Firstly, I have to apologize for being MIA in the blogging world for the past few days. Mostly because I was busy, partly because it scared me a little to receive so many comments for my last post.
What?! Scared?! What you on about girl?!
Yes I know it’s a good sign that people like it – but now I can’t help but hope my next post measures up! You know I like to give you my best (and not the fluff and lint in my pockets).
So here’s me going to lunch the other day at Wagamama. Again. Despite almost never wanting to step into the restaurant in the first place. But today was a momentous time in visits-to-Wagamama-history to be commemorated because I found THE dish that I will be ordering every single time I come here.
We had ebi gyoza to start.
Then fried rice, which they decide to confuse us with by calling it Cha Han.
And I had the Yasai Itame – flat noodles in a spicy coconut and lemongrass soup topped with fried tofu. I’m going to have this again every single time. It was delicious. So appetizing and I could easily eat ten bowls.
If only I had ten stomachs.
What does peachy pink have to do with Wagamama? It’s a soft romantic colour that I love and wore.
From top to toe.
Just kidding, not really.
And yes, I’ve shown this waistcoat many times, but I still love it. It’s from Zara. I’m starting to see it goes with almost anything! You can see close up details of it here.
Just so you can see the bit of lace, which I think adds to its softness and romantic-ness to the top.
And of course, not forgetting my “trademark” photo of my accessories. Don’t you just love it? If not the necklace, at least the photo? If neither, then ummm, well, hmmm, I guess, well…I’ll be ok.
Oh and I just wanted to say for any bloggers out there, if you want your photo to appear next to your comment, go to http://www.gravatar.com and sign up for free. So if you comment on any type of website, your photo will always appear. In that way you’ll get more exposure for your blog. Also, some of your comments have gone into spam (which I get A LOT of) and often it’s because of links within the comment. Typing your blog address into the “Website” box automatically creates a link with the name you provide and would avoid this happening. So I’m really sorry if you commented and it never showed up. I try to catch it as much as possible though! The software is not always accurate!
Have a most wonderful weekend!
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