Daisychain, plans and Justin Timberlake #LittleLoves
This week I've struggled with sleep and been tossing and turning a lot during the night, so have been living off cups of coffee. Yesterday Stuart and I headed out Milton Keynes so we could have time just the two of us. While there we decided to go out for a meal out at Giraffe as an early anniversary treat. Blake got to spend time with his Granny and Grandpa after Pre-School for a few hours.
Daisychain by Kirstie Malone
I'm half way though this book which I was sent to review. Daisychain is a gripping thriller which I've been struggling to put down. I know I'm going to get through this book at a quivk pace as its that gripping! It's certainly a great debut novel and I look forward to seeing more books from Kirstie!
I'm a bit behind when it comes to films. When browsing Netflix I came across The BFG which I've been meaning to watch for awhile now. As a child I loved reading Roald Dahl's books and I remember reading The BFG. I've not read the book in a long time however I'm so glad that I watched the film as it brought back childhood memories.
This week I've been listening to Justin Timberlakes new album on Spotify. You can't beat a bit of JT when feeling a bit down in the dumps.
A week today Blake breaks up for half term so I've been making plans and coming up with ideas of things to get up to such as visiting my mum, meeting up with friends at soft play, as well as crafts and things to do at home.
Nothing new this week
It's mine and Stuart's wedding anniversary at the weekend so we have that to look forward to. We've decided to have lunch out the three of us at a local cafe which we've not eaten at in a long time. I hope you all have had a good week.