I’m back and happier than I’ve ever been :)

Hi everyone 🙂

I’ve been back home for over a week now from my amazing trip in Vietnam. I had the most incredible time there, seeing different parts of the country (Halong Bay, Sapa, Hoi An, Danang, Ninh Binh), and living in Hanoi. I met some of the most special people I’ve ever met and made friends for life. My volunteer project with the kids at Hope Center was so wonderful and rewarding. I miss the children so much, I became incredibly attached to them and will always remember them.

Here’s a small selection of photos from my trip:

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I got a couple of tattoos, and one is for them:


It means Hope in vietnamese 🙂

My other tattoo, which symbolises new growth/beginnings and becoming who I am meant to be. Which really began for me in Vietnam. I am feeling like I am on the right path to becoming who I am meant to be.


Going to Vietnam is the best decision I have ever made for a lot of reasons, but for one in particular. Because it lead me to him.This wonderful boy who lives in England and is making me the happiest I have ever been. We had a kind of instant connection when we met in Hanoi and have since been getting closer and closer despite the distance between us.

I have met the one. He is incredible and makes me all warm and happy and excited for our future together. I adore him. So I wanted to shout it out into the blogsphere here and tell everyone how happy happy happy I am. And he will read this because he reads my blog and I know this ridiculous blog post will make him smile as big as mine is writing it. Ben, you make me lovely.

So, the last few months couple months have been magical and the best thing that has ever happened to me 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

Soon I will be back to posting my reviews and getting my challenge completed!

Next book I’m reviewing will be My Heart and Other Black Holes by Jasmine Warga, followed by The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom and the sequel to Richard Adams’ Watership Down. 


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