Well actually, it's been quite the opposite. And completely self-inflicted of course, but it's been just one of those weeks where every little thing stresses you out. Job rejections, cold weather, smudged nail varnish, X-factor. Wait.... well, anyway, I turned to my trusty scented candle and a bit of blog-reading to quell any panic. I think it did the trick.
These are not just white-chocolate coated raisins, these are M&S white-chocolate coated raisins.
Twisted in an unreal-amazing-super-star-tasty way. You miiiight have realised by now that I do love a bit of baking, but the one thing that I've avoided until this very week is bread. It terrifies me. I don't know why - I mean, I love to eat it, but making it from scratch just seems to have far too many pitfalls for me to fall very ungracefully down. Nevertheless, I gave this twister bread a go [half stuffed with pesto, half with wholegrain mustard] and was pleasantly surprised at the result.
Bread: 0, Danni: 1.
I tried leopard print nails a long time ago, a la Gem, but never seemed able to get it right. It looked more like a dodgy mosaic than any animal print I've ever seen. I think it was Lily's ever-lovely nail art that spurred me to try again and voilà, I think I nailed it [Buh dum bum....]. Will definitely try some milder colour tones next time though, not sure I can carry off these brights!
My favourite album, ever. [Aha Shake Heartbreak, KOL] Other musical fads may come and go [my current go-to's being Foster the People and Bombay Bicycle Club], but just as soon as I break out Caleb and Co's archives I'm oblivious once again to anything else. They certainly have my heart [and my full-volume