Just call me “Jazz” please. Sums me up.
Again, another list to get me out of the habit of only eating under my covers when I don’t know where else to go. Don’t think I’ll have a problem consulting this whoop whoooop.
This list has been on my mind since the beginning of time really - so let’s get it down son! I pretty much want to do any and every new thing that I can at any point in time, but never know what to do when free time presents itself (always so much to choose from, and with that kind of pressure I do as most girls would, and end up hiding under my covers and eating….c’est normal). So this will be my forum for me, myself and I, (and you, you silly monkey) and if/when I do them, I will wri-zite about ‘em.
*Columbia Flower Market
*London Jazz Festival
I had a weird thought last night while watching some commercial with elderly puppets in it, and it was this: when I’m in my 70’s/80’s/90’s/100’s/110’s, will I wear things that are fashionable to me NOW (i.e. skinny jeans, baggy tops, lots of leather) OR, will I wear what old people NOW wear now? Mid sized navy heels, pencil skirts and blazers, permed hair - you know the look. And, with that said, is there a concrete old people style? That quintessential “blitz” and/or air stewardess type look noted above that has draped the likes of our grandmothers for over the past twenty some-odd years and counting? Or, does it vary from generation to generation, and we’ve just only been exposed to the fashions of the baby boom mommies? I need answers people, because if what I will ultimately be wearing is, in fact, set in stone, where I will look like an air stewardess in 50 years time, then kill me now. Skinny jeans and boots forever!
I want to be that girl in the back shaking weights.
Teeeensy bit late on this - RABBIT RABBIT RABBIT y’all.
Pay day = please come back soon.
I’ve had about three Starbucks Double Shots in the past six hours and feel sick. Wamp waaaamp.
Cops!? On a DONUT!? You’re killin’ me guys.