11/02/2012

THERE'S MORE TO LIFE THAN BOOKS YOU KNOW, BUT NOT MUCH MORE

For nine days, I am blissfully parted from school. I've got a lot of lovely things planned this week and I'll be capturing them all on this: 

I bought this cheap disposable camera today with my friend Beth and reminisced of times when the sound of the film winding on would exist concomitantly with happy memories. This blog makes me sound about eighty, I swear.

My most recent discovery is that Wikipedia had a definitive list of 'Scottish Indie Rock Groups'. Goodbye life, hello music geekery in all its reclusive glory.

Beth and I also went to a secondhand book fair today. I spent three pounds and got a plethora of beautiful books, including this lovely little pocket atlas circa 1910.

 Other purchases feature...

I'm self confessed book addict, and I think it's kind of incredible that the meagre pages in these books have survived so much, outlasting the authors by passing from hand to hand for more than a century.

We also both bought new jackets. I got this denim one from Cancer Research. 

We did other fun things in Shoreham, and I'll post the pictures from the developed film at some point. Hope you're enjoying the weather - I am of the small minority that has no snow, but I love the winter sun on windy February afternoons.

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