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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Today I shall.....

....make millions of pinwheels, sketch in my moleskine, wear a hat in the sun and read Franny & Zooey.....

13 comments:

  1. I used to read Enid Blyton religiously as a child and because of this I would think that names like Fanny and Dick were perfectly normal for a person.
    Franny reminded me of this!

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  2. Sounds glorious, I'm looking forward to sunny days and boater hat wearing too :D

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  3. moleskins! i love them, i have a whole collection of pink ones!

    xx

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  4. Pinwheels for the wedding yus? HOW friggin' cute! I love Moleskines, sketching in them is just lovely aint it? And your straw hat is so pretty!

    P.S. was reading through some of your older posts that I missed out on reading & you're SO pretty! Awe :) hehe xx

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  5. Franny and Zooey is one of my favorite books. The Glass family is awkwardly beautiful.

    www.whereismypurse.blogspot.com

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  6. reading your post and i do believe you are born to be a fashion blogger.

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  7. sounds like a pretty day :) I haven't touched my moleskine in such a long time and reading your post made me want to reach out to it. The pinwheels are adorable and I think every girl needs a straw hat :)

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  8. Pretty pretty pinwheels! I am assuming they are for the wedding? Only a week to go now, you must be so so excited!

    Also I really want to read that book, I think I may add it to my Europe reading list. The Mr and I have decided to name our first daughter Zooey (even though I know Zooey is a dude in this book).

    xx

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  9. Sounds delightful! I know I've read Franny and Zooey before, but for the life of me I can't remember what it's about! All the more reason to re-read I think :)

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  10. We love this hat! Your blog is so well presented!

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