This, of course, being the Coronavirus pandemic. However much I am an optimist, I know things won’t ever fully go back to normal, or the normal we were accustomed to. And the world won’t suddenly snap back into working full speed again; it’ll be a delayed return, just like they are doing in Wuhan now. … Continue reading Things I Want to Do When This Is All Over | rosie abigail
Last Sunday, I spent my time being a peak millennial; your gal went thrifting! The Vintage Kilo Sale pops into my home city of Winchester every few months, and now I make it my mission to attend. I love vintage fashion, whether that be 60s A-line skirts, or gaudy 90s shirts, and this sale is … Continue reading What I Bought – Vintage Kilo Sale!
Another year older, but probably not another year wiser. That’s right, on Sunday 7th July, I turned twenty-three. I know a lot of people have some kind of fear over their birthday, of getting older, of hitting a milestone. To me, twenty-three doesn’t seem a remarkable or important age. It’s close enough to eighteen that … Continue reading I’m Feeling Twenty-Three! | rosie abigail
Winchester, Hampshire. Ye olde capital city of the United Kingdom. Home to the world's longest Medieval cathedral. Childhood city of Frank Turner and Colin Firth, and the resting place of Jane Austen. It also happens to be where I call home. Home, for me, begins in my flat. It's a light dappled sun trap in … Continue reading My Winchester (Through A Lense) | rosie abigail
Hello, my name is Rosie; I am an avid reader, keen photographer, blogger, theatre maker, and I am woefully unfit. Last month, I had an asthma attack that resulted in an ambulance trip, multiple oxygen masks, IVs, X-rays, and medication. This left me unable to leave the house for almost two weeks whilst I regained … Continue reading Why I am Running the Race For Life… | rosie abigail