The raw open wound that is your heart, love gushing out of it at such a speed as they smash it to smithereens with their razor blade words. You scream ‘NO’ as they continue to break it, nothing stopping them on their mission. Their blows coming harder & faster, desperately wanting to break you, destroy you.
It suddenly comes to an abrupt end; they simply turn and walk away as if out of a trance & heading back to normality – but you don’t know what that is anymore.
I don’t know about you guys and girls, but I LOVE finding a good TV series to binge watch.
So, after binge watching all of my TV fav’s, I had nothing to watch and aimlessly scrolled through Amazon Prime Video looking for something good to watch, which is when I stumbled upon the truly addictive series that is, Versailles.
Now, I do love a bit of history, so it was nothing out of the ordinary for me to choose such a series, but let me just tell you, it was worth every second of my devoted time!
1. a shy, reticent person.
Is it just me, or does anyone else for the most part, desire to be completely hidden from the world, away from everyone and everything?
See, to me, the thought of not having to converse with anyone, look at anyone, hug, laugh with or meet people is bittersweet. But hey, I realise that I’m not the only introvert out there, and some maybe don’t view things as pessimistic and extreme as I do, and some, maybe even more so, because we are all different in our own ways.
• Welcome to Dany’s DIY Corner, whereby Christmas is officially 46 days away •
Usually you have time to build your own wish list, think long and hard of presents to buy your loved ones and make your plans for the festive period. However, this year went so fast, it was almost like we all went to sleep one night in January, and BOOM! we awoke in November, unprepared for the reality of the upcoming festivities.
Well, I’m not greatly organised myself when it comes to Christmas, especially this year, but I do know one thing… whilst it’s super cold outside and the nights get darker quicker, who doesn’t love to curl up indoors with a hot beverage and relax? And who doesn’t find crafts and DIY fun?
Well, now you can combine the two, and let me tell you, it is SUPER fun!
So, I was reminiscing recently about this absolutely delicious cake we used to have in primary school here in the UK in the ’90s-’00s, and my mouth was a pit of drool just thinking about the soft spongy goodness, and that divine layer of icing with sprinkles on top. Even though it was so simple, and probably the easiest thing to make for all us crazy kids, it was far too delicious to forget!
Well, guess who found the recipe online?
Yup, I did, and today I’m going to share it with you so that you can enjoy some deliciousness too!