Kite flying Portstewart

Catching Up with #LittleLoves

I missed the last two weeks Little Loves with Morgana! I can hardly believe it myself, as I really enjoy these posts, regardless of how imaginative my links are to the headings! So this week I have pulled some of the highlights from the last few weeks to share with you.

Watched:

We still haven’t got our television aerial fixed, and to make matters worse, I think we’ve either broken Netflix or maybe there is a limit to how many times you can watch Thomas the Tank Engine on repeat before it shuts down? So for Mr C’s birthday last week I bought him The Hunger Games set. I know, I know, we are just about the last people on earth to watch this. I thought it was quite good, and not nearly as gory as I expected, which was what was putting me off in the first place. ย In fact, it wasn’t really gory or scary at all, if you are one of those few remaining people waiting to watch it – go ahead. You won’t regret it!

The Hunger Games dvd

Read:

Take a Look at Me Now by Miranda Dickson. This book was an easy read, but with more depth to the characters and plot than some chic lit. Basically the main character’s life disintegrates and she takes a wee holiday to San Francisco to get back on track. Worth a read if you like easy woman’s fiction.

Listened:

Nothing to note here, however I am planning to tune in to the very first digital Country radio station which is going to broadcast here in a few weeks. I hope Downtown Country makes the effort to appeal to the young country music fans in Northern Ireland. I think they will, but time will tell!

Wore:

Aaron has been testing some new bibs from Funky Giraffe. You can read about that here.

Funky Giraffe Bib

I was invited out to Bushmills Inn for dinner, so I had to make an effort, and even painted my nails. Bushmills Inn is near the Giant’s Causeway, and attracts a diverse range of tourists and locals. I had a beautiful meal, and next time I go, I will have to take my camera! You would be drooling!!!

Pink Paws nail polish

Pink Paws by W7

 

Made:

You may know I am having some work done to my house, and the builders said they would ‘make’ a start at Easter. If you have ever had dealings with builders yourself, you may understand my surprise, when I came home from a week’s holiday to find they had indeed ‘made’ a start! Hurrah! There’s not much to see yet, but I’m excited eckkk!!!

Spade against wood shed

And Lastly:

The second week of the Easter holidays we spend at a house in Portstewart. Lots of different family members came and went, and it was lovely just to have a break, and it was sunny! I fully intend to write a specific post all about it, and pick out some of the 500 photos I took and share them with you! (The problem with digital cameras is I just don’t know when to stop clicking!) ย Here is one I love of Lewis and Mr C flying their kite at sunset on Portstewart Strand.

Kite flying Portstewart

And that, is a very brief overview of some of the things I have been loving lately!

I hope you all enjoyed your Easter Holidays?

 

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10 thoughts on “Catching Up with #LittleLoves

  1. Alice W

    Hunger Games is amazing, I definitely recommend the books, they’re even better! Sounds like a lovely holiday, and hurrah for good builders, hope it’s all going smoothly ๐Ÿ™‚ have a fun weekend xx

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  2. anotherbun1

    That is a beautiful photo at the end there – looking forward to seeing more from your trip. Hope you have a great weekend.

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    1. mydaysni Post author

      Hurrah, I wasn’t last for a change. Hunger Games films were certainly watchable, if not quite as exciting as some people make out!

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  3. Mummy Hearts You

    Love your nail colour! I used to love putting H in little bandana bibs! So cute and your little one looks adorable.. Not seen Mockingjay yet, but dying too!! Popping over from the #littlelove linky

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  4. lifeatthelittlewood

    Such a gorgeous photo at the end Mel! Wasn’t Easter week amazing weather-wise? I’m really hoping we get some more sunshine soon – it gives you a wee taste for Summer! ๐Ÿ™‚ Very exciting indeed about the building work – I’m looking forward to see it taking shape xx

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  5. A Little Londoner

    There is nothing worse than the TV not working, when we moved back to Ireland we didn’t have a working TV for 3 weeks, boxsets on repeat was all we had!! Love the funkygiraffe bibs, I bough so many of those when Amelia was born, love the different styles and that there is no leak through! Love the kite picture, have a great weekend xxxx

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