16 October 2008

161008 - 11 Things


Compassionately left to stand?

I was lucky enough to be tagged by the lovely ladies over at we wear things for the 11 Things Tag, which I thought would be nice to share with all of you :)

1. Clothes Shop - anywhere really, I always have a specific item and look in mind, and I will literally walk in and out of every store to find it. However I usually get the 'feel' for a men's section by just walking in, so often end up turning around and walking straight back out!

2. Furniture Shop - antique and secondhand shops, I am still on the lookout for the perfectly worn in brown leather sofa. I have a dislike for matching furniture and 3 piece sofa suites, I like my furniture to have a mix of function and character, rather than simply 'fitting in' with a colour scheme or design theme.

3. Sweet - lollipops and anything strawberry!

4. City - 'maybe it's because I'm a Londoner, that I love London town'. Otherwise Damascus in Syria, one of the oldest continually lived in cities in the world. It is stunningly beautiful and has a wonderful and illustrious history, which is visible in the 1km long market set up in Roman ruins, lying opposite a medieval Islamic palace and next to a 19th Century French fortress!

5. Drink - tea (two sugars please), of any kind but especially proper South Asian chai.

6. Music



7. TV Series - too many to name, seriously!

8. Film - Chocolat or Spy Game.

9. Workout - running, especially early mornings. I love running when most people are still sleeping, that time of day is magical, the air feels wonderful even in the inner city!

10. Pastries - gingerbread, apple crumble with cream, and breakfast croissants.

11. Coffee - double chocolate latte with a shot of vanilla and extra cream.

And because I enjoyed this tag I shall be tagging every single person to read this post...yes, that includes you dear.

Currently playing: 23 - Jimmy Eat World

xxxx

23 comments:

  1. now i really want to go to damascus! my yoga teacher would say early morning hours are the best - most fresh oxygen in the air!

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  2. yay!! so glad you did our tag! and yay to Jimmy Eat World and gingerbread!

    -issa

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  3. wow...running so early in the morning while I am stil zzzz...
    Good for you dear! ;)

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  4. You've got quite a sweet tooth, DK. I love running in the early morning, too.

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  5. eh... i'm boring... i like my coffee black :( lol

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  6. Just being outside that early in the morning and observing the world then is beautiful. The light is different and your senses seem so much more heightened.

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  7. workout - i love running too. that moment of time when no one is up and your doing your body a favour feels great. i should do it more haha!

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  8. well well
    now with your (albeit) indirect tag that makes for three people tagging me to do this, I am still hesitant.
    I don't know, exposing my fav coffee on the internet? there's some sickos out there.
    Love that you love furniture stores.

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  9. you mention that double chocolate latte I was just so sure it was going to have vodka in it..hehheee...

    That is really an unusual photo by the way. I had think what it was for a bit.

    Have a good weekend.

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  10. Woooah scary. How does this tagging thing work? Good night Dapper!:D

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  11. I just took a photo similar to that tree one....it's not on my blog yet but look out for it hehe! :)

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  12. wow i want to go to syria now.

    and what the heck is that deportee song LOL!!!

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  13. I'm diggin' your blog. When you get a chance, check mine out and if you'd like to submit some pics, i'd love to have you on mine. www.swagger360.blogspot.com

    guerre

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  14. Ah, nice to know you that little bit more. What an interesting and very specific coffee choice. My own is: Soy chai latte with a shot of espresso and chocolate ontop. Weird and actually quite scrumptious. Next time i hit the cafe i'll be sure to try out some of yours!

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  15. You've got a bit of sweet tooth. :)

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  16. i've been trying to start running for 3 years now and no result :(
    how do you wake up early and more importantly how can you manage to stay awake after finally getting up :)
    i'm desperately looking for some tips because i seriously have to stop being late to early classes :)

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  17. 11. Coffee - double chocolate latte with a shot of vanilla and extra cream

    !!!

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  18. lmao!! i love ur music! hehehe... its my first time hearing it.and im laughing so hard my head might explode...

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  19. Haha, very clever. Now I have to do this tag...

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  20. I love these posts....I've also tagged u x

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