Wednesday, March 27, 2013

spring flakes

There's nothing more I'd like to do now than to go on little adventures outside with my camera in tow. My feet are literally itching, but there are also numb from this horrible cold. Georgian houses might be romantic to look at, but they're a whole other story to live in. So you'll have to excuse me while I'm feeling sorry for myself, hiding under the duvets until this endless winter decides to get its coat and leave.


16 comments:

Jane said...

By the sounds of it winter up there is definitely overstaying its welcome... hope it warms up soon for you! Sounds like you're keeping cosy though haha.

Kelli / Fog and Forest said...

Paris is finally showing the first signs of Spring! I've been so happy putting on a lighter jacket when I go outside for walks to the library or the bakery. It'll happen for you soon, too. In the mean time, stay warm.

Emma said...

I'm so with you. I want to hibernate until Spring actually arrives! Bring on the warmer photo friendly weather! :)

Emma x

Madeline said...

Taken a while to get around to replying to anything/going on blogspot, but you should definitely go to Glenadalough sometime, it was lovely :)also what is with all the snow today, yesterday...this is some spring Ireland has! Georgian houses are pretty despite the issues, I'd love to live in one anyway

Anny said...

Uh, I know the feeling, winter refuses to let go properly here too, and I really don't know what to do about it. One part of me wants to pretend that everything is fine and spring, and the other part wants to curl up under a warm blanket with a cup of hot tea.
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I'll go for the latter, I think. I still need to finish reading Across The Universe so.

moira said...

@Jane: ha i'm trying, might build a shrine in honor of the electric blanket/water bottle combo! Do you sometimes get harsh winters in Sydney too? x

@Kelli: this gives me hope, hope the wind blows paris spring towards us! x

@Emma: yesterday wasnt so bad, hope it means the worst is behind us (i dont dare looking at the forecast anymore, not that they get it right anyways)x

@Madeline: i'm trying to plan a little trip there in april if the weather is kind to us! x

@Anny: sounds like you'd be making the best of this situation, enjoy the book x

little henry lee said...

we're just coming in to autumn now and it's all rainy and wet and miserable today and i WISH i could be tucked up in bed with a good book or a movie. i'm not looking forward to winter at all! :(

little henry lee

moira said...

:( hope you'll get to do that soon and that you have enough beautiful summer memories to get you through winter, courage! x

Stephanie Louise said...

I hope it warms up fast for you, I'm so over all this coldness! Georgian architecture is so beautiful, love the photos. xx

Stephanie Louise

Suzy said...

nothing better than reading in bed. Love your sheets btw :)

moira said...

Agreed! they're from ikea (and cheap!)x

Just Dont Tell Anyone said...

so simple! but so nice! well done! :)

moira said...

@ just don't tell anyone: glad you like :) x

moira said...

@stephanie louise: sorry your comment somehow ended up in the spam folder. it's warming up slightly but it's still rather grey. Hope spring has arrived for you! thank you for your comment x

Rita Scamander said...

Oh, this post is so dreamy :) Two beautiful great pictures you have here. Good reads, girl! The Remembrall, xx

moira said...

thanks! :) xx

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