Happy Sunday, everyone! Here in merry old England it is warm but kinda cloudy and I am not into that at all, so I'm essentially staying in my room, 'tidying' (blogging) and 'looking for jobs' (reading) because what else are Sundays for? Exactly.
So, I missed last week's Sunday Sundries. MY BAD. It's especially my bad because the most exciting thing (to me) happened and it deserves a moment of pause:
I feel like it might be a better present for everyone who knows me than for me because I am so eager to use it at all times that I keep baking things. I made cupcakes the day after I got it, and then less than a week later (i.e. Wednesday) I made a chocolate loaf cake (so good) and I'm considering making some cookies today, so, yeah. I'm baking the hell out of stuff, does anyone want some baked goods because seriously, I want to make them!
In further excitement, I went to see King Lear and it was actually quite a good production (King Lear is notoriously difficult to perform and stage). Even better, I bought the cheapest ticket because I'm not a millionaire, but I presume they didn't sell enough (poor Shakespeare) so I got upgraded to a way better seat for no money, which totally felt like winning.
And now we realise that it's a good job that I didn't Sunday Sundries at you last week, because I don't really have anything to tell about this week, apart from, you know, work and so on. Friday was my dad's birthday so I went to see him and eat food, then slept at my parents' so I could meet my auntie's boyfriend's dog (I have my priorities right) and also to be fed and generally looked after for a day because who doesn't want that?! Nobody, that's who.
Which just about brings us up to now. In book news, I'm really trying to read less books at once which is why I started two new books this week when I was already reading two (*sigh*) but being in the middle of four books is still less than I was in the middle of at the start of May, so... baby steps? In life news, the soundtrack to my entire life for the whole of May so far has been the soundtrack to Hamilton, and OH MY GOD. I feel like a fool for not listening to all of the Americans I know (sorry, guys) in like January about how good it is, but I have now learnt my lesson and it's all I can listen to. If I had a bucket list, basically all that would be on it at the moment is seeing Hamilton (and it better come to London soon, or so help me God...) and ARGH HOW IS IT SO GOOD?!?!?!?!?!
I know. I'm a thousand years behind everything. But at least I know now!
So that is me. What have you been up to, tell me everything.
I assure you normal people care very much about Kitchenaids. Unless all the people I know are abnormal. This is highly possible...but not guaranteed. They (Kitchenaids - not all the weird, I mean, normal people I know) do tend to make baking more enjoyable. Have fun making all your friends and family fat! ;-)ReplyDelete
YAY! I'm glad that people care about Kitchenaids because they are so awesome! Side note- I feel like allllll the people I know are abnormal, so I'm sure all your people are too... In a good way! Hahaha.ReplyDelete
Kitchenaids are SUPER EXCITING! (I got the one my mom had when I was little when she decided to buy a new one. I don't know why she bought a new one since this one still works perfectly because they are made to laaaaaaaaast).ReplyDelete
You are forgiven for ignoring all of us over here when we were RAVING about Hamilton. Because OMG ISN'T IT SO GOOD???
YES HAMILTON! I listened to it on Spotify when I just couldn't get away from all my US and some UK internet people raving about it, and since downloading the album I've been listening to it pretty much NON-STOP (haha) on my phone. Which is weird because I've never had any interest in rap or US historical politicians.ReplyDelete
I really need to do a life-update post on my blog, it's been nearly a month since I wrote anything. I've just not felt much like blogging, not for any bad reason, just not having that much to say about the books I've read, and I've been busy writing my time-travel boarding-school novel.
And now I'm going off in search of cake. Toodle-pip!