So, Valentine's Day is coming up soon - which is completely and utterly fabulous for all you lucky people who have partners - a candle light dinner, romance and loooovvvvvveeeeeeeee.
For many of us it's like having the word "SINGLE" plastered on our forehead for the whole world to see. It's pretty depressing, and most of us end up spending it with a tub of Ben and Jerry's ice cream and sobbing in front of Titanic - or worse, a stereotypical rom-com which usually results with us shouting at the tv in rage "THAT DOESN'T HAPPEN IN REAL LIFE")
(If you are one of those lucky ladies, and are wondering what to wear, this January is very much rock-meets-royal styling. Dresses with structured fitting, thick belts and bold gold prints will look great, and is very in season - as are velvets and metallic shades. On the contary, you could dress down in a boyfriend-style appearance in a parka, denim and over sized jumpers).
I've been to a couple of 18th parties recently, both of which were themed - 60s and 80s. And, besides the crazy clothes, this made me think - what will the next generations think of our era? It'll probably consist of a muddle of club anthems, constantly changing fashion, Facebook and IPhones. Our era is lacking that good ol' fashion love that all the others had - we have no distinct fashion or even music - it changes so fast.
Not that this is a bad thing, since vintage is greaatt. I miss that too - old fashioned love letters hand written, jube boxes and the blues.
Now let's finish this post with those three words we love the most:
LETS GET DRUNK.
P.S Glee has just come back on here in England - so excited, and I've also got tickets to see them live. WHO SAID LIFE IS BAD?