You guys, N and I have something exciting planned for the end of this month and I can’t wait to tell you about it in a few days. This weekend I have seriously ambitious plans to try making dessert, eat a questionable amount of gummy bears, and get started on The Body Book by Cameron Diaz (I bought this two years ago, lulz). I opened the book at random to get a shot of it and this was one of the highlights on that page: “Somewhere along the way, we started to believe that that the less we had to use our bodies to labor, and the more leisure we had in our lives, the better our lives were.” I have a feeling this is going to be a good read.
Cookies from Tehzeeb in Islamabad that my cousin brought over this week on his trip to Dubai.
Broke into a new perfume this week. I only wear men’s perfumes, that too the ones N gets at work, so pretty much all I know about them is nothing. Yup.
Got all these bottles of raw, unadulterated, unheated and preservative free honey from Karachi a few days ago and I’m literally dancing (no, really). Just in case you missed it, I’ve become a giant fan (borderline groupie) of natural products, particularly honey so this shipment is almost like receiving a bag of hundreds of overexcited, very happy puppies (almost). The ones I got were: Acacia, Sidr, Ajwain, Citrus and Neem. It tastes delicious and you can get yourself some by going to Masna un Nehel‘s Facebook page and asking them to deliver it to you. Don’t buy the regular, typical presents – gift a jar of such pure honey to someone you love (and to me, if you feel like it). Prices for the 140g jars range between PKR 90 – 280. Uff, please gift this to someone (I feel so much about this as you can see).
Have a great weekend, guys.