For this brand new InstaMagic, I’m simply taking you to a very cosy universe… These are photos of my student daily life, taken between Lyon and my very cherished Burgundy (YES, I still do like my country! My problem has actually never concerned France itself but its inhabitants!!! :p).
Anyway I hope you’ll like this new bunch of photos; I’m already getting the second part of this month’s InstaMagic ready, but this coming one will gather more christmassy photos :)! [Bet you can’t wait ^^]
Meanwhile, you will relive Halloween (notice the beautiful piece of art that is this Rock of Ages pumpkin, which was made by my British friend Alison, who is an amazing writer, musical lover & who’s blogging >>here<<), the beginning of the cold days, my November crushes (such as the beautiful discovery that is the extremely talented Charlotte Eriksson) and other very lovely moments of this month!
Enjoy, my sweet kittens ♥
Much LOVE ♥♥♥ xoxo
« I think I’ve learnt anything about friendship, it’s to hang in, stay connected, fight for them, and let them fight for you. Don’t walk away, don’t be distracted, don’t be too busy or tired, don’t take them for granted. Friends are part of the glue that holds life and faith together. Powerful stuff. » – Jon Katz
– With my two lovely childhood friends, Amélie & Maëlle, and our adorable American angel, Wendy –
« I didn’t want to give you the one last part of myself that I couldn’t take back. And then you were gone… And I realized it was already yours. It had been since the beginning. Except that I hadn’t told you. It drove me mad, the thought that you would never know. » By Lisa Kleypas in ‘Dreaming of You’
« Remember, remember, the 5th of November… » opens one of England’s best known folk rhymes. Today marks what is commonly celebrated in Britain as Guy Fawkes Day or Bonfire Night. The event commemorates the famous ‘gunpowder plot’ of 1605, when authorities thwarted Guy Fawkes and his fellow conspirators’ attempt to blow up parliament and kill King James. Traditionally, effigies of Guy Fawkes are burnt on bonfires followed by a display of fireworks across the UK to remember the failed plot against Parliament. For many, the night has come to mark the onset of Autumn with colder nights, toffee apples, sparklers and hot chocolate.