I thought it would be fun to share a few 'real-life-not-just-close-ups-of-my-eyes' shots!
So, what is going on at my house at the moment?
Twitter, photography work, motorsport assignments and general banter! Check stew out laying on the floor in the 'i've given up on my assignment' position! For the record the girl on the left is Verity - my oh so famous on this blog housemate/best friend! and the guy sitting by the window is Sam! We'll talk about him more later in the post ;)
I had the tips of my nails painted neon pink when I popped to the nail bar with Verity today, I checked the colour and its called 'pink voltage' or 'voltage pink' or something by china glaze! I love it!! I'm going to put glitter on them tonight :D
Something completely and utterly unrelated and really only for Rachel (who, by the way, is a costume and performance design student/good old pal of mine, and is new to the blogging thing! go and follow her, shes awesome!)....
Let me explain why this photo is necessary, Rae and I both have the 'thrill' of car-fanatic boyfriends, this means that we regularly have to put up with changes to the 'ride' height, colour, style, sound and general 'look' of our boyfriends cars...
This week there has been a raging debate in the house about whether Stew (my boyfriend) should raise his car a little as there are certain places that we can no longer access (car parks, asda, my mums driveway... etc) Sam (Rae's boyfriend and stews good friend) wanted me to take a shot of his car outside to show how 'high' it apparantly is compared to Stews... Let me just say that neither car is particularly high but sams definately has the height advantage!!
Anyway Rae, heres the photo:
I'm not going to bore my lovely readers with more explanation about this so yeah, sorry if you weren't even remotely interested!
For the record, the yellow thing doesn't belong to anyone I know! hahaha!
And for anyone who cares, Stews car is on the left, Sams on the right...
ps - seriously, I don't think Stews car could get much lower without making sparks every time it went over a pin!! ;)