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My Week #9 (December 29-January 4, 2015)



This week might visibly look quite dull and boring (based on the Filofax pages), but I can assure you that my week has been quite the opposite!

It was our first full day in Boston and after waking incredibly early, we headed to Bostom Common to start the Freedom Trail! In the afternoon, my sister and I went shopping. {I will be writing a complete post on my adventures in Boston very soon}

We climbed Bunker Hill and visited the Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum. We also did some more shopping!/home/wpcom/public_html/wp-content/blogs.dir/0ab/62003375/files/2015/01/img_9842.jpg

New Year’s Eve…We went to Concord and visited Louisa May Alcott’s home. We had some lunch in a lovely Italian restaurant before going back to the hotel. We then watched the 7pm fireworks on the Common, and at midnight, I went to see the fireworks across the harbour./home/wpcom/public_html/wp-content/blogs.dir/0ab/62003375/files/2015/01/img_9910.jpg

New Year’s Day – hellooo 2015! After dragging myself out of bed, we took the T subway to Harvard and looked around the university. We then went to the Museum of Science before setting off for the airport.


science museum

Back in England and home at last. Still running on American time – I spent the day watching films and then falling asleep in the afternoon. Yup, I was that exhausted. But I was also planning some posts…


anyone excited for my shopping spree?

Woke up at lunchtime (yay for my body clock!) – I started on the massive amount of homework I have. I also went the town and bought a new journal./home/wpcom/public_html/wp-content/blogs.dir/0ab/62003375/files/2015/01/img_0083.jpg

Woke up later than I intended to (again) and spent the afternoon procrastinating and also doing more homework. I still have loooads left but oh well. I think I need school to actually start before I’m motivated to do some work.

Stay tuned for a post on my trip to Boston – follow me on bloglovin’!

How was your week?

Peace and love,
Viola xo


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