We had a lovely Thursday night out ( photos from the previous Thursday - carnival night - ) and i dress myself as usual! This time without people looking at me like i was an alien!
And look people what i found! With my friend, the previous day, we decided to go and buy various carnival stuff and we discovered a place full with my-kind-of-decorations! Unfortunately too expensive! :/
But, i got this baby boy ( oh yes it's a boy and his name terror xD ) and a pair of black braces for jeans i was looking for. Original this baby was/ is a hat (!), i will probably turn it into a bag or a hanging decoration for my room. I couldn't leave it behind though! So sweet!!!
Since i am talking about decoration, i paint and re-decorated my room once again.
There are still some empty spots to cover but it is not my concern right now! I am just really glad that it's over. It looks so adorable, it feels like home :D Our personal space is our sanctuary after all!!
Some pictures from my place.
I found a see-through purple "curtain" with a string aside, which gives you the benefit to adjust the height as you please! One euro only! And before placed it, i broke it a little bit. Yes, i bought fabric and i broke it xP
Aww and two pillow cases, for 2 euros only. Pretty things are not always that expensive!
My many years dead flower - made by me. I waiting a long time to find a good glass to keep it.
It remind's me of the flower from the Beauty and the Beast my all time favourite tale.
I am about to start this novel.
Red Leaves is a suspense mystery, published in 1997 by Paullina Simons ( you may know her from her famous trilogy The Bronze Horseman ). Detective Spencer O'Malley meets young Ivy League student, Kristina Kim, and a week later is called to investigate her murder. He begins to unravel the mystery of the tangled relationships between the victim's friends - Jim, Conni and Albert, her past and her estranged family as he is sure that not everything is as it seems.
What is your favourite spot on your room/ house? Do you feel the same about your space?
Any good book you read recently?