Saturday, October 29, 2011
Somewhere in between my my little online vintage business, behind my family, friends and boyfriend and wedged in between shopping, clubbing, twitter, facebook and the constant buzzing of my phone, I was feeling lost.
Lately I have been longing for silence and simplicity to clear the rushing of my head, so I decided to disappear for a few days. I turned off my phone and told my close ones that I was going on a imaginery holiday for 4 days. I know what your thinking - what a fucken weirdo. Yeah, I know. That's what most of them thought too.
On Thursday I started my day off with a massage, (a voucher that my boyfriend gave me for my birthday last month) then I bought a heap of pampering products, had a long bath and finished it off with a facial and a foot soak.
I headed down to a little park near my house with a homemade iced mocha, chocolate, brie cheese & crackers and some grapes. I admired the pure beauty of the view, the breeze, the smell of the trees, the pretty flowers and my clear mind.
I have been tossing and turning about some major decisions in my life including an overseas trip (hopefully a permanent move if I can figure out my visa) and I finally feel that I am starting to clarify the direction I am heading towards in 2012. Here are some pictures that I took at the park and on the walk home. I hope everyone has a delightful weekend xx
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