7.6.14

Well That Was Nice...
















I don't know about you but I really enjoy all the 'Happy Friday' and weekly round ups that fill my Bloglovin' feed on a Friday. So here my little round up of those thing that made my week that little bit nicer...

// Finally watching Joss Whedon's recent version of 'Much Ado About Nothing'. It looks beautiful and is brilliantly funny - watch it.

// Having lovely chats to both my siblings at different points in the week. My brother called me from the airport before he left for New York (so jealous) which I though was sweet - ok he had hours to kill but still! And my little sisters made me laugh a lot with her stories.

// Seeing Son Lux at The Exchange on Thursday. I was really blown away by their show and has to be my favourite gig of the year so far!

// Making guacamole at 8am because I decided the uber-ripe avocado in my fruit bowl would simply not last the day - I dubbed this emergency guacamole and it was pretty darn tasty. This pin about avocados is silly but so true but apparently this is how you tell if they're ripe before you buy - who knew?!

// Discovering that an Anthropologie store has just been opened in Bath - this calls of a little day trip this weekend. Also noticing that Joy are opening a new store in central Bristol and how excited Will was by this - actually it's opening right near his office, which could be dangerous, that boy loves to shop!

// I don't follow many celebrities on Instagram but this week Seth Green and his wife Claire Grant (they are the perfect geek couple) have been in England and I've loved seeing all the photos of their adventures. They seem to be have the best time sight-seeing, including lots of places I can't believe I've never visited- Tower of London, Churchil's War Rooms, St Paul's, Platform 9 3/4 (!) It's really inspired me to try and do more 'touristy' things.

// These posts on Oh Comley making Violet Lemonade & Violet Cocktails using home made Wild Violet syrup are just about perfect! Can we find Violets foraging in the UK?

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