A few months ago, Husband decided we were going on a road trip this year. Completely out of the blue – I got home from work and there were books about New England on the coffee table that he’d randomly bought on a lunchtime bookshop binge. Excitedly, I got to work and had our entire … More It’s not a road trip. It’s a covert operation.
Today is my lovely Mum’s birthday, and she’s off on holiday so I won’t see her. Hopefully, she’ll read this though (or perhaps my Dad will read it to her from his iPad). I couldn’t actually wait until the day to tell her what I bought for her. It’s always been a standing joke that … More Happy birthday to my Mum!
I’ve only just realised that I’ve had a bit Swedish weekend. Friends from the south and the north descended on friends in the middle for our first Eurovision party. But this was no ordinary party – we had a spreadsheet projected on the wall. It was a pretty damn amazing and I almost fainted at … More Swedish Smörgåsbord
In June last year, me and my very successful F5* finger snagged 8th row seats at Wembley Arena for Eddie Izzard on his Force Majeure tour. It feels like I’ve been waiting a very long time, so even getting drenched on the way from the tube station didn’t dampen (lol) my spirits. I have been a fan … More Hell is run by the English
Friday night found me and two of my favourite people trudging along the Uxbridge Road in the Bush of the Shepherds (as Adam Buxton called it) to see some comedy at Bush Hall. I’ve already seen a bit of comedy this year – two shows at the Union Chapel in London put on by the Invisible … More 60% stay where you are, 40% I will find you