Welcome to another Friday and of course another set of #LittleLoves. I’ll be honest I’m that exhausted I actually feel drunk with exhaustion so bear with my writing as it may contain endless amounts of spelling errors, general cock-ups or weary waffling anyhow here goes…
So shoot me I haven’t read a book yet despite promising week after week to do precisely that. I have however spent time skim reading some seriously interesting articles most of which were either social media click bait or news items from the BBC. I am yet to physically pick up a book and lodge my nose into its cover, I would most likely fall asleep should I give it a go at present but hey ho.
Living with two children I tend not to watch the news as I fear the kids would pick up on the rather disturbing reality that has become our World. I would much rather read the news from the privacy of my phone without risking scaring my children half to death.
After wasting almost six precious hours of my time I finally watched the final episode of Red Water this week. God knows why the BBC decided to end a six part series they don’t have any particular plans to continue on such a cliff hanger.
Needless to say I’m not entirely sure whether it was worth my time watching the damn thing in the first place, I was infuriated with the ending which I will decline from sharing given that most of you will be either totally uninterested or perhaps worried I may spoil it for you. Why have I shared this on my #LittleLoves given that it has irked me so much? God knows!
One of the many ‘things to do’ listed on my ‘before I’m forty bucket list’ just so happens to be Glastonbury Festival. I’d blumming love to pitch a tent come rain or shine simply to be part of such an event and as I’m such a keen fan I obviously watched and listened to this years Glasto line up with glee.
There were some amazing bands that played including London Grammar, The Foos (Foofighters for any non-musos), Ed Sheeran, Ani Difranco and many many more most of which I have listened to throughout the week.
J and I worked together to create a rather funky, floral masterpiece for one of his many homework tasks earlier this week. He was rather proud of his creation as was I of course.
More weight has been shed and as a result I’ve found myself able to fit into some seriously cute dungaree dresses including this rather snazzy SuperDry number. Paired with some new boots and a pair of tights I don’t think it looks half bad!
Long story cut short, I missed out on London Grammar tickets a few months back and have since been sulking. Having asked what I fancied for my birthday my parents were put in the picture and magically waved their magic wand and ‘abracadabra’ I’m off to see London Grammar play live in October! Wit woo!
Thanks again for reading my blog and I hope that you enjoyed this weeks #LittleLoves. If you fancy sharing some of your own #LittleLoves then why not join in either through your own blog post or by leaving a comment below, I would love to hear what your #LittleLoves might be.