A yummy soup for you!
I've written many times about my IMMENSE love for all things H&M from day/night dresses to kidswear, home and accessories, it's one of my all-time favourite high street stores and the maker of my most beloved LBD in the world, ever!
This Sunday was the first day of spring and the sunniest we've had since last summer, so there couldn't have been a more perfect day to head to Sheffield and take part in the incredible Sport Relief's Games. Ready...Steady...Go!
Saturday saw us head out in the sunshine for a glorious day at the most tranquil and captivating of Georgian mansions: Beningbrough Hall in York. It was the day before spring had officially sprung but the gardens told us otherwise.
This weekend has been pretty damn perfect.
In Italy they call it Sprezzatura... And in English it translates as 'a studied nonchalance, perfect conduct or performance of something (as an artistic endeavour) without apparent effort'.
We're Greek Orthodox here (I was born in the UK, both my parents are originally Greek Cypriot), and as the Greek Orthodox Church uses the Julian calendar to calculate when Easter falls, not the Gregorian, our Easter fell last Sunday just gone, a week after English Easter.
The weekend was one relaxing affair, we stayed at my folks' house, the home I grew up in on Saturday night so Peter and I could enjoy a rare date night, and all woke up to buttery warm bagels and the best babysitters in town. Bliss.
To brighten up this Monday, I have an exciting competition for all your Shaun the Sheep fans out there-this Sunday (25 January 2015) you could be walking the red carpet with your family at the the world premier of Shaun the Sheep Movie.