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Sunday, 9 September 2012


Hi everyone,

Its Sunday night! Another week has just flown by...where is this year going??

I've been thinking about that a lot today because it is the first day that has really started to feel like Autumn :)

I know depending on where you are right now it might not be the same for you but today in Scotland it has been a little cooler and cloudy and to be honest I have LOVED it. Driving home I was watching leafs fall off the trees and it was just so exciting.I love Autumn! It has to be one of the most beautiful times of year, so many colours everywhere. I thought I would share some of what I'm looking forward to now summer is over...

1 - The fashion! It is my favourite season to style. So many layers, so many warm woolly things. Thick knitted tights with cute little much to be excited about!

2 - HOT CHOCOLATE! Now I know you can have this any time you ant but I don't tend to drink it in spring and me its a cold weather drink. I live on it in December, it is a Christmas must have!

3 - Dark nights. For some reason when it starts to get dark earlier it becomes acceptable to come home from work, get into pyjamas and sit on the couch all night with the bed covers watching tv lol. You can't do that in feels wrong to do that when the sun is beaming through the windows.

4 - Outdoors. The air in Autumn is so crisp, I love it when you walk outside especially in the morning and it tingles your nose. You also cannot beat walking through crunchy is such a great sound.

5 - CHRISTMAS!!! It is without question my favourite time of year, I love everything about it! And yes I know that it is still only early September but lets face it Autumn is like the exciting run up to it so its hard not to start thinking about it :)

Those are just a few of the things I am excited about.

What are you looking forward to now it is Autumn? Let me know, I would love to hear about it :)

Shelley xx 

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