So as you guys probably guessed from my last post I haven't been using my SLR quite as much as usual lately. It is still having some problems with the shutter but none of the camera shops I have visited have been able to help. Damn Canon. I have been making a little bit of an effort to be more active on social media lately recently, what with my lack of activity here, and that has led to a bit of an Instagram addiction. I'm not quite living my life through my phone but it's a close call. I just find it infinitely more fun to use than Twitter, which I always seem to be complaining on, or Facebook which I have so far kept pretty private. We bloggers tend to be voyeurs to a certain extent and I love getting glimpses into other people's day as well as saving my own moments for prosperity. It's been said a thousand times before but in this digital age so few of my photos ever see the light of day. Instagram is a great excuse to share photos that, let's be honest, probably wouldn't make it out into the world otherwise.
Oh wait, I vaguely recognise this place - it's my blog!
So you may have noticed it's been a bit quiet around here for the last few weeks, if you follow me on Twitter or Instagram you will know our move went really well. We still haven't quite finished unpacking all our little bits and bobs but the majority of it is done and I am really enjoying being settled into our new place. It is amazing how fast this little flat has become home! I'm hoping to get it tidy and pretty enough to show you all in the next few weeks but at the moment it's still a bit chaotic. I never realised how much stuff LF and I had managed to collect until we had to pack it up and move it all. I'm terrified to think how much will appear now that we have a whole flat to fill!
Now that everything has calmed down a little bit and we've got our internet installed I really want to try and get back into blogging so I thought I would dip my toe in and share some photos of our last few days at the old flat and some bits and pieces from after we moved. Looking back I can't imagine how we managed nearly a year and a half in that dirty, dusty flat! I definitely feel like we are moving onwards and upwards.