The whole album is streaming on spotify, or here is their first single (and it’s a cracker and I’m a little obsessed)
I don’t think it’s a secret that I adore Death Cab for Cutie and in particular Ben Gibbard’s voice. It therefore follows that I adore The Postal Service.
And I also adore the Shins doing covers of The Postal Service.
Here’s the spotify link.
And here’s the best fan made video I could find. (trust me when I say even though this is very literal, it’s not the most literal one out there).
And the original radio edit
But that was just why I wanted.
I rediscovered Enid Blyton and spent Saturday reading the entire St Clare’s series.
As a result, smashing and cracking as adjectives have crept into my vocabulary.
I also watched this wonderful famous five parody.
I rediscovered tumblr thanks to the new iPhone app. Hello wasted hour’s of looking at doctor who tags.
find me here
I also finished my first item for my etsy store!!!
That’s the really exciting one.
I also failed at making a sponge cake. I turned it out and it was still liquid in the middle even though it was brown on the outside. It got tipped back into the pan and back into the oven. Needless to say it was very flat.
Even the whipped cream on top didn’t whip.
But they say practice makes perfect. I may just try again.
I haven’t fallen for a band this hard for a long time.
The whole album has been on repeat for the last two weeks, which made it really difficult to pick a favourite.
I have a giant musical crush on this song.
Well this is my first passion pop Wednesday song of the week courtesy of Spotify.
It’s been just over 2 weeks since its been in Australia and I’m definitely in a honeymoon phase.
I love being able to check out a review in Xpress mag, get out my mobile and listen to it.
This track has been stuck in my head most of the week.
Thank you spotify.
Well I don’t carry a handbag. I’m a bit of a minimalist when it comes to going places.
I have a collection of totes from various gigs or online purchases, but if I’m just going to the pub, or out for an evening all I want is cash, cards, phone, keys, and lipbalm.
I’ve spend ages trying to find the perfect way to do this, and I think I’m pretty close.
Kitsch Devine make this gorgeous wallet.
It’s a fabric wallet, and I really want this cat print one!
But I am so happy with mine.
So here’s what I carry everywhere…
Obviously my phone is conspicuously absent – but it fits in their perfectly, even with a case on. So many iphone wallets fit an iphone but only if they dont have a case.
This one fits my phone whether it’s wearing polka-dots, flowers, or the little mermaid (I have a mild iphone case obsession).
Lip balm is essential. Chapstick is always on sale so I usually have dozens of them but can never find one when I need one.
Endless receipts. I don’t know why I keep receipts as I tend to do my account keeping using my bank statements, but I still always end up with receipts.
Emergency panty liner. Learnt from experience.
Cards. The usual drivers licence, bank card, medicare card.
Special cards include my RTR fm subscribers card, spotlight card, and entertainment book card. Yay for discounts!
Business cards. Does anyone else have business cards for their blog? I find they’re really useful when I want to give someone my details, but I don’t want to give them my mobile number. Instead they have my url, email, and twitter handle. I always have a few handy.
Post It Notes. Because they’re really useful.
The heart shaped carabina is there because I sometimes attach my keys to it. It’s not the best solution, but it works.
Noticeably absent –
Bobby pins, usually I have a few tucked away in my wallet.
Money, I’m hopeless when it comes to keeping cash
Pen, I’m probably being optimistic, but I think having a pen tucked in there would be really useful.
So there you go. A little insight into my essentials.
(And check out Kitsch Designs – there’s so many cute things)
This is a picture heavy post.
Can you tell I’m missing being on holidays??
These are adventures at Ford House (which i thought was a little overrated, but everyone else oohed and aahed over everything. I thought the grounds were really pretty and went to town with hipstamatic).
There’s also the caravan covered in newspaper print that was camped next to us.
And the fish pie from the Cidery. We had a pretty awesome taste of some ciders (they make them all on site), and some handcrafted beers (which were yummy) before a tasting plate and a main meal. Their salmon pate was divine. By the end we were liking it with our fingers.
Really missing camping now.