Monday summary

7.6.10

Good evening blogettes. How are you? I'm so tired. I've had 7 hours of training today and my little head wanted to explode when I got home. After writing this I've still got all the washing up to do plus my jogging, but I actually WANT to do it. Go me!


Today's pictures are all tea related because, quite frankly, I didn't have enough of the stuff today.All pictures have been lovingly borrowed from www.weheartit.com

My 5 good things:

1) Seeing my friend at the weekend. We are doing the Race for Life together but we haven't seen each other in ages so it was nice to catch up. We even went out for a jog together and got leered at by a group of men outside a pub. Lovely!

2) Fluff. Damn I wish I had never tried it. I officially heart it!

3) Having a holiday countdown. Not only is it great having a sunny trip to look forward to but it's also a great little diet/work-out goal too!


4) Cool retro blogs like The Crafty Currant. I'm obsessed with all things vintage, retro and craft-y and her blog fits that description nicely! I have been making my way through all of her old posts and getting green with envy over all of her cool belongings.

5) Tea! Milky with no sugar, iced tea, camomile tea, green tea, fruity tea. You name it, I'm there with bells on!

22 comments:

  1. Ooh I've just booked a holiday so I'm counting down too, got 11 weeks to wait though! And I have to make some tea now!

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  2. i loveeee tea and fluff!

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  3. Lovely post, enjoy your run and it is fab that you actually want to do it, that is always a bonus :) Oh and you should try Tea Pigs tea.. it is fab, a little expensive but not a let down. I promise.

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  4. Go LLL.
    If it ain't PG then it just ain't tea.
    Or Yorkshire.
    With a drop or two of milk.

    None of that iced nonsense. Or *snorts derisively* herbal tea.

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  5. Tea is probably the best thing in the world that isn't fluffy.

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  6. FLUFF!!!

    i officially love it :)
    but its sooo bad for you and each jar means a trip to selfridges!

    xxxx
    Tasha

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  7. Mmm, I second you on the love for tea :) I love peach iced tea, my most favourite drink ever! ♥ sounds like youve been training hard missus, good on you. A few spoonfuls of fluff would go down a treat right now! Yum yum, loves it. xx

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  8. Got to confess to being a coffee drinker, but still love this post. xx
    http://www.weshopthereforeweare.co.uk/

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  9. o my you are such a sweetie ... I actually let out a squeal when i saw that you had linked to me!!! thank you for all of your nice comments too. keep up the fab posts xx

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  10. Yay for cups of tea! :)
    And Fluff...what is this wondrous stuff you talk about?! I need to check it out me thinks... xx

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  11. I am so not a tea drinker! I hate the stuff - it makes me thirsty, therefore making it a pointless exercise! Do love these cute pictures, though.

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  12. best of luck with your race for life! im definitely going to do one soon! my friend died of cancer earlier this year so its defiantly something id like to do.

    i saw some fluff in selfridges today and totally thought of you when i saw it! was going to buy it as well! im on the holiday countdown too! 3 weeks tomorrow for me!

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  13. cups of tea are quite possibly the best thing ever invented :)

    yummeh :D

    and i totally get what you mean about sometimes actually wanting to go and do some exercise! i'm really craving it at the minute! though that may be just an excuse to get out of the house and avoid revision!!

    lovelylovely blog :) i am very glad that you didnt close it down :)

    lauraaloves.blogspot.com :) xxxxxxxxxx

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  14. gorgeous. i love tea! :) so sweet.
    xo.

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  15. Can't beat a cup of tea!!

    Haha, bet you tutted but secretly thought "cheers lads!" on the leers! I know I do.

    X x

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  16. I am avoiding fluff like the plauge , as a child I used to eat it on sandwhiches and I'm scared if I revisit the experiance my waistline wont thank me. We have a few cabdy shops opened in Glasgow that sell a whole host of American cereals and sweets. It's so difficult not to go mad everytime I walk past. It is expensive though. I think it is like £5 for some lucky charms.

    lankyrunner.blogspot.com

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  17. i've been loving crafty blogs lately too, since starting crochet. attic24 is another great one!

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  18. I wish I liked tea! Fluff is addictive!

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  19. I am absolutely a tea addict!! Mmmm. I think I'm going to make a cup now :)

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  20. I am totally counting down for my holiday too!! where are you heading? I have no holiday clothes! think ill be hitting primark on sat! :) x

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  21. @Vicki - I'm going to Gibraltar to visit my Sister :) x

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  22. Hi Victoria! Thanks so much for your comments on my blog/following. I'm glad you appreciate my non specific mish mash of stuff xD I don't have the patience or focus to stick to one thing. I LOVE TEA, too!

    Your point about fluff, that's the marshmellow stuff right? If so, I'm trying to avoid trying it too because I have a feeling I'll really love it :/ that's another addiction I could really do without xD

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