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Delightful little things

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Delightful Little Things | Chiaki Creates chiakicreates.comA list to celebrate the delightful little things in my life.

○ Receiving an ornamental pineapple from my now former manager on Christmas Eve.

○ Talking to my brother on the phone.

○ Watching true crime documentaries, such as Making a Murderer, in bed.

○ Having Christmas dinner with work at a vegetarian restaurant.

○ Receiving makeup and a crescent moon necklace in the post from my dear Geenie.

○ Having friends over for dinner on Boxing Day.

○ Reading A is for Arsenic: The Poisons of Agatha Christie by Kathryn Harkup.

○ Binge watching The Bridge.

○ Having dinner with friends at an Indian restaurant on a Sunday night.

○ Finding 20 quid in the street.

○ Taking essential oil baths in candlelight while listening to Nine Inch Nails’ Ghosts I-IV.

○ Having a drink with a colleague at the friendliest gay bar on a Friday night.

○ Watching And Then There Were None snuggled up on the sofa under a blanket.

○ Making pancakes with lemon and agave nectar on Christmas Day.

○ Buying a blue mimosa patterned Boden dress for a fifth of the RRP.

○ Having lunch with work at a vegetarian café on Christmas Eve.

○ Going for walks along the seafront while listening to podcasts.

What delightful little things have happened in your life lately?

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