Monthly Archives: February 2014
Look what I found on Etsy! Nice, right? It’s handmade and is priced at $140. The seller, GoingUnderground, specializes in subway art prints that pay homage to cities around the world and they ship worldwide.
They also offer these – so you can select the Tube stations that mean the most to you:
How was your Superbowl Sunday? We went to a Superbowl party at a friend’s house this year and filled up on snacks, beers and actually watched some of the game for the first time in years (too bad that it wasn’t actually an exciting or remotely close game! At least there was this advert and Bruno Mars and those bright, colorful uniforms to focus on.)
Anyway, for those American football agnostics in the room, I saw this and had to share!
At long last, after a record drought in Sacramento, we’re finally getting some rain.
Not rain like the U.K. has gotten rain all winter long, mind you, but at least it’s a start. And on that note, Ruby posted this delightful video of Paddington Bear “Singing in the Rain,” following my post last week about Gap’s Paddington Bear line. Enjoy!