Saturday 30th June 2018
The Most Wonderful Day
Today has been the most wonderfully beautiful day – and it’s still not over.
I had a very productive morning (I say morning, I mean 8:00am to about 2:00pm). I posted a very long post, and it was relieving to see it done, had plenty of Cello practise and basically wrote and wrote and wrote. Amazing, relaxing, wonderful.
The afternoon has been a pleasure so far. I went into town with my dad and brother (who’s blog looms in this corner of the internet) and it was really relaxing. We ran errands and did some shopping – a haul in which I will show today – went a lovely little cafe and honestly, had the best tea. I’ve never been one for iced tea but this soda was gorgeous. I have it twice before and every time I go to that little cafe I never look for anything else!
We sat and chatted yet I sadly didn’t take pictures (stupid me, at least the memory is my mind) for about half-an-hour. Whilst I was chilling, I read some of your blog posts which were of course as amazing as ever. I read through some of my cringey old ones too! (don’t search for them)
We then went to do the weekly grocery shop and wrapped it all up nicely. From upstairs I can smell the fresh food and the cooking that is being prepared! I am so grateful for this day, most honestly!
I think I am now going to plan tomorrow and do a bit of tidying around.
Today has been the best day ever.
Here’s for the haul.
I now lay what I have bought today in front of me and begin to feel warmed. I have bought a book, Rainbow Drops (they’re not in front of me because I’ve eaten them already), crystallised ginger, a card for my friends soon birthday and some ingredients for a DIY baking post that I will be putting together tomorrow!
The book grabbed my attention – not only Shakespeare in Baker’s trademark long scarf but the ‘humour’ written precisely on the back. We love a sarcastic novel! I am currently doing a Shakespeare project for school, and combining it with my most dear fandom is literally the best. I may do a book review but you’ll definitely see it in the future, whatever! I bought this from the local bookshop for £9:99 and I don’t think that’s a rip-off!
Secondly, the foodie side of things. I have been craving Rainbow Drops for so many weeks and my friends probably think I’m mad when I’m muttering under my breath ‘I really want some Rainbow Drops right now’! I ate them (but also shared them) whilst walking around the outdoor market. I got images from Google so I hope these will do!
Crystalised ginger is one of those things that just relates with all seasons. In the extremely warm weather it has been a desire for me to just pick out a tangy ginger cube and pop it my mouth. And these two things are treats and maybe you already know by now that I’m a health freak XD so please don’t judge.
Stay beautiful my readers and I hope you had an equally enjoyable Saturday!