Wednesday, 12 October 2011

These are the times we will remember...

There is no greater pleasure, than spending time with some of your best friends and I was lucky enough to do this last weekend. I am lucky enough to have a close-knit group of friends at home (who I have known for years) and we are all still very close despite being scattered across the country and when we meet up, it is as if we have never been apart. I can honestly say that food, drink and plenty of fun with your best friends is just what the doctor ordered...

Pete...
The gorgeous Sophie and myself...

Purple rain cocktails... heaven in a glass...

... and when it's 2 pitchers for £10, how can you resist?!

Mike and Pete...

I <3 you cheesy garlic bread...

New bobble hat <3

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I don't think Mark is impressed by my new found love...

If I could fit on this changing stand without breaking it, I have to ask HOW BIG ARE BABIES NOWADAYS?! 

I was the victim of a  hat mugging :(
I have a full outfit post to come but I just wanted to say thank you to my friends, who never fail to put a smile on my face <3

How do you relax? Do you have a close knit group of friends?
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10 comments

Caroline said...

Looks like such a fun weekend, cocktails and garlic bread, you can't go wrong! x

Peacock's Hat said...

Ah the joys of Spoons and their cocktail pitchers! It makes me long to go back to uni. Also, is that the joyous Worchester Foregate St station?!

♥ Sadie ♥ said...

Lovely photos :) xx

Sherin said...

I love hanging with old friends! Looks like you guys had so much fun.

misspond said...

You can never beat a weekend of catching up over drinks and food :)

P.S. That totally looks like you were in the Postal Order, followed by Foregate St station! (I'm no stalker, promise, I just live in Worcester!) Lol.

Welcome said...

To those that asked - yes it was the Postal Order nr Foregate St station. Tis a dirty old mans pub but it's the cheapest in Worcester and the bar staff are usually a laugh (except when you do arm wrestling and they kick you out)!

Had a lovely time. Have to say my close-knit group are those in the pics - I am Sophie lol! Have another group at uni whom I'm in touch with and hopefully will meet up with for graduation.

:D xxx

Eloise said...

aw it's great that you've managed to stay close with your old friends. it's so difficult after everyone moves off to uni/gets jobs/moves in with boyfriends/ etc.
I moved back to my old home town last year and have only made contact with 2 people I used to know, a bit bad on my part but it's also nice making new friends!
x

claire (jazzpad.) said...

Such a heartwarming post :) I love my schoolmates, we're still pretty close but it's just a shame we don't see each other very often. I suppose, like you lot, it's a test of true friendship that you still stay close :) ♥ Claire @ Jazzpad

Hazzelnut said...

That looks like so much fun, and it really reminded me of when I go home, when I met up with old friends it's like I never left. Such a great feeling...you've made me miss them now! haha

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