When was the last time you had cotton candy? A week a go I would’ve not been able to answer that question. For a few years I’ve done all I can to avoid it, and embarrassed not to remember. Admitting it must’ve been more than 20 years ago made me feel old. Thanks to “Nude by Nubu” giving out free cotton candy on their shopping night my life has changed and I can have a full social life and join in on conversations about that fluffy sugar again.
People and clothes.
Someone buying a white piece of clothing.
Basic was written on the wall.
The moment my life changed.
The clothes I wore in this crucial moment.
Let’s make sure this kid never gets in to the same situation. I think he had about 10 of them and that makes me think he won’t.
A white shoe. In my possession. How did this happen? Good question because for some reason I feel very strange in light coloured shoes and clothes. I really don’t know why. It just doesn’t feel like me, I’ve tried a few times but all I want is to run home and change before someone sees me.
Is there anyone else out there with the same issue?
The good thing about these shoes is, even if they’re still just waiting to be taken out on the streets, they probably cost less than a jar of 5Ft coins. Hence the composition.
Műcsarnok swimming in light seen after swimming in a pool at the Széchenyi baths. I was swimming, not Műcsarnok. I’m obsessed with swimming, at least in the last two posts and it will continue. I’ll tell you why later.
Dress/H&M Conscious Collection. Sandals/Swedish Hasbeens that I was so lucky to find second hand.
Testing the stability of the bridge in city park, it hasbeen passing with conscious effort.
The above was a couple of weeks ago when I was complaining it wasn’t warm enough outside. Now I’m dipping my head the water put out for dogs.