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Five Things 23-26

Saturday, 30 June 2012

I've been really rubbish at my weekly Five Things related posts. I think I explained a few weeks ago that things weren't going so great (in terms of at work and stuff) and i didn't really go out or do anything for a few weeks there. Well I did have a lovely night out one weekend but i don't want to tell you all about that because sometimes there has to be a bit of privacy. Doesn't there?...

So now that i'm back in the blogging mood i thought i'd catch up on the Five Things post as that was neglected. I'll try and incorporate some good things from the past few weeks into this list. Hence the reason it may be longer than five.

1) Euro 2012. I love sports. I love football. I love F1. I love cycling. I love tennis. Well maybe not love tennis but you get the drift, i do love a bit of sport. And that's the reason the past month has been good. It's been a family affair with me and the parents settling down of an evening to watch one or two matches. We were sure Germany would win or at least be in the final but it's not to be. The final is tomorrow night and it's Spain V Italy. I've enjoyed watching both teams play and i think maybe, use maybe Italy may edge it.

2) I know I go on about them a lot but i just absolutely adore my two nephews, Ryan and Connor. They are a few of the only people that can make me smile at the very thought of them and when I'm in their company there's always a few laughs and jokes.

3) Linda. Started off as a colleague but now a brilliant, awesome friend. She gets me. We even finish off each others sentences. She now has a fab little family which includes gorgeous baby Kai. A cute little blonde boy with the longest eyelashes you've ever seen. He was a bit poorly the other week but still managed a wee smile.

4) Family. I've enjoyed a very good catch up and shopping trip with my cousin today. And i managed to only spend £9 so i was well chuffed. She was buying a dress for a wedding she's attending next week and a few other bits for work. We headed to Horton's bar in Glasgow for lunch. It was lovely in there. First time we'd both been. A bonus was that she's got a Gourmet Club card which meant we got 50% off the bill. Get in! £17 for both of ours, not bad at all. I'd go back there. It was nicely furnished with wooden floors and dark furniture. Big windows brought in streams of light from the dullish day. The toilets were downstairs and were so clean and lovely. Spacious too. Aways a good thing. The staff who served us were friendly and attentive bit not overly pushy or anything. Overall a nice place for a bit of lunch and a meet up with friends. It's just off Buchanan Street so not so out of the way either.

5) our new bathroom. This may seems bit of an odd one but we've had the same bathroom suite in for years and years. It was about time it was updated and on Monday it was. Now we have a nice new white site (the last one was coloured a little) and it may even make me start to take long luxurious baths. I say might. You see I'm more of a shower person. I like to be in and out in ten minutes except when i'm washing my hair, then I'm at least half an hour. So yeah, the new bath, the new tiny toilet with the one quick flush system and the deep sink. New charcoal grey floor tiles will complete the look once they are laid. Can't wait.

6) Levi jeans. Specifically Levi's Curve ID jeans. I bought two pairs of these jeans back in October last year. There was a sale on. I hadn't had a pair of Levi's since my old battered 501's circa 2001 that now are paint splattered but are very dear to me. With my genetic make up from my mum's side (big butt) i do find it difficult to get jeans or trousers to fit my shape and i'd read a lot about how these Curve ID jeans were meant to suit different shapes. I went into the shop and was measured to see which version i'd need. There's slight curve, demi curve and bold curve. I was sure i'd be a bold curve but the nice assistant said that she thought i was a demi curve. Result! not as big a butt as i'd feared. I tried them on and whilst it was a bit tight getting them on i got them fastened and they pulled my butt in, miraculously. She gave me a 28" waist. Inside i was dancing. This is a size 10 pair of Levi's. Small victories, big win. I hadn't been in size 10 Levi's for years. Anyhow, back to today. I've not been at as many spin classes as i'd like and i've eaten more packets of Haribo jellies than i'd ideally like so it was with great delight that i can still fit into my size 10 demi curve Levi jeans. Woohoo. A bit tight to get on straight after a wash but once on they really do feel like they mould to your shape. Well they feel like that on me anyway.

7) This new device i'm writing this very blog on is a revelation. Although i won't say too much as it's going back. There's a little black thing inside the screen. I can only describe it as a tear like line. Not sure if it's missing pixels or something. It's a real inconvenience but a new machine is on it's way and this one will be returned. Quite an easy process to be honest so can't complain too much. I love it already though. Just saying...

Ah i think that's enough just now. I'm going to have to go and concentrate on the tennis. Andy Murray is currently on centre court in a game that could go either way. I need to send him some good vibes. We all do... C'mon Andy!!

Angela x


The World Is Filled With Mondays

Monday, 25 June 2012

So I'm a bit of a notebook and stationary collector. I currently have two 2012 diaries and countless notebooks on the go, but last week at work I had to visit the campus bookshop to collect book tokens for student prizes and I noticed they've beefed up their Moleskine collection. Tantalisingly placed on the path to the till desk was a cardboard stand filled with limited edition Lego Moleskine notebooks. Two different sizes with various Lego pieces attached to them. Now, I was a Lego fan when I was a child. We used to get new sets each Christmas along with some sticklebricks (remember those?). I ooh'd and aaah'd at these diaries while the assistant got my book tokens ready. Aside from academic books, the John Smith book shop always has a decent selection of cards and pens so I browsed. And then I saw this!!... A cute little Moleksine Peanuts 2012-2013 academic year diary in the pocket size. Cayootie patootie.

It just caught my eye straight away. Only problem was I only brought enough money for a bag of Golden Wonder cheese n onion crisps (the book tokens had been prepaid). I asked the assistant if I could put this aside and come back later and she agreed. This was the only one in the shop so you'll see my anxiety at the thought of not having this cute little thing. She put it away and I went back later on to pay and collect it.

At the moment my diary is a red 2012 one. It's a week to view with a notes page. I use it for blogging notes and recording such exciting things as paying my car tax. I know!...

As you can see the Peanuts diary came with two sets of cute little stickers. I'm a sucker for this kind of thing.

I can't wait to start using it. I've not marked anything in it yet. I just know there's going to be lots... Until then, goodbye.

Angela x

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Sunday, 24 June 2012

Yesterday was my mum and dad's 39th wedding anniversary. We spent it as usual, they went to Morrison's for the weekly shopping and I stayed at home and tidied up the kitchen a bit (which is midway through a facelift). I usually venture out every weekend. Cinema, Stirling, shopping in Glasgow. But this week I've been feeling the need to be safely ensconced at home with the family. I think it's because of everything that's happening at work just now. I need some comfort, some sanctuary, no bitching and no stress. That's what the past few weeks at work have been. It's amazing what people can turn in to. But I'm not going to dwell too much on that, because that is the reason I'm feeling rubbish.

The past week has seen me cook curry, bake sticky toffee pudding, help out with the decorating, watching the Euro football matches, laugh, discuss programmes, and generally just loving being in the secure comfort and easy going atmosphere of my home, with my mum and dad. Sure, there were a few heated discussions on paint choices but we've finally settled on a gorgeous colour called deep amethyst. A lovely dark (but not too dark) plum purple colour. It's going on the one full wall in the kitchen, the feature wall. To compliment it we've opted for ivory spray for the other two bits of walls. The perfect mix.

On Monday the new bathroom is being fitted. Hopefully the tiles we already have up on the walls won't get too damaged. But a change is happening on the floor tiles. I'm trying to persuade them dark charcoal floor tiles will set off the new white suite perfectly.

We'll then move onto the stairs. Just a fresh coat of white paint for that. Having two nephews really plays havoc with white walls!
Then it'll be the living room. Traditionally an all cream affair but we've picked a nice paper rom Kelly Hoppen's range. Modern yet classic, in taupe. I can't wait til it's all finished. It'll be lovely.

Back to anniversaries. It was my 8 year anniversary at work this week. On June 21 to be exact. I was a bit down if I'm honest. But only because of what has been happening lately. I love my job. I love working with the students, many of whom are now so young I feel kinda protective of them and do my very best for each and every one of them. Or at least I try, but with more than 500 on my books then I hope they can forgive me if I don't recognise them at first sight! I love the place to work. There's normally a good atmosphere, normally. I'm hoping that this isn't that start of the end. 8 years. What could I have done in 8 years? Who knows.

What were you doing 8 years ago?

Angela x

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Friday, 22 June 2012

..i haven't properly posted for a while. Life has become slightly stressy. Work life that is. I've also not posted a Friday five things for about 3 weeks. Because aside from my wonderful family and two fabulous friends in Linda and Brigitte, then not much else has been worthy of a mention in Friday five things post. I've even got that the wrong way around. Gah!

Hopefully things will calm themselves down in the next few days. I'm gonna try to post over this weekend. Honest.

I wish i could just purge all the things flying around my head at the moment onto paper but... I can't.

Anyway... til the weekend.

Angela x

NOTD - Essie Bahama Mama

Sunday, 17 June 2012

I got Boots vouchers through the post. Those quarterly little tear off vouches you get with your Boots points statements. I've been spending more money in there lately so I've notched up quite a few points. Also,this time the vouchers they'd enclosed were more useful to me than the previous ones. So on my first day off in a few weeks (or a month at least), i took myself off to Glasgow to buy some things I'd read about online. Whilst in Boots i never intended to buy even more nail polish but this voucher I'd got was 2 x Essie nail polishes for £12. Only a £2.99 saving on buy 2 separate bottles but it was enough to get me to open my purse. I bought Fiji, the much talked about pastel pink shade and I got this lush colour that caught my eye! I give you Essie Bahama Mama. A lush cream mid maroon colour. Now, when i say maroon i really mean wine, or burgundy. Or juicy grape? You can decide for yourself. The pics below, although taken on my iPhone 4S, are pretty close to the exact colour you can achieve on the nails.

I'd been after a colour just like this since I'd bought OPI Lincoln Park After Dark and realised that it was in fact a bit too dark for my finger nails, great on the toes though. This doesn't have shimmer in it and was opaque in two coats. It's that sophisticated dark polish you can wear with jeans or a nice dress. Once again the wider brush on the Essie polishes from Boots is a dream to use. I LOVE a wide brush. The consistency of this polish is great. The right side of thick, and thin enough to move.

nice wide brush on the Essie polishes
Essie Bahama Mama (left), Essie Fiji (right)
I think this will be my go to 'dark' polish. It was a purchase on a whim and I'm glad that whim took my fancy. I've not tried Fiji yet but I'll let you know how that goes later...

Angela x


The Olympic Torch

Wednesday, 13 June 2012

This Olympic torch is making it's way around the country just now. Earlier this morning it passed by the front gate of the University of Stirling (incidentally, where I work). We headed down to catch a glimpse of it. There are some photos below.

I have to say that for a minute there I got all patriotic. That soon disappeared when the corporate sponsored Olympic floats came into view. All Coca Cola, Samsung and Bank of Scotland. Pah.

There weren't any 'famous' people carrying the torch around these parts but it must've been great for the young girl who ran past us. Something she can tell people for the rest of her life. Pretty cool.

Angela x


NOTD: Essie Tour De Finance

Tuesday, 12 June 2012

This past weekend's nails took a turn towards the seaside. Well, not the actual seaside but like a stick of rock you'd buy from a seafront souvenir stall. Lovely bright fuchsia hot pink with a shot of tiny blue/purple toned shimmer. i know, that's some description hey. You can sort of see what I mean in the photos.

slight purple blue shimmer shot through hot pink
This, my friends, is the luscious Tour De Finance from Essie. Fast becoming a favourite nail polish brand. This is from the Essie Spring collection launched a few months back and is still available. I was immediately drawn to the pop of pink. But when it arrived i loved that fact that it had that shot of purple blue shimmer in it. It gives a real depth. I bought this from my favourite eBay shop so it doesn't come with the new wider brush that the current collection in Boots has. I do love a wide brush. In saying that, applying this slowly with the thinner brush was fine for me. I'm getting better at nail polish application.

The formula is good on these polishes. Not too thick or too runny either. As always I use 2 coats because i can't be bothered waiting on a third coat to dry. But if you want that perfect opaque then three coats is your friend. I don't talk away wear either as I get so impatient that i swap colours every few days. What can i say i like to change it up a bit.

close up using macro lens on iPhone 4S

This is a colour that make me smile when I look at it. Perfect for the summer months and sure to give any outfit a lift. I prefer these hot pinks to corals. They suit my paler skin tone better. But, I think i may have found a perfect coral pink shade too. More on that in another post...

For now, Essie Tour De Finance. Great colour. Good application. 

For info, all photos in this post were taken using the iOS camera app on my iPhone 4S. Close ups were taken using my macro lens. Pretty good.

Angela x

May Beauty Favourites

Monday, 11 June 2012

So I'm going to try doing these favourites posts every month because i really enjoy reading these posts on other blogs (and also watching the favourites videos on YouTube but i ain't that brave yet). So here's my attempt at May favourites. Beauty favourites in case you didn't realise!


1) Macadamia natural oil deep repair masque
I got this from my one and only Joliebox a few months back and it lay in my box until i decided my dry curly hair needed a pick me up. Oh my gosh it's lush and smells great. After the first use my hair was soft and the colour was brighter too (I have ombred blonde ends). The curls sat better too and were a bit more bouncy. It's been ages since I've put any sort of mask on my hair and this was so good I've done it 3 weekends in a row and repurchased another sachet. Try it. £3.25 for 30ml sachet.

2) Caudalie beauty elixir spray
Admittedly i wasn't sure what this was for, a toner of sorts i think but i kinda like it a lot. I use it in the morning after my first facial cleanse and then if i need a little pick me up during the day, and best of all i use it after my spin classes. I got to 3-4 per week and i find that after my shower this is quite cooling on my bright pink face. Much has been said about the smell but i actually quite like it and don't mind it at all. This is the small bottle and I'm annoyed i missed the larger sized on Buyapowa when it was on sale! £9.90 for 30ml spray.

3) Nuxe reve de miel lipbalm
I'm a sucker for all things lip related. I've been a huge fan of the Burt's Bee's lip balm in the little yellow tin but lately I've been trying others out. This came up on someone else's blog and i thought I'd try it. What hooked me was the description was of a matt lip balm. I liked that idea. It is expensive at £9.50 a pot but a little goes a long way (such a cliche) and it will last a long time. The texture is slightly gritty. Not so gritty that it's horrible on the lips though. You scoop a little from the pot with a clean ring finger and rub over the lips. The 'grit' sort of melts away leaving you with a good coating of silky smoothness. I LOVE the smell too. Citrus orangey i think. Whatever it is i just open the pot and take a sniff as required. I like this a lot and it'll take a while for me to use it up and use it up i will.

4) First Aid Beauty ultra repair cream
First Aid Beauty wasn't a brand I'd heard of before until I'd heard Fleur from Fleur De Force YouTube videos mention it. You can buy this in Boots, Fell Unique and on Beauty Bay. I suffer from really dry/dehydrated skin all over my body including face. It gets worse in winter. I've been using Palmer's coco butter but wanted something a bit more...well something that hydrated my skin better. Believe me over the years i have tried all manner of products of varying price ranges. This was a lovely whipped, fragrance free, non greasy cream. There's no harsh chemicals or parabens. I got it in the squeezy tube (50ml). I think it's meant for the face too but I didn't use it on my face. It gave my legs a good hydration and they felt soooo smooth. The smoothest they've been for a while. The tube is £8 which means that larger tub is knocking on for £20. This is probably too expensive for me to repurchase but i loved this cream. It does help my skin, especially down my shins where i do get scaly patches if I'm not careful. I've repurchased the First Aid Beauty body moisturiser to give it a try. It's cheaper for a larger bottle and I'll let you know how that goes.

5) Real Techniques powder and blush brushes
Now, until about 4 years ago i was never *never* in to make up. And then I started to dabble. I think one of the first things i bought was the Benefit dandelion blusher in the cute little box. I still have it. Anyways, long story short, i never owned a proper make up brush until about a year ago when I bought a few MAC brushes and a couple from Sigma. Then i read all about these Real Techniques brushes from Samantha Chapman of Pixiwoo fame. Again i was late to that party and can confirm that the Pixiwoo girls' videos are some of the best tutorials I've watched. Being totally make up application-phobic I've learnt a few tricks on there. So, when Boots were doing their 3for2 offer thing a few months back i bought these 2 brushes. They're soft and gentle and the hairs have not yet shed anything to date. A huge bonus. The ends are flat so that you can stand them up which is handy when you're kinda in a rush and doing your face quickly. The powder brush is HUGE and i use this for bronzer. I've been using it almost every day this past few weeks since the sun has come out. Swirl in the bronzer and dust over the face. Done quick as a flash. Same thing with the blusher brush. It's smaller and tapered slightly. This gives a more precise application. I love these brushes. I want to buy more but not sure which ones tot go for. Ideally it'd be the buffing brush but that only comes as part of a set at the moment so i;m not sure. Hopefully Boots will do the 3for2 offer again and i can buy more. Really recommend these brushes. Mid-range prices too: powder (orange) £12.99, blusher (pink) £9.99.


6) MAC melba matt blush
Been using this a lot more lately since the weather has been good. It's a good colour on me and it's really pigmented so you don't need that much. It's a neutral shade, a soft coral peach, that gives my skin a nice glow, even though it's matt. Probably what i mean is it gives my cheeks a nice natural flush of colour. Yes, that's much more like it. It's pretty long lasting on me too which is good if i'm out all day. £17.50

7) MAC tendertone lip balm in tread gently from the Shop Cook collection (top right in picture)
Another lip product! Great for a slick of shiny loveliness on the lips. In the pot it's a yellow colour with a golden shimmer. It translates pretty well on the lips too. Well, not the yellow colour but it gives a nice sheen with added shimmer. Good if your going out and can't be bothered with reapplying lipstick. I actually quite like potted lip products. I know some people don't like it but if it's my fingers only in the pot then for me that's fine. The smell! Great fruity smell here, i believe kiwi? But yeah, love this lip balm. I also have this is Hush, Hush which is more bronze golden toned. Since these were in a limited edition MAC collection I'm not sure they'll be available any more. You can try.

8) Toni and Guy sea salt spray
My hair is naturally curly and i wear it that way most days. I spray this on after i blow dry my hair and then on day 2 or 3 of i need to spruce it up again. It smells great too so if you've been somewhere smelly, like a chippy (smileyface) then you can give your hair a spritz with this and you'll have nice smelling hair again. It can get a bit tuggy if you spray too much though so be liberal with it. It gives my hair that nice matt textured beachy look and with my ombred colour i just love it...and it's been a year since i've been near a beach! This was the mini sized bottle i got to try out so was only around £2.50.

9) Boots No 7 exquisite curly mascara
These are amongst my favourite mascaras. I love the Extreme length one too. I got this for £8 since i had a £5 No 7 voucher that they give you when you buy stuff. Some mascara and eye products really irritate my eyes leaving then runny but I find these mascaras to be non irritating which is good. My lashes look good and long when i wear this. It's also easily removed with my Taaj micellar water or Liz Earle cleansers too. It doesn't clog on me or leave me with the end of the day panda eyed looked. A real bonus. I hate that look on people. I've tried lots of other mascara brands but end up back here at No 7 because i know they work for me.

Well i think that's all for now. I've used many other things last month (May) but i wanted to limit the amount i write in these posts. I've already got a June favourite too! See you next time.

Angela x

EDIT: I can't believe i forgot to add in the St Motritz fake tan. £2.99 from Bodycare. Less smelly than my usual Fake Bake and gives me a better glowy tan too. Not very much to say really. It works for me and no longer will i be spending more than £3 on fake tan.

One Weekend, Two Movies - Snow White and Prometheus

Sunday, 10 June 2012

Before I begin, heed this warning - Spoiler Alert! Not so much about the plot but about people in these movies. You have been warned.

So I went to see Snow White and the Huntsman last Saturday evening. I'd been looking forward to this one since I first saw the trailer back in February. When we arrived it was empty but slowly the screen started to fill with families. Little kids, less than 12 years old. I wouldn't have said it was a kids movie, although 12A rated. Anyhow they were running around playing tig and doing cartwheels down the front before it started. Weird.
This film stars Kristen 'twilight' Stewart and Kim from Home and Away (Chris Hemsworth). I know! but as you know I love getting my daily Home and Away fix and he'll always be that boy to me. He's been around a lot lately.... Thor, The Avengers...

Anyway, in this film he has a faint Scottish accent, akin to those from Braveheart, who aren't actually Scottish. His voice is so deep he gets away with it though. The story is the one of Snow White (obviously) but a bit darker than the Mirror Mirror version i also enjoyed a few weeks ago.  The scenes in the dark forest and then the enchanted forest are pretty cool. The animals all come to life where you'd least expect them. The troll bridge is by far the coolest creature thing in the movie but the best thing for me was when the dwarves appeared. Ian McShane, Ray Winstone and Bob Hoskins as well as others that you'l recognise from various bit parts across tv and film. Very funny little bunch. A pleasant surprise. Charlize Theron was the evil queen. She played it well but with too much wailing and that dead behind the eyes look that she some how comes up with again in Prometheus.

I won't regale the plot (you probably already sorta kinda know how it goes anyway) but overall I enjoyed it a lot.

SPOLER ALERT - you have been warned. Don't read any further if you don't want to know certain parts. I'm going to describe some scenes.....

Sunday i headed to see Prometheus. Now, i'm not a sci-fi movie fan by any stretch of the imagination. I've never seen most of them. But this one I wanted to see. Something had me hooked...
Again, i'm not going to go into the plot. I'm not sure I fully understand what it was (was I supposed to have watched the Alien films before this?). What I will say is that visually it was awesome. The scenery of the planet (Iceland was used I believe) was stunning. The spaceship had all mod cons as you'd expect from a space ship in 2093 and the vehicles were also cool. What was even cooler was Fassbender's David. An android. Without feeling, but with actually some feeling (I believe). He went about his business in this straight faced, well postured gait with his wee flip flops on. Dying his hair to match that of some old movie star from way back when. He is by far the best thing in it. The next best thing is Rafe Spall. I'd seen his name in the credits and honestly when he was on screen he was good. Quite charismatic, well as much as you can be with a huge toothy grin and geeky glasses. He was like Steve Buscemi's Rockhound from Armageddon. Haha I can hear you spit out your tea at my comparison. Calm down dears! I liked Armageddon. Onto Noomi Rapace. Hhhmmm she was good, lets face it, the film was mostly centred around her. There were times I was thinking to myself "no, it's a bit too much. Draw back a bit". By that I mean she was intense. To the point I felt it was a bit over the top. But, granted, she was performing a self cesarian section so perhaps it was required. Actually, talking of which a guy sitting two seats long from me stumbled to his feet and down the stairs out. He looked like he was going to be sick.

Charlize Theron was all stiff and authoritative. She actually didn't really do that much. Idris Elba's captain was good. Believable.

That's it. Nothing more on stories here. Go and see these movies. They're worth a watch at least.

Angela x



Tuesday, 5 June 2012

Suddenly it hit me. I realised that I hadn't been so close to a boy that I could actually smell lovely aftershave from him. And yet here I was, sniffing lovely aftershave from a boy.


Sometimes, when you sit back and think about things, you realise these funny little facts about yourself.

There are more. I'll save them for a other day.

Angela x

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Five things #22

Monday, 4 June 2012

..on a Monday, I know, I know. Late again...

1) observing Twitter from afar. When you're feeling a bit meh, Twitter can be a little overwhelming so last week I decided to take a time out. With a big T. It was refreshing. It was also interesting to dip in and out and catch up on the goings on. Because, you know, you never like to feel out of the loop do you. It's a real eye opener. There's the usual tomfoolery from spoof accounts, the innuendo loaded tweets from one party to another pretending to be all innocent, the down right cheeky, the laugh out loud really belly achingly good responses, the news stuff and many many more. I like it. So why did I feel the need for a time out? well, there comes a point where the bullshit and constant moany tweets gets too much and rather than hit reply to all the draft tweets I create I just stepped away from the edge. Simple. It worked. Word up though quit the moaning will you. It doesn't become you.

2) I read two books last week. TWO WHOLE BOOKS. Unheard of by me. Couldn't put them down.

3) Three films in one week. Movie fest. They were varying degrees of ridiculousity but all very good and worth a watch. What to expect when you're expecting was a movie of people on the verge of parenthood. There was Jennifer Lopez and Cameron Diaz looking all buff and toned and muscular arms to rival that of Madonna! Wowsers, arm envy. It was a laugh and a little bit sad at the end, sad in a good way though. It was pretty funny at parts too. Sure the acting wasn't that intense but hey it was a Tuesday night and worth a look. Oh! BONUS ALERT. The hot guy from Love Actually is in it too! you know the one ladies. He's just about to seduce Laura Linney's character (to the tune of Norah Jones) when her brother calls. Yes, him!
Next up was Snow White and The Huntsman and Prometheus. More on those in the next post.

4) Whilst at the cinema I finally saw the new Batman trailer. Oh my god! When Bane came on the scene it sent tingles right through me. Cannot wait for this to come out.

5) Meeting a friend you've not seen for a while. Always nice, isn't it.

Angela x