I cannot wait and would be embarrassed to tell you how many times I have watched the trailers online. The reviews coming out aren't favourable but I don't care... if the story isn't up to scratch I'll treat it as front row seats to a fashion show!
Saturday I jumped in the car and headed to my brother and SIL's for the night
After lunch including some delicious scones we headed the the local Craft Centre which is filled with some fantastic shops
My brother (!) insisted I had to come home with some of the handmade soap from a gorgeous shop which has sadly closed since I first posted
I decided on the lime soap made with a loofar - perfect for using in the new shower I've just had installed
We started chatting to the owner about blogging (hello if you tracked me down!) and she told us about a shop down the road selling vintage and handmade goodies that sounded like the sort of thing we would like - and she was right!
Th shop was a delight and it was hard to decide what would be coming home with me (sorry I was so busy oohing and ahhing over everything I forgot photos!). I finally decided on these two pictures
Aren't they gorgeous! I couldn't stop talking about them or the shop all evening
After such a successful day we came home to sit in the garden watching this little guy running around
I hope you all enjoyed the lovely weather this weekend
Now tourists are always told to use the subways and yes it’s cheaper, probably quicker but I prefer taxis. You are able to admire the scenery like The Palace Hotel (as seen in season one of Gossip Girl)