When I think back to Christmas in my childhood, I always remember the experiences – big family dinners, the way the house smelt like ‘proper coffee’ and cheese boards that lasted well into the New Year. What I don’t remember so much is the presents…
I’ve always hated putting the Christmas tree up, I don’t know why, I’m a grinch. I don’t mind it once it’s there but actually going through the rigmarole of getting it and decorating it isn’t for me. But… since buying a house and having to take the lead on decorating, unless I want the season to pass unmarked, I’ve adopted a technique that has made it all a bit more enjoyable.
It’s that time of the year again where you might get roped into taking part in the office Secret Santa. It’s all ok if you end up with a good gift but let’s face it you probably need to start practicing your fake laugh/smile for when you get gifted several items of unicorn themed stationary that you can’t possibly take to your quarterly forecasting meeting!
Hidden gems… I literally hate it when articles label anything as a hidden gem when it really isn’t. I read so many articles on social media nowadays that claim to list the ‘5 best hidden gems in Nottingham’ and then go on to list a load of places that sure ain’t hidden. Continue reading “Nottingham’s Hidden Gems: White Rabbit Teahouse”
It’s an exciting weekend in our house because tonight’s the night that tickets to Tom’s new Supper Club – Kushi-Ya go on sale.
Today we decided to nip up the road to Southwell, we haven’t been for a while and last time we were there for a trip to the garden centre so didn’t really get to explore the town.