64. Birthday Shenanigans, Father's Day & Best Pal


I can't believe the last time I blogged was at the beginning of March. It's quite embarrassing, and just goes to show you how much can happen in a couple of months.




Fella and I are finally moved in to our own place together in Saint Albans. It was quite a seamless move, aside from living out of boxes for the first few weeks, and swapping furniture over for our own. It's a lovely little flat, and I love it even more because it's our first place together. We're living in a converted Milliners Factory from the 1800s, I'm pleased to be living somewhere with a bit of history to it, I'm sure you can well imagine! I'm excited to get involved with the local heritage and history happenings in this beautiful place.

We've had two birthdays since we've been here. Fella's at the end of April, followed by my birthday at the end of May. Our two year anniversary is this Sunday - I honestly don't know where those two years have gone! Still exceptionally happy, and loved up.

Here are some pictures of my escapades from the end of May, featuring birthday night out antics, through to June.


My birthday was such a great night. Some of my closest friends from university came. I haven't seen the majority of them in ages so it meant a lot that they all made the effort to come. We went to Dirty Martini for happy hour first, and then to a club in Soho. 


As Papa G and my stepmum were on holiday when it was my birthday we had a belated catch up and celebration on Father's Day. My stepmum took me to Luton Hoo for cream tea. It was so nice to catch up with her, and I love being at the Hoo. I remember being quite peeved that it was sold to a hotel, but in hindsight I take it back. I'm so glad it was saved so it can be shared with everyone. 



Obligatory Louis pictures when Papa G went on holiday and I housesit, and of course looked after this little ginger fella!


He was very happy to see me! Everything I own is now covered in ginger and white hair mind you. Small sacrifice to make if you ask me. He hasn't got this in my face to sleep since he was around one years old. He is now six, and I can't tell you how much I loved the above moment. 



Be sure to check back on Saturday, when I share my review of the first episode of Philippa Gregory's 'The White Queen'. I had high hopes for it, what about you? I've been needing something to fill the void now Game of Thrones has finished until next year. You'll have to wait to read my thoughts - but hopefully a bit more of Richard will feature in the next episode, and the superb David Oakes in the role of George, Duke of Clarence.

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