Easy to make me happy

My ideal weekend is one where I’m left alone to read and devour magazines, hang around in my dressing gown all day and eat student food ie. pasta with frankfurters.

I read an interview recently with a young writer, Rachel Thorpe, who said something that made me thankful I wasn’t the only one out there with quirky hobbies.

Q: As a child what did you want to be when you grew up?
A: I have always wanted to write. When I was about eight years old I obsessively collected newspaper cuttings of interesting stories and beautiful images, a habit that has stayed with me.

Indeed, my scissors are always at hand.

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