Super cute anniversary post from
Sam ft. one of our pics from the Harry Potter tour on Saturday :)
Nice thing = home-made Victoria sponge with blueberry compote and lemon buttercream filling.
A magical wedding anniversary
Tomorrow Sam and I will have been married 2 years :) we have been thoroughly spoiled this weekend by my brother and his girlfriend who took us to the Harry Potter tour at Warner Bros Studios in Watford. It was insanely good! Happy anniversary husband!
A man called Ove
I got sent this book in the post the other day by my darling pappy and haven’t been able to put it down. Everyone who has ever become angry, frustrated or fed up with elderly neighbours/friends/relatives should read this beautiful book. I especially loved this analogy about marriage 💙
In other news I have recently taken to walking for an hour or so in the evenings before it gets dark in order to relax my chaotic brain. I listen to Harry Potter and often just get lost in suburbia. This evening was an absolute rainbow of hydrangeas combined with the start of the Tri-wizard tournament. Lovely.
A nice thing! (It’s been a while)
The summer holidays are nearly upon us and sport is literally happening everywhere. This is great for Sam and he gets to watch loads as part of his job. He has been enjoying the football, tennis and the cycling in particular. Now I happen to know that witnessing the Tour de France live is on a certain husband’s bucket list and this year I also happen to know that Yorkshire are hosting 3 days of it.
So today we took a train to Huddersfield, enjoyed beers in front of the big screen and then stood at the barrier to cheer the cyclists on. It. Was. Awesome. I have a special souvenir planned too - watch this space!
There needs to be more body positive songs in pop culture and I think this is a great contribution. THIS VIDEO IS AN IMPORTANT THING.
If you like the song, go to her site (http://www.meghan-trainor.com/) and you can download it for free by signing up for the email list.
Not sure this song truly represents positive body image when it features lines about ‘skinny bitches.’ Surely true positivity is celebrating all body types rather than saying “I’m curvy and THAT’S better.”
As a curvy lady I like the idea of this song so much but it doesn’t sit right…