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Autumn is FINALLY here!!! Unlike many people I'm sure, I am actually excited for autumn. Yes, yes, I'm one of those people who l...

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Autumn Wishlist

Autumn is FINALLY here!!!

Unlike many people I'm sure, I am actually excited for autumn. Yes, yes, I'm one of those people who loves wearing darker clothes, layers, darker nights, hot chocolate, colourful autumn leaves, the whole lot. But I'll save talking about all of this for another post.
There are so many autumnal clothing items that I've recently been loving so I wanted to share a few of my favourites with you. I know some of you may be thinking "but autumn isn't until the 22nd September..." and all I can say is that the meteorological autumn season starts on the 1st September. Today it really felt like autumn so that's the reason for me publishing this post.

Boxy quilted overcoat //Forever 21

Sheer swiss dot dress //Forever 21

BDG Jumbo cord pencil skirt //Urban Outfitters

Velvet v-neck cami //Urban Outfitters

Numbers 6:24-26


Paris, je t'aime

So I'm finally uploading a few of my Paris photos! Paris is such a beautiful, beautiful city and I'm sad I didn't take more photos than I did. I highly recommend going to Paris as there's just so much to see and do. The food is delicious and the casual sidewalk café's make you feel like you're in a movie. From the Eiffel tower to the Notre Dame, Paris is a city for everyone.

First stop, the Eiffel tower

And up we went!

The Parisian buildings are literal works of art

Check out my last post for my Disneyland Paris adventures

Psalms 46:10


Disneyland Paris Adventures

Disney, the land of dreams
As promised, I've decided to write a blog post on my Disneyland adventures! 

I'm just going to start with mentioning that I had been to Disneyland before but that was when I was really (really!) young so I hardly remember anything. It started with my brother, sister and I talking about how we'd love to go to Disneyland Paris again, or at least just Paris because Disneyland is damn expensive! Then, on a random day, I told my dad that we didn't have to go to Disneyland and he surprised me by saying that he had already booked tickets!

Just wanted to give a bit of background info before I get into this post aha. So for this post I just wanted to post loads and loads of photos and maybe talk a bit about little moments that had happened :)

Upon arrival, were greeted by these men who proceeded to play some lovely music

I was wearing shorts, I promise haha

There was a train that could take you to different places in Disneyland which was super useful because it's such a huge place so the train ride probably saved us a 15-20 minute walk.

This shop was literal Christmas goals!

I went on the 'Space Mountain' ride which was totally not how I expected it to be. I guess I should have put 2 and 2 together when I was standing in line and they had sent the ride off by itself two times to check if it was 'safe enough'. It was safe alright, but all the spinning and going upside down didn't make my experience as pleasant as I would have hoped it would be.

Alice's Curious Labyrinth- I was soo excited to go there since I love, love, love Alice in Wonderland! I talk about more of my love for Alice in Wonderland in this blogpost

This was an indoor boat ride which was basically showing different kinds of people around the world. This is the only ride I remember from when we went to Disneyland agees ago and we ended up going on the ride around 3 times at that time because of how much we enjoyed it.

There was also a Frozen sing-a-long and it honestly felt like being back at school and everyone sitting in the assembly room. But obviously it was A LOT better because there were actors and singers and everyone from the audience was singing along too! They even released fake snow at some point which was pretty AMAZING.

Then there was the parade! Pretty much all of the Disney characters came down the long winding road. It was definitely worth the 30-40 minute wait.

All of the characters engaged with the audience really well :)

Mickey's dressing room

There's normally a firework display at the end of the day and we thought it would start at 10pm but it turned out that it was starting at 11pm. From researching online beforehand (basically watching Disneyland vlogs aha),  we saw that people normally start reserving their spaces 2 hours before, 2 HOURS! and it wasn't sitting down, we were all standing around. But once the firework display actually started, we realised it was definitely worth the wait.

At some point, they were projecting a few villain scenes from various Disney movies and they shot fire up into the sky to further portray that. We weren't standing that close to the castle yet we honestly felt the fire like it was right next to us.

Colossians 3:23


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