1. I set out to get some sharpies as I found a tutorial online which showed that if you draw on ceramic with sharpies and then bake it in the oven to make it stick. I thought this seemed fun so I headed to the nearest stationary store. Having settled on a small pack with pretty normal colours, I went to the till... but then these pastel ones caught my eye. I blame my female weakness for then squealing in excitement and buying these instead (despite them being in a smaller packet and more expensive!). But come on... pastel sharpies... that is pretty fun. I justify their use by being a history student... we write and stuff. Note: unsure why my transatlantic slave trade notes has the word polygamy in it.
2. Wearing boyfriends clothes even though my wardrobe is more than nine times larger... I think most girls are guilty of this. Boy clothes are comfy and roomy and even though I bought clothes specifically for "lounging" because I knew I would spend a lot of time at home writing my dissertation I still find myself squirreling away items of his wardrobe when he is out. Unashamedly I even wore this jumper to the cinema just with a pair of tights and a coat. Trampy I know. But the cinema was close and the jumper covers butt so it can be deemed acceptable.
3. Speaking of wardrobes, I heart mine at university. It is infinitely larger than my one at my parents house and I can hang the majority of it up, colour coded of course... It makes for a much better morning dressing experience and I love it. I love seeing it all hanging up, all pretty and neat while holding back the tears on how much it must have cost me, and how many times I could have flown to Hawaii if I didn't have it all. Oh well. Girl problem number three!
With love from,