In My Life
The past week was exceedingly busy for me, so I didn’t have as much time to read as I would have liked. I’m back to training with my club twice a week now that we’re gearing up for our league to start in two to three months. As much as I like my free time, I do look forward to spending more time on court again.
Today I celebrated my birthday with my family over lunch. My sister surprised me with Fimo modelling clay because she remembered that I was looking for it two or three years ago. My mum decided I should set up a travel fund and gave me some money for it. Lunch buffet was my dad’s treat.
I met some friends for dinner, so while hanging around town to wait for them, I decided to look for a new pair of shoes. I now am a proud owner of a new pair of Vans, which means I could chuck my 1 year 7 month old pair. Hoho. Anyway, dinner was a lot of fun, as usual and I’m really thankful for this bunch of friends.
With all the book tags going round on Instagram, Shannelle, Lillian and I can finally say we contributed too. We were talking book photography and lamented that it’s so difficult sometimes to find interesting backgrounds. After some too and fro, the idea for the #minimalistbooks tag surfaced.
If you want to join in grab a book, open to the half title or title page, find a simple background and snap away! As you can see from the photo I added above, I posted the half title of Scandal by Sarah Ockler.
On the Blog
- [15 Sep] THE STRANGE AND BEAUTIFUL SORROWS OF AVA LAVENDER by Leslye Walton ★★★
- [17 Sep] LOGO DESIGN LOVE by David Airey ★★★★
Around the Blogosphere
I’ve bookmarked the posts I’m interested in in my RSS feed but I haven’t had the time to read any of them over the past week. I’ll make up for it next week and link up to two weeks worth of posts that I want to share.