Currently, I Am… | #10

Hi, friends! Ah, I’ve missed you. It’s been almost a whole month since I’ve shown my face on my lovely little blog, but it’s definitely been well deserved. The first few weeks of 2017 were filled with coursework and university deadlines, so The Rose Quartz had to take a bit of a backseat. Don’t worry though, I thought about you every day!

After that, I had a few days of beautiful nothingness and relaxation with Matthew, before me, him, his brother and his girlfriend went off for a 4-day bender to Butlins for the Giants of Rock festival. That, I tell you, was flipping fantastic and I’ll be talking a lot more about that the next time I’m around! We saw some incredible bands and some really impressive musicians – it was mind blowing, really. As well as enjoying lots of music, the nearby beach was just beautiful. We spent a lot of time walking around and taking pictures – you know what I’m like.

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My “Currently, I Am” series is always a great post for when I return from a pretty long break. I haven’t posted one of these since November, just after Trump managed to find his way into an incredible, ridiculous position of power. Coincidentally, this one comes just after his inauguration and the reinforcement that his new found power is taking America down a horribly familiar, slippery slope.

Anyway, let’s not talk politics. Let’s have a bit of a catch up!

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Currently, I am feeling

…oh, well, a lot of different feelings actually. I’m gunna quickly take you through them, otherwise this could go on for a very long time. I’m feeling excited and nervous about my wedding day – I get married in November and there’s a lot of exciting plans to be made! I’m feeling anxious, unprepared and lost with regards to my future career prospects – I’m graduating in the summer, with no passion for my degree or field of work in any way. I’m feeling tired, because sleep is alluding me – that’s probably because of all these FEELS.

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Currently, I am watching

…Daredevil S2. We recently finished Jessica Jones too, which was unbelievable. Kilgrave is one of my all time favourite villains! He’s easily Marvel’s best on-screen baddie. His ability to manipulate people, simply by talking to them, is a really clever way of avoiding “not-another-fight-scene”. Daredevil is also picking up. The first season started off incredibly dull, picking up towards the end. The second season started a little slow too actually, but it quickly sorted itself out and now me and Matthew are both really enjoying it.

Since my last catch up post, Westworld finished too. That was one of the best bits of television I’ve ever seen. Highly, highly recommend.

Currently, I am reading

…The Great Gatsby. Can you believe I’ve never read it? I also recently read Tim Burton’s The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories which was a super interesting and super quick read. It’s worth it though. The title story was one of the longer short stories/poems in the collection and it actually made me feel pretty sad. Poor, Oyster Boy.

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How have you been? What have you been up to recently?

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Iconic Film Posters

Trying to balance my love for books, writing, gaming, nature, photography, TV shows, art and film in my spare time is a challenge. If your explanation of your day-to-day hobbies is a mouthful, then I’m sure it’s safe to say that it’s a bit of a task in the real world, too.

#FirstWorldProblems, right? I sound like such a spoon.

I just love immersing myself in my hobbies. Luckily, every single one of them can be shared with the love of my life and best friend, Matt, so it’s not hard to find the balance between home life and hobbies – this seems to be the issue for most people, when hobbies are discussed. Instead, it’s just a tough one for me to decide what hobby I want to play with each day!

I don’t just love a bit of everything, I love everything completely. Yes, I’m a bookworm – I could build myself a blanket fort, drag in a crate of books and stay in there for days. I’m also a blogger – my days are filled with ideas, inspiration and an urge to write from morning to night. Then there’s photography – my camera is my sidekick, my third eye and it never leaves my side. I don’t do anything half-heartedly, really. I give everything my all and, today, that everything is film.

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Here are, what I believe to be, the most iconic and most striking film posters of all time!

Colour:

Colour Movie Posters

127 Hours | The Truman Show | Star Wars: The Force Awakens

The use of colour in all three of these posters are the reason they’re so striking. 127 Hours is my personal favourite here – your eyes are quickly drawn to the struggle right in the center of the image, which is split between the looming-night sky and the hot red stone. The Truman Show cleverly combines bright colours with a myriad of stills from the film. It comes across pretty positive… despite what actually happens. The Star Wars poster uses a tradition combination of “good guys” blue and “bad guys” red. It’s simple, and it works!

Illustrations:

Illustrated Movie Posters

Attack of the 50 Foot Woman | Casablanca | Singin’ in the Rain

I think illustrated film posters are wonderful and I’d love to see this style of poster return! All three could similarly find a place in my “colour” section – they’re full of it. How interesting that they are have a primary focus on yellow!

Text Based:

Text Based Movie Posters

A Clockwork Orange | Buried | Trainspotting

Let me just say, Buried is one of the best films I’ve ever seen. It’s incredibly, almost intolerably, tense and Ryan Reynolds is perfect. The poster is just as impressive and it creates a similarly claustrophobic feel. I haven’t seen either of the other two films (I know, I’m terrible!) but I can completely appreciate how unique they both are.

Simple:

Simple Movie Posters

American Beauty | GoodFellas | Forrest Gump

Sometimes, simplicity is the way to go.

Personal Favourites:

Classic Movie Posters Favourites

Inception | Pulp Fiction | Titanic

Although I love every single one of the movie posters I’ve featured, a certain few have a stronger place in my heart. Out of my selection of favourites are these three goodies. Inception – which also happens to be one of my favourite films – has an incredible poster and DVD cover. It’s mysterious, it hints at the complexity of the story line and it introduces all main characters. I love that. Pulp Fiction is just… Pulp Fiction. It’s a fantastic film with a just as great poster. Last, but not least, is Titanic. The poster is just as romantic as the movie itself, yet the famous passenger liner noticeably looms over the couple… I’m sure we all know it doesn’t end well.

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What are your favourite movie posters?

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8 Female-Led Movies I’m Excited About

2016 brought with it the rise of the female-led movie! Whether that’s down to the recent rise in gender equality expose or it’s simply a coincidence, I don’t care either way. I’m just excited to see some fantastic actresses – including Emily Blunt and Mia Wasikowska – take their rightful place as top dog.

Alice In Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass

There’s a handful of female-led movies being released this year that I’m super excited to watch. Some are future hits and some, admittedly, aren’t taking themselves too seriously but we all need a little fun in our lives at times. If I only watched serious movies, instead of the odd comedy or animation here and there, I’m sure I’d be a much more intolerable and unhappy lady.

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Making sure I covered a wide range of genres, here’s my pick of 8 female-led movies that I’m looking forward to in 2016:

Alice Through the Looking Glass

“Alice returns to the whimsical world of Wonderland and travels back in time to save the Mad Hatter.”

Thankfully, this Tim Burton extravaganza was recently released in the UK and I’m eagerly awaiting the day I pop to the cinema to watch it. I’ve had Alice Through the Looking Glass on my radar for a while now and, with the story of Lewis Carroll’s Alice having such a fond place in my heart, I didn’t ever doubt that Tim Burton’s sequel would pass me by without a watch.

What I enjoy so much about his Alice in Wonderland adaptations is the colour and the fancifulness. I think it’s completely reminiscent of Lewis Carroll’s madness. There surely isn’t anyone better than Tim Burton to adapt Carroll’s story… they’re both bonkers.

Related: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (Book Review)

The Boss

“A titan of industry is sent to prison after she’s caught insider trading. When she emerges ready to re-brand herself as America’s latest sweetheart, not everyone she screwed over is so quick to forgive and forget.”

I absolutely love Melissa McCarthy. I think she’s just hilarious and I’m willing to give anything ago if she’s the star. This comedy clearly isn’t taking itself very seriously at all but I couldn’t care less. It looks fun, silly and I’m sure I’ll be leaving the cinema with a grin on my face.

The Girl on the Train

“A train commuter investigates a mystery revolving around a couple whose house she passes every day.”

When I first watched the trailer for this movie, me and Matthew barely breathed. It looks fantastically intense and I’m sure this mysterious thriller is going to be right up my street! I haven’t actually read the book so I barely know a thing about the plot, other than it’s a bit psychological and possibly a little ‘did she? didn’t she?’ – that’s what the trailer seems to highlight, anyway.

We’ll see though! I have a feeling this is going to be a huge hit so I’ll make sure I don’t miss my chance to see it at the cinema.

Lights Out

A woman is haunted by a creature that only appears when the lights go out.

This is definitely a movie that I should not watch (horrors stay with my for years) but I’m not sure I’ll be able to resist… It’s a collaboration of two film companies, Atomic Monster and New Line Cinema, that previously worked together on Annabelle (another movie I would sure as hell never ever watch). However, this horror is based on a viral short film that made its way around the internet a few years ago. You can find that here but be warned, if you’re a little bit of a scaredy cat then you maybe shouldn’t watch it.

I think producing a movie around this fantastic short film is a great idea and I have a feeling that’s why the movie interests me so much.

Bad Moms

“When three overworked and under-appreciated moms are pushed beyond their limits, they ditch their conventional responsibilities for a jolt of long overdue freedom, fun, and comedic self-indulgence.”

Bad Moms looks hilarious. I’m sure a lot of mums will appreciate what this comedy is trying to highlight and everyone else will be able to recognise the “oh, f**k it” attitude that we all feel once in a while! It seems like this is the first movie where Mila Kunis, renowned sex symbol, is actually playing a mum – thankfully, she isn’t being portrayed as the typical frumpy mum (which is definitely a stereotype that needs to bugger off) and I’m sure that’ll make this movie that little bit more relatable.

Finding Dory

“The friendly-but-forgetful blue tang fish reunites with her loved ones, and everyone learns a few things about the real meaning of family along the way.”

After 13 years, we finally get to see Dory, Nemo and Marlin hit the big screen once again. I am beyond excited for this release! Dory is a wonderfully sweet character and I’ve always wondered what happened to her, her memory and her family. To finally have some answers will be lovely.

It seems as if the movie doesn’t actually have a villain as such. It’s been suggested that life itself it Dory’s enemy. That’ll be a very interesting plot line if that’s the case! I can’t wait.

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“Morgan is about a corporate risk-management consultant who has to decide and determine whether or not to terminate an artificial being’s life that was made in a laboratory environment.”

How could I resist a science-fiction thriller whose protagonist, an artificial being created in a lab, has the same name as me? That’s a little shallow, I know, but my name used to be a huge insecurity of mine so, now I’m comfortable with it, I like to revel in its glory!

Shallow name vanity aside, this movies looks like it could be fantastic. The trailer is suspenseful but doesn’t give too much away. I do like a bit of mystery.

Ghostbusters

“30 years after Ghostbusters took the world by storm, the beloved franchise makes its long-awaited return. Director Paul Feig brings his fresh take to the supernatural comedy, joined by some of the funniest actors working today.”

This is a biggie. Ghostbusters seems to have created quite a stir around the online film community – it hasn’t even been released yet and people are slating it. Is is because people disapprove of the female casting choices or it it simply because people are cross they’re revamped a classic? Either way, this hatred is no way to be acting over a movie that you haven’t seen. It could be fantastic, it could be terrible. As of yet, nobody knows.

Personally, I think it looks great. I love the choice of actresses and to revamp a classic with such a twist (oh hello, completely female lead) is pretty refreshing. Actually, it’s quite brave considering how much hatred the feminist movement is getting right now. I’m looking forward to it!

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Are you looking forward to any of these movies?

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The “Ultimate Game of Thrones” Tag

Hey, lovelies. Happy Friday!

I don’t typically take part in ‘tag’ posts, as I have a hard time keeping up with my own schedule alone, but I could not resist when Kat suggested that I take part in this Game of Thrones tag! If you haven’t guessed already, from the multitude of Game of Thrones posts that I’ve shared, I’m a huge fan – I definitely couldn’t let this opportunity pass by!

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Like a lot of blog awards and tag posts, there are a few simple rules:

  1. Mention the creator Orang-utan Librarian so they can see all your your answers.
  2. Answer all the questions.
  3. Tag people and keep it going!

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Let’s get started! I hope you enjoy my answers.

Part One: Book Questions

“We do not sow”- A book you would not be willing to invest in:

Something utterly terrifying, like The Exorcist. I don’t believe in curses but I wouldn’t ever risk the fear with a story as frightening as this. I’m such a big baby when it comes to horror.

“Fire and blood”- A book that produced strong emotions in you:

The first novel that came to mind was The Fault in Our Stars. I had never cried as much at a book as much as this before (with Eclipse coming in a close second, actually). It destroyed me and I instantly watched the movie trailer once I’d stopped crying. I completely crumpled once again. It’s soul destroying – I didn’t want to leave Matthew’s side afterwards.

“Winter is coming”- Your favourite winter read:

I don’t have a particular book that I read in the winter, really. I don’t have a thing for seasonal reads but last year I did read Let It Snow. It was enjoyable and it made me feel quite festive!

“Family. Duty. Honour.”- A book about strong family ties:

Easy – The Road by Cormac McCarthy. It’s an incredible story about the strength of familial love combined with the intensity and excitement of a post-apocalyptic story. I loved it.

“Growing strong”- A book you had low expectations of but that grew on you:

This is an interesting one! I recently finished The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes and I fell in love. It easily made its way on to my favourites list. I didn’t have high hopes at all though! I thought it would be a lot like The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger which I despised. I was completely wrong though, just wow, it was fantastic.

“Ours is the fury”- A book that made you furious:

Either The Catcher in the Rye or A Clockwork Orange. I finished The Catcher in the Rye out of pure principle. I didn’t want keyboard warriors telling me how uneducated I was for not grasping the point or missing the twist/revelation at the end of the novel (spoiler, there was none). I just plain old couldn’t finish A Clockwork Orange – what a pile of crap.

“Unbowed. Unbent.Unbroken.”- A book you have unwavering devotion to:

This is such a tough one… I automatically thought of The Hunger Games trilogy as it completely reignited my love for reading. It never went away after that.

“A Lannister always pays his debts”- A book you feel indebted to:

You’re Never Weird on the Internet by Felicia Day. Absolutely. I love her. She’s incredibly strong and has come so far in a male-dominated industry. Reading how she overcame the abuse was awful but completely empowering. What a brilliant woman.

Part Two: Fan Theories

Who do you want to win Game of Thrones?

“Win” is a weird word. In the end, I would love Dany or Jon to rule the Iron Throne (or the more appropriate equivalent) with Tyrion by their side.

Who do you think will make it to the end and who do you think will die?

I imagine a lot of our favourites are going to die in the next couple of seasons… sadly. I’m thinking we’re going to lose Brienne, Arya, Ramsay (fingers crossed!), Cersei and Tommen (if he doesn’t choose to step down as king). I can’t imagine Game of Thrones without Jon, Dany and Tyrion though!

Part Three: My Game of Thrones

Would you win or die?

I actually think I’d survive. I’m insanely stubborn and I just can’t see how I’d die. If it did happen, I think it would be at the hands of Ramsay after being captured and tortured for supporting the Stark’s North. The North remembers!

What house are you?

I’d like to think I’m a Stark, but I’ve love to be a Targaryen!

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I’d love anyone who enjoys Game of Thrones to join in! It’s fun to take part in.

What do you think of my answers? Do you agree?

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Currently, I Am… | #7

Hi, friends! Happy “hump day” – I hope you’ve had a great week so far.

This is going to be the most positive “Currently, I Am” post that I’ve shared for a few months (yay) so that’s good news. In April, I managed to muster up a pretty positive catch-up but before that they haven’t exactly projected happiness for a while and I apologise! That’s all changed now, though.

Honestly, I’ve had a really good couple of weeks. After being off work sick for a while, I finally returned with absolutely no problems. It was like I never left but in a good way. I’m noticeably happier and I feel as if I even look healthier – clear eyes, clear skin etc. Currently, everything is just way more positive. Granted, I’m tired. Getting back to work was tough, but I’m happy to be there!

Anyway, let’s get back to the real topic. What have I been up to recently!?

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Currently, I am watching

…right this second, SacconeJoly vlogs on YouTube. We had a pretty busy week and we couldn’t keep on top of them. So, whilst eating our tea, we had a bit of a catch up!

In general,  I’m still re-watching Supernatural with Matt (we’re on series 9) as well as eagerly awaiting the new episodes of series 11. That’s about it! We’re thinking of starting Modern Family for a bit of fun when we have 20 minutes to burn, so that should be good.

I’ve been in such a film mood recently too but I haven’t found the time to  watch any in the last few weeks. I’m super excited for so many films – I think I’ll be finally seeing X-Men: Apocalypse soon (can’t wait!) and, huge news, the first trailer for Beauty and the Beast was finally released. My heart melted and it was only the tiniest of snippets so I can’t even imagine how excited I’ll be when the film comes out next year!

Currently, I am listening to…

…a lot of Absolute Classic Rock and Absolute 80’s – my two favourite radio stations, and they’re both fantastic to listen to when I’m sat at my desk working!

Currently, I am reading

…nothing, right this second. I finished A Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes this afternoon which was absolutely incredible. Wow. I’ll be reviewing it on my blog very soon because I’d love to share my opinions on it. Before that, I read Alice in Wonderland and you can read my review here.

I’m finally out of my reading slump!

Currently, I am feeling

…pretty fantastic, really! I’m quite tired today because I had a terrible night’s sleep last night. In comparison to the last few months though, I’m feeling great. Right now, I’m also feeling lovely and warm and cosy, which is always good. It seems like everything is looking up! Let’s hope the second half of 2016 is far, far, far better than the first.

Currently, I am playing

…so much Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. So much. I need an intervention. I need help. Seriously though, I’m loving this game. It’s not my cup of tea at all (well, I didn’t think it was) but since buying it last month or so, me and Matt can’t drag ourselves away from it when we’re free from normal, grown-up commitments.

I also started Ori and the Blind Forest on the Xbox One recently which is a super beautiful platform adventure game. I’m sure I’ll be reviewing this on my blog once I’ve completed the story because it has been fascinating, heart-breaking and fun in equal measures.

Currently, I am excited for…

…a little country break away with my mum in June. We’re going to stay at a hotel on the outskirts of Scarborough for a night, just the two of us, and we’re both so bloody excited!

I’m also very excited for Matthew at the moment as he finished the final essay of his degree this afternoon and is only one more exam away from completely his 3 years at university! Then, he graduates in July and starts a year of teacher training in September… I’m such a proud fiancé!

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How have you been? Have you done, watched or read anything good recently?

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-Morgan

Saturday’s Super Six | Things That Made Me Happy This Week

Hi, lovelies. How are you today?

Looking back, I’m not sure if this week has been a good one or a bad one – you know the type, where it just flies by without you really taking notice of what happened. So, to try and relive it a little bit, I thought this week’s Saturday’s Super Six could focus on the things that made me smile this week. Yey, positivity!

Spoilers ahead. I’m sure you’ve already heard about it by now, but this post contains huge spoilers from episode 2 of Game of Thrones season 6. You’ve been warned!

Hull Queens Gardens Flower

A pretty but old photograph of mine that I took back in college. Our town centre is full of beautiful flowers in the summer.

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1. Today, me and Matt played squash. It was so much fun and we ended up completely sweaty and out of breath! Afterwards, we began to think about signing up for a membership card which would allow access to all sports facilities and fitness classes including swimming, gym, sauna, dance classes and ice skating!

2. Last Saturday, I spent the morning watching films. It felt like Christmas. I only ever watch films at home during the day when it’s the Christmas holidays! We watched Wreck It, Ralph (which is so incredible I can’t even put it into words) and Mean Girls (a classic).

3. This week, the sun made an appearance again. Thankfully! Last Saturday, we also went for a lovely walk around Hull Marina and Princes Dock, stopping off for a lovely beer in the sun. The sun makes me and Matt both glow with happiness and it was a fantastic day.

Hull Princes Dock Drinks in the Sun

I sneakily caught this and it looks like he’s being super posey! My gorgeous fiancé.

4. The reintroduction of the sun also means we’ve started opening our windows up wide for the cats again. We live on a first floor flat so both of our girls are house cats – a matter that I’m very happy with. They’re safe, happy and so bloody spoilt. No accidental run ins with foxes or cars, and that makes me worry a lot less about them. Anyway, our living room windows are freaking huge. Opening them up kind of creates a little balcony for us two and the two cats to get some fresh air and sun. It’s lovely!

5. On Thursday, I went to a board game café. How good does that sound? We actually went on the night time, so it had already transformed into a little pub – okay, no, it was just a café that sold alcohol. Either way, it was a great night. Me and Matt went with his older brother and girlfriend. We played The Settlers of Catan, Guess Who and Would I Lie To You?, finishing the night with a Moroccan spiced vegetable pie and sweet potato fries. Lovely stuff.

6. I’ve saved the best until last… JON SNOW IS ALIVE. When I watched the most recent episode of Game of Thrones on Sunday night (okay, it was technically 2am Monday morning), I almost broke our sofa. I jumped up so high and screamed so loud when he took his first breath that I dread to think what our sleeping neighbours must have thought. I dreamt this moment would happen, but I was sure the show writers were just messing with us by prolonging his burial! Wow. Seriously, wow. It was an absolutely incredible episode and I’m dying to watch the next one!

Jon Snow Is Alive Home Game of Thrones

We’re all hoping for R+L=J, right? I have my fingers crossed this preview into Ned’s past will reveal all!

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What was the highlight of your week?

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April

April flew by. How is it May bank holiday already? I feel like 2016 has been a completely giant, useless blur of nothingness (even though I’ve done some pretty great things recently). It’s been a weird year so far, that’s for sure.

April Monthly Wrap-Up

Saying that though, I’m super excited about how close we are getting to an actual English summer! I bought some summer clothes in the tiny April heatwave we had a couple of weeks ago, and it’s done nothing but rain since… so,  yeah, I’m sorry England, that’s definitely my fault. I jinxed us all. My sunglasses are still in my handbag though. I’m not fooling for this changeable English weather again. I’m ready, sun. Come and get me.

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Last month, in my March monthly wrap-up, I mentioned how I hadn’t had my first “beer garden” afternoon of the year yet – no coat, sunglasses, a cold beer and a bowl of chips! That’s one of my favourite summer afternoons. We had a super hot week this month though, so I finally ticked that off my to-do list. And, as expected, it was a fantastic day.

Hull Queens Gardens Sunny

I made a daisy chain because I’m actually 5-years old in a 21-year old body.

So, let’s get on with this month’s wrap up! (If you’d like to check out March’s post, you can read it here):

Personal Achievements and Memorable Moments:

  • I took the plunge and finally got my hair cut and coloured at the hairdressers. I went from red to brown and had about 4 inches chopped off. My hair is feeling lovely and healthy. I was terrified (and it took 4 hours!) but it was worth it.
  • I’ve been trying to do a lot more things that are way out of my comfort zone, so me and Matt went for a late lunch (the later it gets, the more worried I become) at a restaurant called Level. We had cocktails and it was a really lovely afternoon.
  • I baked sugar cookies and practised decorating and piping with royal icing.
  • Me and Matt had a lovely week of walks around Hull Marina and Hull’s Old Town in the sun. We had our first beer garden drink of the year and even ate lunch outside. (Big achievement for me! I was nowhere near as scared as I normally am)
  • I had a beautiful day out with my mum. We went up to Hornsea to grab patty, chips and peas, and then ate it at Hornsea Mere.
  • Because it was suddenly so sunny, I went spring/summer clothes shopping. The next day it rained, and it hasn’t stopped since. Either way, I’m ready!
Hull Queens Gardens Sunny

It was warm enough to sit on the grass. Yes!

Entertainment:

  • Game of Thrones, guys. Game of Thrones.
    Season 6 finally aired this month and the opening episode was absolutely fantastic. It’s on again tonight (well, 2am!) and I’m just so over excited. I can’t wait!
  • Since we finished Glee last month, we haven’t started a new TV series. Instead, I’ve been really into daily vlogs on YouTube – Alfie, Zoe, Louie and the SacconeJolys are my favourite right now.
  • I still haven’t read a book. However, I have placed one on my desk, so… progress.
  • Me and Matt bought Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 for the Xbox One. I am in love.
  • I’ve also started playing Skyrim on the Xbox 360 when I have some spare time. I think Skyrim is my favourite ever game. That’s a bold statement, but I went there.
  • Britain’s Got Talent is one of my huge guilty pleasures, and it finally started up again in April. That’s my Saturday night sorted for the next couple of months – no shame! We even celebrated the first episode with a little party tea.

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How was April for you?

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