Hi ! I’m Tania.
I have been alive for 21 years now, I am a bilingual baby.
My mum is French and my dad is English,
which means I cook with a lot of garlic, drink tea all day long, have
an obsession for cheese and fashion.
I don’t eat snails or frog legs, if
you were wondering, and no I don’t have hairy armpits.
I am an animal lover, I grew up
surrounded by them. Horses, dogs, cats, guinea pigs, rabbits,
chickens, sheep, goats… you name it.
In 2009 I had the great idea to
start a law degree, only to discover that I am not meant to be a lawyer. Because I am a little crazy and really didn’t know what to do, I made the decision to stick to it and finish my degree. Now I am a recovering law graduate in search of new adventures.
I am in the process of discovering what
my next chapter will be. I have a feeling it won’t involve statute
books and various Acts of Parliament, but probably a few pencils, a
notepad and my imagination.
I have been playing with the idea of
becoming an Interior Designer. But who knows what the future holds?
I like hot chocolate a lot.
over-think most of the time.
I like the smell of old books.
I wish I was
a little bit more organised.
My brain sometimes gets confused as to what language to dream in.
I am indecisive when it comes to what
sandwich to buy for lunch or what to do in life.
I have lived in England for the past 3 years, I moved back to France for the summer (12′) after graduation, and moved out again back into London where I am right now, having the time of my life (and may or may not be looking for a job!)
I have the best little sister in the world called Elisa, Lizzie to me. The best friends a girl could ask for. (One of them being Alice – She’s a mermaid in her spare time)
These days you are most likely to find
me in Southern France, sipping on English tea, maybe running around with one of my dogs/cats/chickens/horses/cats. In the kitchen baking cupcakes or some French goods. Or maybe on a horse ridding along the countryside.
Or maybe in London somewhere, eating scones and sipping on some delicious tea (again), on the lookout for some hidden little antique shops, maybe betraying my tea for some hot chocolate goodness, in a park getting some fresh air, with my camera in hand photographing everything and anything or just baking again (doesn’t matter what country I’m in..)
This blog is my journal, I like to keep
track of all the little things, as well as the big ones. I post about
pretty things, yummy things, and (sometimes) funny things.
I am stunned and so grateful that you
read all of this. I hope you stay awhile!