I’m dead

tired.  Was supposed to be in town 8.30AM today. I woke up and just thought – NO WAY. Just uh-uh! Woke up again around noon and found I was still deadtired. What can I say? Traveling is hard on the body and the brain – especially the brain – and even more so when you’re the one in charge of organizing everything etc.

Think I promised you yesterday some photos and so on.. but I am honestly too tired still to try and describe the trip and the concert in the way they deserve. So I’ll just throw in some pics of my newest findings shoppingwise 😉


What would a good London-trip be without some shoe-shopping? Not-so-good I tell ya! 😉


I ❤ Primark – both of the shoes are from there and I got both of’em for less than HALF the price of what one of those would cost here. Score.


Me and mom bought matching dresses in blue & red!


I also got my hands on this little lovely thing – Camden is the best shoppingplace evah.. IF you know how to say no to all them shopowners x)


This vintage piece in lovely red leather cost me 100£… NOT! Haha, it’s as fake as it can be and I got it from beloved Primark for like 3£ or something!


I had no one to photograph me in my awesome hat/beanie/whatever so my superduper-cute dog Raija got to pose for me 😉 In my opinion she did a much better job than I could’ve ever ^^

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12 thoughts on “I’m dead

    • Got my book says:

      Exactly! It is so filled with things – the problem isn’t finding stuff. It’s affording the (huge) amount of things you desire and fitting it into your luggage… ^^

      • The Background Story says:

        You said it! The fees I paid for my excess baggage were bigger than my total purchases, to be quite honest.

        Anyway, the dresses are lovely (esp. the red one) and the green platforms look so sexy-cute! (= I was surfing the photos tag here on WordPress, and the photo of those shoes just stood out of the page. (=

      • Got my book says:

        Hehe, I was so afraid of having to pay for excess! But I bought a travel-scale: truly the best thing ever! Cause then I could keep track on everything I bought and how much it weighed 😛

        Which country are you from btw, I’m curious 🙂 And yes the green shoes are just.. ghah.. 😛 They were on sale for 6£!

      • Got my book says:

        It really was a steal 😀 I know where the Philippines are, some friends of mine was there a couple of years ago. They visited a school and got to see how it worked (they work at a school themselves, so I suppose it was a “work/study-trip”)

        One of my friends bought me a beautiful pair of earrings and a necklace with amethist stones – I actually went and bought an amethist ring in Camden (to match the earrings)! 😛

        I live in Sweden, if you haven’t already figured it out, and it’s way up north (a part of the country actually lies within the North Pole zone) hahaha x)

      • The Background Story says:

        Sweden! I’ve always wanted to go there. I’ve been planning a trip around Europe for some time now, and I want to make it happen in the next couple of years, and Sweden definitely is part of that. (=

        Yeah, I noticed that many foreigners buy pearls and precious stones here as gifts to take home. They’re pretty and easy to carry, I guess! No danger of overloading the luggage! d=

      • Got my book says:

        Haha excactly, jewelery can never go wrong 😉

        How fun that you want to come here – it really is a lovely country! Especially northern Sweden, where I’m from (but not currently living). The snow and the forrests and ancient mountains, it is just so beautiful 🙂

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