*Turns face back and forth* Can you see any extra wrinkles?
As of Thursday, I'm now the grand ol' age of 26 - moving into a whole new age bracket on multiple-choice forms, and no longer scraping into the Young Person category for National Trust membership (which costs less than half the price of an adult one). Boo.
On the plus side, I managed to stretch my birthday celebrations out over three days; which I reckon is pretty good going. I also only worked on Tuesday and Wednesday - something I could very easily get used to!
|Birthday cards and a pretty new book|
I spent Thursday morning chilling out at home with Marmite on toast and Sarah Moore's Vintage Home (a present from Tom, which I asked for after reading the lovely Anna's review), followed by an afternoon of
|It also involved a lot of my new favourite tea. |
This stuff is SERIOUSLY delicious. Seriously.
Tom and I spent Friday exploring Groombridge Place, which was so amazing I've decided it's worthy of a post of all of its own - so you'll have to keep your eyes peeled later in the week. It involved giant swings**, drunken gardens, and raptors. You know it's going to be good.
Yesterday Tom and I hosted my birthday party, which meant a morning of cleaning the house, making salads, and lining up cakes, before an afternoon of eating too much BBQ food, copious laughter with some of my all time favourite people, and plenty of rum.
|Believe it or not, five kinds of cake is pretty restrained for one of my parties...|
Today has involved tea with my parents, leftover BBQ food, and scoffing miniature scones whilst catching up on some good TV. Tomorrow will centre around counting down the minutes until Made in Chelsea Season 7 starts. Eep!
What did you get up to this week?
P.S. I'm linking this post up with the fabulous Hannah's The Week That Was: Captured (TWTWC).
* Sorry, I've been watching too much Nashville.
** Honestly- those swings have ruined regular-sized swings for me, forever. It was totally worth it.