Thursday, 1 April 2010

Fell asleep beneath the flowers...

Just a hint of summer in the air today. Don't you just love Spring flowers? Right now the whole house smells like Hyacinth's. According to my language of flowers book, a daffodil means regard. Also a dandelion means rustic oracle. I don't know why I didn't look it up sooner. Also I brought a new book, I've been wanting to read some more poetry lately, so here's my starting piece. Faber and Faber have the loveliest covers.


  1. Hey! Just stumbled across your blog while searching Google for satchels......great posts, I heart your style! I see you follow liebemarlene vintage too. I'm new to blogland so if you have the time to check my pages and like what you see I'd love it if you became follower....and vice versa!?! And if not, that's cool!! Just keep up the good work!

  2. Hi Laura, thankyou for the lovevly comments. I'm fairly new to this too, it's good to know I'm not the only one! I'll be following your blog from now on. Hope you drop by the blog again.

  3. Hi Rebecca, added you to my bloglist, just click follow on the right hand side of my page to do the same...hopefully we can divert some traffic through...drum up a bit more interest, its not easy, eh? :D

    I'm planing a road trip round England this summer and I'll be sure to visit some of the places in Bath and Brighton you mentioned in your post! If there are anymore flea markets/vintage shops/cool places you can recommend, please do!! I'll be dropping by again! x

  4. these are so lovely, especially the light in the first one. Ariel is wonderful, we're studying plath in english lit. i wasn't too keen on her till we reached her later poems. faber and faber always produce such beautiful covers and have such nice quality paper (sorry i get rather too excied by their books hahah) oh and thank you for the lovely comment!

    from amelia of La Ville Inconnue