Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Thing #54: Drink Champagne to celebrate nothing

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Pop the champagne and make it rain!  There was nothing to celebrate, I just always wanted to say that.

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Photos by Lucy Jones

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14 comments:

Susannah said...

Champaigne is definitely not just for celebrations. :-)

danniekate said...

i love this! always time for some bubbly xx

Krystal said...

yah i don't need an excuse for some bubbly :)

Erin said...

So glamorous! Life is always better with a glass of bubbly. And I love your bangs and nail polish.

Erica said...

Wooohooo! Congrats! ;)

aveganja said...

nice photos!

Sagebrush Gazette said...

I like the way you think, lady! Nothing like a good glass of champagne whenever you get the urge. Just recently went on a morning jog with a friend, picked up champagne at a grocery store as we were nearing the end of our run, and made mimosas first thing upin returning. Nothing better!

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fluff and fripperies said...

I'll drink to that! The boy and I actually went through a very decadent phase where we used to drink champagne when we ordered a curry - we read somewhere it was the perfect pairing. We eat a lot of curry though...

Ashley said...

Oh heck yes! This is the best.

Been meaning to tell you that I'm loving the fringe ;)

Diana Mieczan said...

Ha! Sounds wonderful and I just might do that tonight...just because:) Thanks for that, lovely. xoxo

Gloria said...

This is something I can definitely support :-) Pop those bottles!

Laura Bear said...

MMmm... never need an excuse! Love these pics!

Laura said...

I love where your head's at! Champagne is so yummy, special occasion or no special occasion. xoxo

little t said...

Ha, I didn't know that Emma but I'm all too fond of the pizza and beer thing!

Thank you Erin and Ashley... I got my fringe cut back in the day after my sister's wedding (I was bridesmaid and had decided on no fringe for the big day). I had an Italian man cut it in while we were still in Sicily. I motioned the instructions using only hand gestures and facial expressions. I wanted my fringe back sooooo much I couldn't even wait to be back to Ireland!