My favourite things

Posted by Claudia Moser on 8:45 PM in ,

Sometime ago I posted a list of my favourite things, which included some of my ideas then, nevertheless the list changes each day right?

So here we go, my answer to this week's BFF challenge:

- Favourite jewerly: silvery ones, I cannot wear gold, feel unconfortable
- Favourite drink: you should know by know, come on it is .... coffee, right :)
- Favourite colour: blue, which as per many beliefs brings peace, or keeps the bad spirits away
- Favourite make up product: mascara
- Favourite past time with friends: cook dinner and share it!-
- Favourite scent: lavender
- Favourite series: Murder she wrote, love Jessica's character

I cannot wait to read everyone's else entries, should be fun!

Have a great Monday evening!



I always enjoy reading these personal snippets. Yes, I did remember your love affair with coffee :)

I liked Murder She Wrote too. Mascara is my favorite too, it is all you really need!

LOL...I think coffee is at the top of many lists of favorite things...

Great list! Coffee, yep that's one of mine, too.

Anonymous says:

Awesome Favorites.

@Desiree - hard to forget the coffee part right?
@Belle - Jessica is great isn't she? And yes mascara is all you need!
@Darlene - true true, got me!
@Jo - it should be :)
@Miss Ashley - thank you!

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