It’s been a lovely weekend here at Nessbow headquarters. My housemate is away, and I’ve had the whole place to myself. Not that I don’t like having my housemate around of course, but it’s nice to have some time to yourself every now and again. I’ve been uber-productive, finishing off some work for my psych project, cleaning out the kitchen cupboards and the fridge and filling in a bunch of job applications.
The weather has been utterly gorgeous this weekend, so I’ve been trying to spend as much time outside as I possibly can. I took a walk to the library yesterday in the brilliant sunshine and it was bliss. I’m going to take another long walk this afternoon. It’s also nice to not have to worry about rugging up every time I step outdoors. I’m drinking in the sunshine, to sustain me through the cold winter.
Last night was a quiet night for me. I made some phone calls and then settled down to watch a movie. I’d hired Carrie, to continue my horror film kick. It was really good. I knew very little about the film going in (aside from the infamous pigs-blood scene) so it was great to watch the film without any real preconceptions about what it would be like. I found it quite creepy and also rather sad. I actually started to cry at one point, because I just felt so deeply for the protagonist. I won’t give too much away in case any of my readers haven’t seen it and don’t want the film spoiled, but suffice to say it hit a nerve with me. I did enjoy it very much though (although I had a bit of trouble sleeping afterwards. Perhaps I shouldn’t have watched it by myself).
Today I needed a bright and cheery outfit to compliment the gorgeous weather. I was dyring for an opportunity to wear my sequinned beret again, because I realised it had been ages since it last saw the light of day.
I am wearing:
– Green pucci print dress from Remember Me
– Black herringbone tights from Razzamatazz
– Red ballet flats from Steve Madden
– Amethyst ring
– Gold hoop earrings
– Red sequinned beret from Sportsgirl.
My poor little cat, Jellylorum, has really been feeling the cold. She hates chilly weather, and has been on the hunt for cozy places to nap lately. She’s also grateful for the warm weather. When I woke up this morning, she’d found a sunny spot on the kitchen bench:
She was grateful for the sunshine, I think.
Have a great Sunday!