1. LIVERPOOOOOOOOOOL

     
  2. Just some of my homemade focaccia for yesterday’s dinner

     
  3. I was worried I would get dehydrated on the train, also the innocent one is way better than the green naked juice!! 💚

     
  4. A Richmond sunset

     

  5. Bill Shankly once said “Some people believe football is a matter of life and death, I am very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is much, much more important than that.”

    On a day when we remember the 96 fellow Liverpool football club supporters who went to the FA cup semi-final on April 15th 1989 and never returned to a red and blue Liverpool we must keep in mind that football should only ever be metaphorically a situation of life and death.

    This is the longest of matches being played, there can only be one winner in the fight for justice. It has been too long, we are willing to win, hoping to win, knowing we will win. WE WILL BE TRIUMPHANT.

    Liverpool made a stand, we stuck together, twenty five years have passed but there has never been a doubt within Liverpool that our 96 died a wrongful death, that it was covered up, that they were bashed by institutions. But now we rise up, in this year when we can dream of lifting a trophy oh so important, we will gain the justice deserved for those who went to support their team with red hearts and red kits on their back on that fateful day.

    But with our red hearts, red kits and scarves we will remember that:

    We are Liverpool Football Club, We are family and you will never walk alone.

     

  6. THIS AMAZING! ❤️⚽️

     
  7. armour—love:

    I love my captain. And it’s none of your business.

    😘❤️⚽️

     

  8. SO NERVOUS ⚽️❤️

     

  9. Hillsborough

    In three days time we mourn the loss of 96 of our fellow Liverpool FC supporters, and this weekend the football community respects a tradition twenty five years old by holding a minutes silence. At this time we as Liverpool fans are grateful for the love and respect. It has taken many years to get justice for our 96, as the inquests continue we can only hope the truth will be shown.
    As a young Liverpool fan only 21 years old I was not alive to see or hear the tragedy unfold but as I have grown up, a supporter of the mighty reds my Mum who has red running through her veins told me of Hillsborough, she educated me so I would not grow up naive. She took me to see the memorial at Anfield and answered my many questions such as: why shouldn’t we buy the sun? - never buy the sun. Steven Gerrard has taught me year on year that we must remember those lost and celebrate our teams successes as they would’ve done.
    So remember in the good times those who would have cherished them, whether it be one of the 96 or a Liverpool fan no longer with us because they have made LFC what it is today.

    I love you LFC
    You Will Never Walk Alone

     
  10. Loving #vampirekiss by @tanyaburr on top of #topshop #reallyruby