“I think I’m greedy, but I’m not greedy for money – I think that can be a burden – I’m greedy for an exciting life. I want it to be exciting all the time, and I get it, actually. On the other hand, I can find excitement, I admit, in raindrops falling on a puddle and a lot of people wouldn’t. I intend to have it exciting until the day I fall over.” ― David Hockney

I woke up this morning with a genuine sense of excitement I hadn’t felt for a while. All the possibilities of what the next few months will bring buzzing away in my mind. Sara and I have been developing new facets for Myhibi.com ready for Spring 2013, plus I’ve added some fab new guest designers I’ve met along the way who by coincidence all happen to be one women brands. So we’re expanding!

This weekend I went to Somerset to see my friend Steve, official keeper of my wardrobe, to swap over London clothes for Rajasthan monsoon clothes, that means back to the Birkenstocks from 1st September, but I still have two nights to get the heels on, tonight the Chelsea Arts Club for dinner with favourite friends over from Australia which will be great fun and tomorrow night with the inimitable Kay Montano who has promised me she ‘shall plot to find a suitably salubrious, yet sumptuously boho banquette. . . .’ for the final stand before I head to Heathrow on Saturday.  After having shared a pork belly pizza at Pizza East  in Portobello Road yesterday I will embrace yoga, sweating in Monsoon heat and a vegetarian diet with open arms! Oh and maybe a bit of time away from alcohol again, this week I had my first rusty nail with another dear friend Barney Cordell.

I’m filling up my kindle with new books to read in India, all recommendations are very welcome. Otherwise I’ve enough research, studying, designing and thinking to keep me nicely occupied on my travels. Fingers crossed for some sun!

So farewell then London, Amsterdam, Andalucia, Australia, any other destinations of 2012 and hellllllloooooo India!!

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This entry was published on August 30, 2012 at 8:55 am and is filed under beach wear, Hibiscus, holiday wear, India, myhibi.com, shopping, Travel. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

7 thoughts on ““I think I’m greedy, but I’m not greedy for money – I think that can be a burden – I’m greedy for an exciting life. I want it to be exciting all the time, and I get it, actually. On the other hand, I can find excitement, I admit, in raindrops falling on a puddle and a lot of people wouldn’t. I intend to have it exciting until the day I fall over.” ― David Hockney

  1. Travel safely find new horizons climb Stella heights

    You go girl!

    Mak x

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  2. Marina Mazur on said:

    good post. good frame of mind. good picture. good everything.

  3. Victoria Warne on said:

    Hi Sarah, by now you have probably arrived in the hot and steamy India and enjoying some colour and curry. So thrilled to get a mention on your Hibiscus page – being a facebook virgin and all! Anyway fond memories of our night at CAC and look forward to seeing you here in Fole – it’s not the same without you and Helen. Sara seems well and relieved August is over. Lots of love Victoria x

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    • Hi Victoria,I have arrived in Delhi,I mean ARRIVED, I’m in the Imperial Hotel for tonight, look it up, am surviving somehow in a suite. It’s monsoon
      so not only got a good deal but upgraded too. V happy! I’m so looking forward to easter in Fole already. Of course I didn’t get to see the World of Interiors,
      I only remembered at the airport on the 1st September. Will google it. Much love X

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