My little blogger interview series is one of the highlights of my week – and I hope you agree – I just love discovering new blogs and introducing the bloggers behind them to you… Have you found some goodies to follow? Do let me know! I’d also love to hear about any you would like to see featured here!
Today is the turn of Charlene from Gee Whiskers She blogs about her new found love of all things beauty and a few other pretty things too! Find out more about her here:
One thing I have learned while progressing through my twenties is that I know exactly who I am. It makes life so much more enjoyable and just plain easier. I have learned how to appreciate all the little things in life and in turn, it has made me a much better person.
Dachshunds (my dachshund is called Scamp), rainy days, coffee, fresh doughnuts, sweetpea flowers, crème caramel, the colour purple, my blog and Cape Town! I grew up in Kimberley and moved to Cape Town when I was 16. I can’t imagine living anywhere else.
For such a long time I only read textbook because I was continually studying something part time. I constantly have to remind myself that I am actually allowed to pick up a “normal” book. At the moment I am trying to get through The Help because I refuse to watch the movie before finishing the book. I know I am very late to the party. I don’t really have a preference for any type of genre – I like anything from 1984, The Great Gatsby, The Secret Life of Bees, to The Valley of the Dolls.
There are so many things that a person wants in life, but I really am at a point where I am so blessed that I feel selfish thinking about wanting anything more than what I currently have. I think mostly I just want to continue to be happy and continue to be the person I am.
I am not a follower of the latest trends at all. I am a jeans and t-shirt kind of girl. If I could get away with it, I would probably want to live in PJs all day. I do occasionally like to dress up a bit and wear heels, but I feel most comfortable in pumps, tshirt and a pair of jeans.
Oh, need is just a strong word. But I will take it very superficially and say that I need to travel. I truly do believe that travelling enriches a person so much. I haven’t had the opportunity to travel overseas yet but I know it is something I will definitely want to make it a priority in my life.
Images: Charlene Smith