Sunday, 25 November 2012

Lazy Sunday Links

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1. Brie and Cranberry is my favourite sandwich ever. Well maybe only rivalled by avocado and cream cheese 2. THse scarves are stunning 3. one beautiful lookbook 4. after another 5. Haleigh's life is very picturesque 6. An amazing photoshoot

How was your week? I had a pretty busy one - work bowling on tuesday (I came last but my teammate Max came first so overall we came first as a team! Woop!), Sushi on Thursday with James (more on that next week!) and then mexican on Friday with Reda. 

On Saturday my mum and I attended a demo to try and save the A&E and Maternity ward at Lewisham Hospital which are due to be closed. I've lived in Lewisham nearly all my life, and I don't know anyone round here who hasn't needed to go to the A&E at some point, and in my experience the help I've received has always been great. It was wet and cold but there was an amazing turn out for the demo - with estimates that 15,000 people turned up! I really hope it shows how important the A&E is to all of us locals, as without it there will be just one A&E for 750,000 people in south east London.

9 comments:

Maria Fallon said...

Brie and cranberry is an amazing combination!

Maria xxx

Katie Frank said...

forth link *.* <3
http://coeursdefoxes.blogspot.com/

Emsipop said...

Mmmm brie! I do hope the demonstration pays off =) xx

Sherin said...

Those scarves look amazing.
Hope you manage to save your A&E. We had the same issue with ours but the demo managed to save it.

Vicki said...

hey harriet love your new blog layout and your header is fab! :) xo

Milex said...

I am so imrpessed.

Annie said...

those scarves are beautiful! Glad to hear the protest went well - the amount of suggested A&E closures in london is pretty scary! X

The Postcolonial Rabbit said...

Small world Harriet! My sister was at the demo too! She's a doctor and has done most of her training at Lewisham (including A&E) and she also had to be admitted to A&E there twice over the last year. I know how amazing the staff are there personally from when she was very ill last year. I think it'd be a travesty if it was shut. But what an amazing turnout! Fingers crossed they do the right thing thanks to people like you and your mum getting involved.

Steph said...

Way to stand up for what's important to you!