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And That's Half Way!


So we've reached the middle of the year and I can't believe how fast the time has flown! It's June and yet I still remember playing with my gorgeous little cousin for his first Christmas.

As with every year, it's been a time of lessons learnt. All things which first seemed cruel and hurtful, have been good things because I truly feel it's better to see peoples true colours than to carry on thinking said people are good people. Gone are the false accusations with a seeming intent to bring me down, gone are the part time friends, and gone are the abandoners. These are good things and I'm thrilled to be rid of it. In fact, excuse me while I rock-out to Paramore in a song that I think is most appropriate:


But what do I have left? What I have left [and I know I say this an awful lot] are quite simply the very best friends a girl could ever ask for. Wonderful people full of love, positivity, fun, intelligence, encouragement, loyalty and a caring nature. I've also met some new wonderful people who are all kinds of awesome! I'm genuinely the happiest I've been in a while because I have nothing but good people in my life, filling my world with utter joy. I can't thank them enough.

As for my blog, well my blog is still going strong and I'm feeling more confident within my blogging abilities and myself. I like the fact that there's room for improvement as I always want to strive for better, and my 2nd blog birthday is on the horizon (I have a special surprise for that too!). The blog has also seen awesome times in relation to outfits so I thought I would do a montage [even Rocky had a montage, right?! ;)]. Below are some of my favourite outfits for the first half of the year:

So that's the first half of the year out of the way. I'm so excited to see what the second half has in store for me - hope you come along for the ride!

'til next time.

Love and hugs,
Isha
xxx

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