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Celebrating 1111 Followers on Instagram, Part I

Yesterday I reached the epic number of 1111 followers (thank you all!) on Instagram. I’ve been on Instagram for about a year and a half, and it’s become my favorite social media by far. To me, it’s the most inspiring media and the best place to find pictures of vintage clothing, beautiful books or just random accounts. To celebrate my 1111 followers (thank you again!) I’m going to do a series of blog posts over the next week or so with my favorite Instagram accounts. But today, I’m going to repost my most liked and commented on photos on Instagram. Enjoy!

Here are my 10 most liked photos:
most liked instagram media

And my 10 most commented on photos:
Instagram Most commented

And here is my very first post on Instagram, from December 26, 2012. You can see I was a fan of using frames back then, though I almost never do it now – I feel the pictures are small enough as it is.
InstagramFirstPost

I’ll be back with my favorite Instagrammers soon, so stay tuned! In the meantime, you can follow me here.

PS: Thank you thank you thank you!!!

6 thoughts on “Celebrating 1111 Followers on Instagram, Part I

  1. Hi!:)
    Just wanted to say that you have the most adorable blog!
    So warm and funny, and inviting – it is really a pleasure to follow your blog!
    And your pictures are oh so FAB;)

    1. Thank you so much, Astrid, that means the world to me! I love blogging and it’s so nice to know that someone at the other end appreciates it <3

  2. You should know that I am currently listening to The End of the Affair, read by Colin Firth, because of your review. I just started it, but it’s as amazing as you said already. Also, I could listen to Colin Firth read the telephone book, so there’s that.

    1. Janey, I’m so glad! This is a great book. And oh, Colin Firth! I need to listen to this audio some day! Do you know if he’s read any other audio books?

      1. According to Audible, this is the only one he’s recorded. He’s wonderful. One of the reviews said that the interplay of hate and love in the book is so well realized in his reading that when he says “love” you can hear the hate, and vice versa. I agree.

        1. That sounds really good Janey. I know I’ll want to reread this book some day, and I’ll make sure to choose the audio. BTW, I love Audible.

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