27 February 2011

sunday afternoon.

Watching: Amazing Race. so happy it's back on!
Loving: this spread in the March/April edition of the English Home magazine. I'm loving the pink and the floral. And that is now my dream car. :) I think that my girly side is coming out in full force in retaliation to spending two hours in the car three times a week with the brother.

I'm in love with Sunday afternoon. I've also decided that when I grow up I want to work for English Home magazine. It has everything: Europe, pretty pictures, interior design, photography. I could be the photographer...or the graphic designer...or the writer. Dream job! My other dream job (at the moment) would include living in Paris or Amsterdam, designing/photographing book covers, and running a coffee shop on the side- but only maybe about the coffee shop. I don't plan on staying in America for long.

Besides perusing British magazines this afternoon, I looked over my littlest sister while she baked brownies and wrote a letter to (who else?) Bleah. It was so relaxing.

I'm looking forward to tomorrow, which should include coffee with Liz and getting the first two Hunger Games books from the library. Needless to say, it should be pretty amazing. Wednesday is the other best day of my week: the Belgium restaurant in Indianapolis, and hopefully Barnes and Nobles.

Anything fun going on this week?


  1. I want that magazine. I'm getting that magazine. I love that magazine. The British always make everything so cool and lovely-happy and awesome, and simply "delightful"! I love the photos, great post :))
    -Jocee <3

  2. That magazine is filled with so many lovely things. That car is too sweet with the floral prints on the top. Some afternoon tea in the garden would really be amazing.

    Your sister is so cute! :) This week is all about focusing on my midterms. Can't wait for the week to end! Oh, and I'll also be collecting my tickets for Michael Buble's Crazy Love Tour! Yes, that's definitely a highlight. :)


  3. Love the pictures in the magazine! I so want to visit England!

  4. that magazine looks brilliant {why haven't I seen it before?!?!} and I love your littlest sister's top.

  5. Hello,
    I just thought I would let you know that I love your blog! It is so encouraging and inspiring.
    Love In Christ,
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    P.S.S I am English, :D

  6. Oh I've never heard of this magazine! I do get Country Living, which may be similar. I'll have to check it out.

    Ladaisi Blog

  7. Will this be your first foray into The Hunger Games series? If so, you're in for a ride.

  8. You will LOVE the Hunger Games. My husband got me hooked. And I have never heard of that magazine before. Thanks for introducing it though, I am totally digging it so far.

  9. If you don't mind me asking, where did you get your camera and about how expensive was it? I might be buying one sometime and am looking for idea's :)
    Great post!

  10. The hunger games is THE best book on the face of this entire planet (yes, that beats Harry Potter). You will not be able to stop reading. Anyway, I love making brownies! And your sister's so cute!

  11. i always love looking at your pictures, their the best and i think you could get any job you wanted with them

  12. The pictures in that magazine are so inspiring! I would also dearly love to write for that sort of magazine, it's all so lovely! :) Definitely following xx

  13. Lovely photos. Your little sister is adorable x

  14. Wha! I LOVE the 50s flare in these magazine photos. Lovely, lovely :) Thanks for sharing!

  15. lol, I want that magazine. :D Your sister is too cute! I wish my little siblings would make brownies. :D


  16. Jocee- glad you approve. :)

    Sarah- I know, right? ehh, have fun with that. :P

    Bookworm- lovely, aren't they?

    Libby- I have no idea! aww I'll tell her you said so. :)

    Chloe-Jane- thanks so much for the comment! English people rock. :)

    Ladaisi- Country Living is pretty awesome too.

    TCG- oh goodness, no. I read them last fall and LOVED them. I was gonna get the books for my sister, who, sadly, has not read them. looking forward to the movie?

    Ailinh- I've read them before, and yes, they are so fantastic.

    Anna Rose- I'll comment and let you know. Btw, we really should find each other on Facebook. is your profile picture a rose?

    Charlotte- I completely agree.

    IFL- you're so sweet! Thanks so much. :)

    Rachelous- man, I know. it's my favorite magazine. thank you!

    Melanie- :)

    Hannah- thank YOU and you're welcome. :)

    Elisa- hahaa yes, it was one of those, let's make brownies, Katie! so I basically watched her and told her how much to measure. :)


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