Going out

March roundup

I always try to think how I would describe my month in the roundup and, without a doubt, I would say that is was busy. I’m doing a lot of things, that is true. I blogged about a new pair of boots from Selfridges. Also, I shared details about a guest we have in the […]

Sci-Fi Weekender

Sci-Fi Weekender

Last weekend, my husband and I went to Pwllheli at the Sci-Fi Weekender. The lovely Rebecca from becster asked us if we would want to go to the event last year as she wanted to share the tickets she won with us. We were very happy to hear and also very keen on going. Initially […]

Festus watching Schrödinger eating

Meet Schrödinger, our Guest

Meet Schrodinger, our feline guest. You might recognize him from a post I did last month called Unexpected Cat in the Kitchen. Between the beginning of February and the end of March, we’ve had cold weather a few times, even snow. I mentioned in that post that she might be a stray cat. Sadly it […]

New Office boots from Selfridges

New Office boots from Selfridges

It’s the end of March. Who would have guessed I will make a post called New Office boots from Selfridges? I would have imagined a post about shoes would make more sense. But, with the cold weather we have these days, it’s actually quite appropriate. And, of course, I did buy a pair of boots […]

Celebrity MUA Masterclass

Celebrity MUA Masterclass

This weekend I’ve been invited to Celebrity MUA Masterclass at St. George’s Hall, Liverpool. I was so excited to attend. Celebrity MUA Masterclass is organized in association with Debenhams Beauty Club. More details about Celebrity MUA Masterclass are available on their website. There are two more events in the following months, on 22nd April in […]

Conference Slaves of Fashion Archives, Art and Ethics

Conference: Slaves of Fashion: Archives, Art and Ethics

Yesterday I’ve attended Conference: Slaves of Fashion: Archives, Art and Ethics. It was a one-day conference organized by the School of Histories, Languages and Cultures, Liverpool University and National Museums Liverpool. The event was organized to accompany the special exhibition at Walker Art Gallery by The Singh Twins. I booked my ticket a couple of […]

Wild duck

Wild birds and days out

Spring is coming, so this means more days out as the weather gets better and better. I wanted to visit again Bramall Hall (I will blog about it soon) and I remembered seeing there the wild birds. If, like me, you like to feed the birds, remember white bread can be detrimental to them, as […]