I can't believe how quickly it has come around. I hope you're stuffing your face with Quality Streets and getting merry with our beloved prosecco! This is a post I wrote a little over a week ago, and as it's Christmas, I thought it would be the perfect time to reflect on the good times and remember the people and moments that matter most.
I don't remember this moment, but it's one I'd love to experience again to see my Nana once more. We all look so genuinely happy, and that can be hard to find in a photo. That's me in my mum's arms by the way, I was a chirpy bubba.
The summer, lying in a hammock with my love absorbing the Greek vibes. The holiday was more than we could have expected, the hotel on a beach was like a dream and I felt so so content.
Doing a photo shoot with a very close friend, coming home from Australia before flying off again. Days like this and capturing the moments make you realise how much you appreciate friendships.
Watching Foxes perform at an intimate local festival in Cornwall. I remember screaming, ultimate girl crush.
Eating a Krispy Kreme, every single time please.
County walkin' with my beautiful Jen.
Trying out my second hand Nikon for the first time while visiting Exeter and having the best time.
Being in Switzerland and capturing moments of one of the most beautiful humans I have met.
The first time I went pumpkin picking and was fully loving everything autumn brings. We drank coffee and carved some remarkable creations that night...
Finding a rad cafe in Bristol, with a best friend.
Stumbling upon surfers riding waves in a Munich river. We stayed there for what seemed like hours.
Visiting the optical illusion museum in Edinburgh on a day trip and seeing the outcome of this photo, that a random Chinese couple took for us. Still makes me laugh.
Getting drunk and making poses in the mirror as a teen.
I feel so old.
When my dog was a lil baby.
Top of the rock, one of the most unreal experiences - was it real? I DON'T KNOW.
Yep. I'm crying! So many memories. Liked this post? Tell me below and I'll do more.