Last year for my birthday I got a polaroid camera. I quickly had a problem of not having anywhere to put the (kinda shitty) photos I took.
Luckily, I was walking through Dymocks with Paige and we found a little journal with Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children on the cover with a really soft faux leather cover. I loved it and Paige bought it for me! Which was incredibly nice of her so I started putting my polaroids in there.
If you’re wanting to get the book you can follow this link here https://t.cfjump.com/t/46575/29692/ to the Dymocks website where you will find all the different journals they have on offer. Not only do they have Miss Peregrines home for peculiar children they also have Harry Potter sets and many, many more.
Honestly, I love it. It gives me a little place to put my favourite photos of big moments. I date most of them and this just is a really nice way for me to put photos that mean so so much to me.
The first few pages are really bad but as I continued to take photos you can see the improvement. You can even see when I stopped taking the photos and how bad they got.
Obviously, this is a really personal thing, however, starting it gave me the motivation to start this blog. It holds so many memories within it (some of which are in the photos below) and gives me such joy when I can add things to it.
See ya next week little adventurers.
- My Bed
- Butter Chicken
As you can see not one of these things really requires large amounts of money. Although I do spend wayyy too much money on food, you can see I like a lot of it.
The most important one is Paige. Yes, this is going to be sappy, I’m really not sorry.
Paige has been my biggest support over the last couple months. She’s let me stay at her house so I don’t have to drive nearly an hour and a half to get to my exams. She’s made me do my work even though it may be the last thing I want to do. She’s done more for me than I ever thought a person could do.
We haven’t been together that long really, coming up to nine months (and no pregnancy scares!) but I honestly can’t imagine my life without her. My weeks revolve around when I can see her and my days are a countdown to when I can spend time with her. Despite spending nearly every day with her, and countless fights, she’s still the person I want to wake up next to every day. She’s still the person who I pick to fight through every hardship life throws at us.
We have our differences. We joke that we’re ying and yang. Somehow it just makes us stronger. Our differences meld us together in such a way that even the threat of her being taken from me is enough to put me in hysterics.
I’ve always been one to catastrophise, and that really hasn’t changed. The world just seems a little less scary with her by my side.
See ya next week,