Click Here “So come with me where dreams are born and time is never planned. Just think of happy things and your heart will fly on wings forever in never never land” – J.M Barrie
where to buy priligy in the philippines Growing up, Peter Pan was my absolute favourite film to watch and even to this day, I am still so in love with this fairytale and the message and feelings it evokes. It is a classic, remaining forever timeless as it continues, no doubt, to transcend through generation after generation. It allows us, if only for a minute, a moment of pure escapism – which I certainly think we could all do with at some point.
Strolling through Hyde Park on a particularly cold morning, we stumbled across this statue of Peter Pan and I must admit, although I had seen pictures – I’d completely forgotten it had been placed here, in the heart of London. Although simple and located beside a small pathway overlooking the Thames, it still resonates that this story (despite being wonderfully fictional) has created such passion and enough sentiment that it deserves a spot right in the heart of the capital for people all over the world to see.
A morning stroll through London – on a particularly cold day – calls for a fairly simple, comfy outfit and messy bun. I love layers on a day like this with mixed neutrals. I’ve had this coat, once upon a time from H&M, for quite a few years now but it’s lasted me so well. Paired with a simple white tee from Zara and a baggy grey cardigan I recently picked up from TK Maxx and this is definitely the epitome of a comfy outfit for me. For a bit of interesting detail, I wore this long gold tassel chain that I actually saw in Tesco the other day whilst doing the weekly shop. It’s something so different, looks great with a long cardigan and I picked it up for a mere £3 – I just love finds like this!