|Exactly what I need..minus the balloon|
(Yes I am mature!)
about an hour or so away. It was supposed to be just me and my mum, but somehow my three siblings ended up lingering along with us. My brother was the worst who just complained every second of every minute, that he didn't want to go shopping. Yet when we told him he wasn't coming, he was persistent and persuasive, that he would behave (his almost 11 year old) self.
It wouldn't quite feel like home without some lovely rain.
|"A happy rose"|
So now back to staying on point and on track. If your wondering what Milton Keynes is, it's basically like a huge shopping center. As my grandparents live on the country side, where there is land (with sheep on them), and land (without sheep on them) all around, there is virtually nothing to do within a twenty mile radius. There isn't even a Starbucks anywhere to be found (gasp). Or a coffee shop for that matter.
|Costa (the popular coffee shop here)|
The fashion in England continues to progress, as I have spotted stripes, intricate prints, hues of every color (like fifty shades of pink), and scintillating sheer detailing. Although I may need to buy another suitcase to bring my new wardrobe home, I can't say that I'm done shopping as we are heading back into London this weekend (and because of course I am a natural shopaholic).
With all that being said-I'm going back to bed in hope that I feel better for the party tomorrow. Keep posted!