Friday, 21 August 2009

lady of the blue rose

at 4am on saturday, i set off for my holidays in cornwall and for the past 3 hours i've been packing - which i hate. i've pretty much packed everything from my wardrobe, including quite a large pile of books i chose specially for the occasion.
the top three are books i've borrowed from my dad, and the rest are brand new
from the top:
setting free the bears by john irving
one flew over the cuckoo's nest by ken kesy
high fidelity by nick hornby
the unbearable lightness of being by milan kundera
nineteen eighty-four by george orwell
catch 22 by joseph heller
the bell jar by sylvia plath
trainspotting by irvine welsh
i tried to go for quite famous reads, as generally on holiday i read a lot of crap books that take about 3 seconds to read and are utterly predictable.

i also bought some shorts from topshop today for my holiday.
they were in the sale for £15 (although i actually thought the tag said £5 so there was a bit of a scramble at the till)

they have the cuuuutest liberty print; the blue roses are just darling.
i shall be taking my laptop to cornwall, but i'm not sure if there will be any internet access where we're staying, i shall try to do some posting but it's a bit unlikely that will happen.

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