Sunday Smiles ♥

Sunday can be a grim cocktail of a hangover from Saturday evening and the impending gloom of Monday morning, however it doesn't have to be this way! While I am unable to offer a better hangover cure than Berocca and a bacon sandwich, I do hope to bring a small smile to your Sunday, making the thought of Monday morning seem a little more bearable.

I apologise for the late posting of this post, I met up with my aunt and her friends today which was lovely but it meant that this post was a bit late. Anyway thanks for reading and I hope you have a fantastic week! 

Put your heart back in your pocket, pick your love up off the floor,

I never had a place that I could call my very own but that's alright my love because you're my home
Billy Joel

I can't stop, don't care if I lose, you are the weapon I choose
Katy Perry

For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.
Robert Louis Stephenson

The visible reminder of invisible light 
T.S. Elliot

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.
Mark Twain

I met a guy in a nightclub this week, he seemed nice and was a pretty good kisser so it was a fun night. My friends wanted to leave round 2am so I was leaving with them and he asked for my number. I gave it to him but I didn't expect to hear much from him, I am under no illusion about meeting guys in nightclubs! A couple of days passed and I hadn't heard anything but then on Saturday I got a text from him. It was a nice surprise and it challenged my pre-conceptions about guys in nightclubs. We haven't met up yet and nothing may come of it but I just wanted to let you know that sometimes, when you are least expecting it, a curve ball can come out of the blue, knock you on the head and remind you that the world is unpredictable and who on earth would want to change that? 

In that vein, this is the seven ages of man by William Shakespeare read by Morgan Freeman

Thanks for reading
Have a wonderful week