C’est Moi

Things I ♥

Music. Coffee. Public transport. Greeting cards. Libraries. Writing.  Dark nail polish. Minty things. Cheap jewelry. Cats. Ghost stories. Pirates. Unicorns. Musicals. London. Giant tortoises. Cooking. Cooking shows. Dinosaurs. Festivals. Cider. Long weekends. Dorothy Parker. Theatres.  Vintage art deco travel posters. Melrose & Morgan. Books. Bookshops. Pyjamas.  The beach. Sharks. Snakes. Crocodiles. Victoria & Albert Museum. Natural History Museum. Tate Modern. Chewing gum.  Chuck Taylors. Magazines. Markets. Castles. Crimped hair. Road trips. Scotland. Australia. Tea. Making cupcakes. Eating cupcakes. NW3. Regent’s Park Road. Primrose Hill. Marks & Spencer. Snow. Marrakech. Fresh rosemary. Cheese. Karl Pilkington. Travelling. Airports. Long train journeys.

13 responses to “C’est Moi

  1. Hi Digressica,
    Love your blog – found it when searching for London based bloggers who love it too. You might like our site (or you might not) where you can get your own NW1 or NW anything t-shirt, hoodie or vest. I’m a W12 girl, but what can I say..
    x Rachel

  2. Love the blog Jessica. Added on Twitter! -V

  3. Ghetto cries recalling her long lost ozzie blogger roomie. (Check out all those ‘o’s!) Love the youtube inserts, since you’ve gone, i dont get to see these funny random things! I just serf the net looking for a digressica blog to keep me going….

  4. Hey Jess,

    Lesbian the Blog…. Lets see how it holds up to a Solar Storm in 2012/2013….

    Keep up the great work.


  5. mike anderiesz

    Oi you – stop following me on Twitter – it’s perverse!

    I like the eye-patch, BTW How the hell are you anyway?


    • Hello stranger! I purposely hunted you down on Twitter recently (I knew any self-respecting tech blogger would have a Twitter account) because I was listening to The Divine Comedy and thought of you. I am a major Neil Hannon fan these days, and had never heard of TDC before your recommendation, so cheers. How are you anyway? What are you up to these days?

  6. mike anderiesz

    Hey I’m, not so bad – having a busy year until recently and now taking a few weeks off to do creative stuff. What are you up to – part from piracy, of course!

    PS: If you’ve still got my email, drop me a line there – if not let me know

  7. O.K what do you not love

  8. I’m enjoying your blog! I got here from your comment on ChrisGuillebeau.com about wanting to travel to Massachusetts. I live in Massachusetts, so if there’s anything I can do to help your project, let me know….

  9. Hey chica, how do I subscribe to your blog? I love it but have a crap memory for follow-up!

  10. So, London Girl. I have one question for you: Do you think it was ok for the leader to call one of the attendees a jerk? (no matter how annoying she was?). Seriously. That is not a nice thing to say to anyone, especially someone you know nothing about, has paid hundreds of dollars to participate in trying to better her life. Come on, that alone should convince that there is something inherently wrong there. It didn’t matter that she was annoying to you or anyone else in the room. That is no way to treat a client by someone is supposedly a “professional” Landmark leader (and by the way, these leaders don’t get paid, I believe. I believe that they are volunteers themselves, from what I remember hearing when I was involved with Landmark). That is really really wrong. And if Landmark thinks that it is ok to call someone a jerk in the name of doing good, then, seriously they are completely fucked up, not to mention – a legitimate reason to file a lawsuit against them for harassment. What do you think?

    • I think I can barely remember the forum because I did it five years ago and I only vaguely cared about it then, so I sure don’t care about it now. I think you have quite a bit of time on your hands that could be used doing something far more productive.

  11. I’m sorry for using your blog to voice my opinions about Landmark. I just think it’s important to let people know that Landmark is not all it’s set to be. Yes, I do have some time on my hands. But, I respect your wishes and I won’t post anymore comments on your blog. Thanks though for having a forum where people can share what they think about it. There are a lot of comments on your blog. I haven’t read all of them, but yes, I have been posting quite a few comments lately. I’m sorry you found them to be rude and aggressive. It is not my intention to attack you or anyone else here personally, Just to make people a little bit more aware. Thanks.

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