As we come to the end of the year it brings me to that time of the month where i reflect on a few things that I’ve been loving in December.
Without further ado, let’s get started…
Paloma Faith – Guilty
You know one of those songs you hear and you like it so much you play it all the bloody time…this is one of them, I absolutely love it.
The funny thing is for years I have been calling her PAMOLA.
Surely I cant be the only one that has made that mistake.
The little big things by Henry Fraser
After seeing Henry on Jonathan Ross telling his very inspirational story and seeing what amazing talent he had after breaking his spinal cord and is now paralysed from the shoulder down it definitely pulled on my heartstrings.
To hear he had a memoir out with his story and copies of his art on some of the pages inside had me wanting to go buy it and then when I saw it was half price in WHSMITH for £6.49 I leapt at the chance. Its a must have.
When it comes to Christmas films I tend to go for the really old ones and Amazon Prime came to the rescue with one of my childhood favourites – The Gremlins.
It had me still cringing at the point when they go from cute ones like Gizmo and then transform into the torturous gremlins. I am not one for scary films so i still went to bed leaving a light on. Then my nephew came over and we had to watch it all over again. This gif below is one of my favourite parts where they are tricking Mrs Deagal to then send her full pelt out the window on her stairlift.
Thank goodness they aren’t actually real.
This will always be my favourite tipple and this month has been an excuse to have a little bit more. This is the only thing alcoholic i drink actually as it doesn’t seem to affect me too much. If you are ever going to sample it a few cubes of ice is my recommendation.
If you have a sweet tooth you’ll possibly like a drop of Dooleys.
Spending time with my family goes without saying really…
I am so lucky that my family all live pretty near so ts never long before we see each other. There’s always laughter and that to me is the best medicine there is.
Hope you all had a great Christmas, here’s to a fab new year.
Let’s see what favourites January brings…