Oops, I meant to write this in October and just never made the time! Oh well, better late than never, no? Here’s the third quarter of our Colour 365 – orange, red and pink. These colours were pretty fun to do, much more bright and vibrant than the beginning of the year! January – March | April – June July was a fun month that involved a trip to Cornwall and some wonderful weather. It wasn’t hard to find orange things to photograph, which is…Continue Reading “Colour 365 – Quarterly Round Up”
Issue 8. Crikey. When I first had the idea for Télégramme way back when in 2010 I thought it would be easy, in all honesty. Find some photos I liked, put them in a layout: Boom. Magazine. In reality – Télégramme is hard work. The weirder Flickr gets the harder it becomes, too, as 90% of my photos are still sourced from there. But it’s done and I’m still proud of it 🙂 If you like photography I suggest you give it a read (it…Continue Reading “Télégramme Magazine – Issue 8”
After I shaved my head, we headed down to Gwdihw (pronounced good-e-hue) for a much needed gin. Gwdihw is Welsh for owl, which is appropriate as they happened to have some furry friends from the local owl sanctuary there and you could pet them. For free. I’ve had “pet a tiny owl” on my Life List ever since seeing this amazing video… so you’d better believe I petted that owl. I’m not sure if you can tell from my very understated expression, but I was a little…Continue Reading “Life List: Pet A Tiny Owl”
The ease of super short hair Eyedrops Perfectly firm grapes The sizzle of butter hitting a hot pan Relaxing in warm water, feeling the sun on your face See the whole list here
I added “learn how to french braid my hair” to my 31 for 31, not really thinking about the fact that I was due to shave my head in August and that my hair probably wouldn’t be long enough by June 2015 to attempt it. If you’re wondering if I am particularly good at forward planning, I think this is perhaps your answer. Luckily, I realised ahead of time and french braiding, it turns out, is not that difficult to learn. The photo below was my…Continue Reading “Life List / 31 for 31: Learn How to French Braid My Hair”
Laughing with my mum Giant deckchairs Chips by the seaside Quiet moments of peace Putting down my phone for a day or two See the whole list here
Dear Bluestone, Thanks for having zero phone signal. It made it much easier to switch off for a couple of days, which I greatly appreciated. Your portion sizes are crazy, but your digital detox therapy is spot on. Love Sarah See other Friday Thanks here.
5 Goals for August [3/5] Cook 5 new recipes [5/5] Read 5 library books [5/5] Watch 5 of my 31 for 31 films [5/5] Finish the top secret project for Arthur’s birthday Complete the first draft of Télégramme Oh, August. I had such grand plans for you but it didn’t quite work out like that. Sometimes these goals are a lesson in patience and failure, I find. I didn’t finish Télégramme (altho I did, at least, start it), I didn’t finish Arthur’s present and I…Continue Reading “Monthly Goals: August & September”
WELL. Where do I even start with this one?! Yesterday was an absolute roller coaster of a day (much emotions, so feelings). As most of you are probably well aware, for the last 18 months or so I’ve been planning to shave my head to raise money for charity and honour my friend, Lisa, who sadly died last year from cancer. I wrote about it all here, if you’re interested. I decided to split the money I raised between three charities: The Royal Marsden Hospital, who…Continue Reading “Life List / 31 for 31: Shave My Head For Charity”
Dear chocolate covered raisins, Thanks for being delicious, no matter what brand I buy. A little certainty every now and again is always appreciated. Love Sarah See other Friday Thanks here.