

GUYS THIS IS SOMETHING YOU REALLY NEED TO WATCH

skip to 1:36

the conductors face <3 <3 <3

the way his face lights up as the chorus comes together makes me SO HAPPY because i absolutely love music ensembles as a chorister and ex-orchestra member myself. what really gets to me about ensembles is the way you have so many people who are all so different and diverse, coming together to enjoy their passion of music together. even when performing, they are all doing different things, but then you have those magical moments where perfect harmony fits together. to me, this reflects how in life, you don’t have to be the same as everyone else for it to work. in an orchestra or a choir, everyone is focusing on performing their part. on its own, that part would sound pretty boring, but when it is intertwined with all of the other parts, it sparkles and send a shiver down the spines of the audience and evidently the conductor too.

it makes me so emotional to think that so many hours of rehearsing as a group but also on ones own goes into a piece, and it is all down to the actual performance as to whether or not it is a success, and for everyone involved (as shown by the conductors face) their is no feeling that compares to a piece coming together in concert so perfectly.

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