So, we've had a great few weeks. We saw Paddington Bear, went up to Covent Garden to see the wonderful Santa Lego creation, the British Transport Museum (I could spend an absolute fortune in their gift shop!), Trafalgar Square street artists and then through the little winter wonderland at Trafalgar Square. I also managed to get my hair cut in a Madonna circa 1980's style - this was not my intention. I went in asking for a a little bit off (I'm thinking 4 inches) and my trusted hairdresser lobbed off about 8 inches. That's probably a conservative estimate. Not content with this she gave me a 'lob' i.e it chopped very short at the back. Urgh. So now I have a sort of bob - luckily its well past my ear lobes and if I pull the front down it does sit on my shoulders. I was slightly traumatised for a couple of days but am now over myself. I don't live in Syria. Its a hair cut and it will grow. The only bonus to my retro haircut is it does make me look younger - or so I'm told!
Here are a few pics from the last week...
|Santa's lego presents! Kids loved this and it wasn't busy|
|Beautiful Covent Garden|
|Trafalgar Square in all its winter glory|
|Paddington in Trafalgar Square - we also saw the gold one in Leicester Square|
I digress. I rarely go on twitter. I used to when I was really into my blogging but really can't see the point of documenting what you're thinking etc. I don't by and large follow celebrities but for some mad reason I decided to follow Russell Brand after he appeared on Question Time. I also unwittingly 'followed' (it could have been buddy but now I think it was that stupid 'other people you may wish to follow') someone I would never in a million years wish to follow. I have never really typed about the reasons why - they know that I know what they did. Enough said. Oh er cryptic ain't it in my best Russell Brand voice. Thankfully it was unfollowed at the same time (I'm assuming it was seriously have no idea! #wails #WTF! Has that ever happened to you? I remember asking a mum from school on how she'd found me on twitter and she said it came up on her who to follow. Well, who to follow - you have a lot to answer for! Its dangerous out there people. Be safe.
In other jolly news, my wonderful friend Cath (you know what I'm talking about above luv!) sent me a la surprise Mickey O'Flanagan's DVD. What a wonderful and thoughtful surprise. She was aware I was so disappointed I hadn't seen the Tour of France he did. I am delighted with it thank you!!
Finally, we saw the big man today at the garden centre. We have been to many Santa's over the years but this garden centre always comes up trumps. You don't have to queue long and the kids get a lovely xmas tree and coins. My son who is nearly 11 still believes in the big man but was less than impressed with seeing an 'imposter'. Fair point - why see one of his santa stand ins. Well, having questionned him about the nice/naughty list etc he's just said to me he thought that was the real Santa!
And on that note I wish you all a wonderful weekend. I have a fabulous quest post coming up - another success story on cutting calories. We are off out on a date night to see Frank Skinner tonight - hope he's funny.
Until next time.