It’s pretty standard to gain a few pounds over Christmas what with all that yummy food that’s floating around everywhere. For me it’s been more than a few and my waistline has expanded considerably. Apparently I’ll get even bigger over these last few weeks, I’m not entirely sure how that’s possible mind you.
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I have to admit I’ve not been checking out much new music lately. Since the little baba can hear what’s going on I’ve been trying to introduce some classics, there’s been lots of Dylan, Lennon McCartney, Al Green and Sam Cooke going on. My Spotify probably looks more like it belongs someone middle aged when you catch a glimpse of my Made for You selections these days. One with a good taste in music though I’d hope.
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Well Happy New Year everyone, hope you all had a lovely Christmas and Hogmanay. It was not surprisingly a quiet one of us this year with our little Christmas getaway and then booze free New Year. I’d have been asleep before midnight if it wasn’t for a wee scardey pup and fireworks that went off for about an hour.
Continue reading “A New One Just Begun”
It’s Christmas Eve, seriously how did that happen? This year seems to have disappeared. I’m normally on my second set of christmas nails by now so I best get at least one set squeezed in before its too late.
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I have to say I’m feeling a little smug this year when it comes to Christmas. Not only did I have all my presents purchased with over a week to spare, but I had most of them wrapped as well. That’s pretty good going if you ask me.
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This is me easing into the festive vibes. It’s a bit to early to go full on Christmas themed nails but I thought I bit of glitter was in order.
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One of my favourite things about Glasgow is how easy and quick it is to escape to the countryside. Drive for less than an hour in just about any direction and you can find yourself lost in some wide open spaces.
Continue reading “The Sweet Escape”