Monday, January 7, 2008

Charms of Brighton

Ah. How I love this place... am feeling more and more like myself again and thank the lord I got out of Montreal when I did - was on the verge of a burnout and too tired to even acknowledge it. And to think I even had a panic attack the day before flying over - wow. What the hell was I afraid of? Vegas is my life and soul... I should have known better. *blush*

Yesterday we had lunch in a cozy pub with a couple of his friends (who are adorable btw) and then walked through the laines and down to the beach, cloudy wet weather and all - funny how we wake up to sun and then need umbrellas. Hrmph.

Evenings are spent chatting, playing yahtzee (fuck I'm not lucky with dice) and drinking wine, and every hour that goes by I am amazed by Vegas... I had to learn to let go and just embrace this love in its perfection and to stop doubting that it can be this easy. This isn't a passing thing, this is for life.

*deep breath*

Erm, so, well! I've tried to capture some of the Brighton charms, hope you enjoy. More pics to follow soon :-) PS: click on any photo to get a bigger view!


Dolce said...

Your pictures are AMAZING! I've always wanted to go to England and this makes me want to buy a plane ticket immediately! I'm so glad you're having the time of your life. I can't wait to see more!

Prin said...

Awesome pics. :)

As for the rest...

I'm not jealous. I'm not jealous. I'm not jealous. I'm not jealous. lol I'll keep telling myself that. :D

Katana said...

beautiful pictures!!! Like, truly! But those town houses look so small!

TeriM said...

Awesome pictures! I'm glad you are having such a great time :).

Technodoll said...

Dolce, if only a few photos could do it justice... mind you, the south-east part of the UK is the best bit in terms of culture, food and people - so I'm not sure this is really representative but anyways, do get that plane ticket, LOL!

Prin, c'mon! Who wanted snow? who? who? *grin* More photos to come tomorrow, or you can go check them out on facebook :-)

Katana, everything is super-crowded here (as is most of Europe) - but oh, the charm is so worth it.

Teri, thank you! I can't bear to think of going home in a few days. *bursts into tears*