It’s been a funny old week, but here are some things I’m grateful for.
Before heading to a blogger event, Claire & I grabbed some food nearby at Ed’s Diner in Euston. I decided to be good and went for the chicken Caesar salad, which was deeeeelish! We’ll just ignore that big, thick milkshake in the corner…
Thursday night I was invited to Pullman St Pancras for drinks and a live music gig from French electro band, Sauvage, who had composed a brand new original song for the hotel chain. We also were given a mini tour of the Pullman with sneak peeks of some of the suites. Boy, do these rooms have amazing views! I really loved the interior of this hotel. It felt luxury, but modern enough that I didn’t feel too out of place in my skinny jeans and trainers.
It was off to West Ham on Saturday night to watch The Boyf and his band headline a wee gig at Arch 1. I’d never been here before, but Arch 1 is a sweet and cosy little venue. Perfect for a lovely acoustic night with stools and cushions of all shapes and sizes around the room. But then, all the seats were moved out of the way so we could all jump around for Red Hook!
Cinema Date for 1
I’ve never been to the cinema on my own before, but d’you know what? It was alright! You can go last minute, pick a film YOU want to watch and sit wherever YOU want to sit. I went to see Captain America: Civil War and it. Was. AWESOME! And for the record – Team Spidey. Always.
Although there has not been much change to Amy’s current condition, she is still with us, fighting, which is bloody amazing as it’s now been over 3 weeks. We also passed the £10,000 mark last week, so thank you to anyone that has donated. You can still donate as there is no limit to how much can be raised. Amy is still in a coma and it is still unclear how much longer she will remain in it. So if you can spare a couple of quid, please do. Keep your prayers and thoughts coming. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart.
See what I got up to last week. What have been your #HumpDayHigh5 moments from the past 7 days?