I have posted before about the talented Jessy, the brains and beauty behind Molten Store. If you haven’t had the chance to check it out yet, Molten Store was launched earlier this year and stands out in the online market place for its perfectly curated collection of jewellery, bags and curiosities, being the ideal location for a gift for the friend who has everything (or of course to pick up something a little special for yourself).
I know I talk quite a bit about my amazing friends and their latest projects, but I feel so blessed to be surrounded by such talented and inspiring people and really love sharing with my readers, especially when they are involved in something that you may also be interested in.
When I first met Jessy I was not only amazed by her impeccable sense of style, but also inspired by her creativity and passion for each and every thing that was discussed. All of that was on top of her being such a fun and like-able person that I felt like I clicked with instantly.
Sorry that things have been a little quiet around here. With the floods, moving house, and having no internet, blogging has taken a bit of a back seat, especially since all the things I blog about seem so mundane when considering that so many people in my city have lost so much.
Also, with our fridge being stuck in our 3rd floor apartment (that has no power), and the fresh produce being either expensive or hard to come by, I haven’t really been trying anything new in the kitchen either.
After all my luck in blog competitions lately, I figure it is time to give a little something back to my wonderful readers and friends who have supported and encouraged me with each and every view, tweet and comment.
I walked past the newsagent the other day to try to get some old newspapers to help with packing our house up, when what did I spy… a couple of the highly sought after Frankie 2011 diaries (that seem to be sold out everywhere online).