As promised, here is part 2 of my London photo diary from my many jaunts down there over the last few months. They make me slightly sad to look back on, as I’m missing the bright lights so much at the moment while stuck in my little Northern city, but it is at the end of the day home, and maybe one day when I’m living in London I’ll be looking back with nostalgia on the photos of home, just wanting a Christmas back in Chester.
I wanted to make another trip down before Christmas, but my bank balance is not in the healthiest state right now, and with Christmas shopping still to do I don’t know if I can justify spending so much money on train fares!
Most of these photos were taken inside Liberty when I visited with my friend Mel – I’d never been able to look inside there properly before having only made one flying visit in the past, and this time they had opened their Christmas store so of course we couldn’t not go and have a look! It was honestly so amazing and smelt absolutely divine! All spices and winter fruits and with the Christmas carols piping through the store and everywhere being so glittery I got far too overexcited and bought a vast quantity of decorations. But how could I not?
Have you seen the Liberty Christmas store yet? And has anyone else noticed how many times I’ve used the word ‘Christmas’ in this post?! Ridiculous.