Archives for posts with tag: lunch

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Finding a scarf in a vintage shop with a dog on that looks just like our old dog, Dingo.
Big woolly socks. God I love big woolly socks.
Having lunch in Martha’s Pantry – a girly, floral cafe filled with cakes, pastels and all sorts of twee things.

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Lunch today. Delicious food, lots of laughs and a cheap to from the next door charity shop
My gorgeous new jumper as a well done to me for getting a job
Brand new Grand Designs on TV. BRAND NEW.

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Another free lunch from my housemate, this time at the beach. A beach with a dog and seagulls.
Getting tweets from people I don’t know back home saying they’re thinking of me because the quizmaster at the pub I used to go to held a minute silence for me not being there.
Sticking my face in the new mint plant. It’s so minty.

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This bear
Driving over to our flatmate’s work with two other flatmates so we could hang out with him and get a free, delicious lunch
Driving up the ridiculously steep hill we live on in the old, slightly broken car and leaning back in my seat, feeling fairly certain that I’m vertical. 

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Going to the new cafe for lunch. And it was good. And cheap. And the man was very friendly.

A chat with mum

A teeny tiny dog in a bag

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Muji. I love everything about that shop

Lunch at Food For Thought, the delicious vegetarian cafe in Covent Garden. The salad was incredible. I feel like I’ve never had a healthier lunch.

Going shopping for rucksacks and clothes for traveling. Eek!

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Lunch with good friends

A spinach and berry smoothie. I feel healthier just thinking about it

The runaway luggage on the tube that rolled away from its owner

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Watching the springbok jump in Africa

A shared joke with my colleague in this mornings meeting

Giving in to the burrito stall at lunch time

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Meeting my boyfriend for his lunch break. He’s been working so much that it was lovely to see him for an hour.

Getting the money back for a pair of jeans that I didn’t want (read: couldn’t really afford in the first place).

Having the time to lie on the sofa with my boyfriend and just chat about things.

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