Happy Monday everyone. Hope you've had a lovely weekend?
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Today I am sharing some pictures from a night out with my husband last week in Nottingham. We had a meal out and a few drinks before catching the train back home. It was lovely spending a few hours on our own, especially now everyone but me in the house is Pokemon mad!!
It is so lovely to see the weather back on track again. Hopeful we have seen the last of the snow. Yesterday it was such a beautiful day. The sun was shining, sky was blue and doesn't the warmer weather make you feel better? I have been ill all week from a horrible cough, maybe brought on with the weather turning cold again.
Today I am sharing some photo's from before the snow arrived. We took a lovely family walk around Sherwood forest in Nottinghamshire. A selfie with The Major Oak anyone? Bless, he is looking old now!
It was such a miserable day and pouring it down with rain. I always get a nostalgic feeling when I see one. Temporarily warming me up!! Did you know the minimum you can put in a call box now to make a call is 60p !!! It was 10p when I last used one. Inflation.......
My son was racing here and he came home so muddy!!
Can't wait to go back another day when the sun is shining!
We have had a fun packed week as the kids and even hubby were off school and work for half term holidays. Double busy, even when the weather was not great. The best day of the week was Monday, we tried to make the most of it.
On Monday we went to visit Sherwood Forest in Edwinstowe, Nottinghamshire. The weather was amazing for the time of year and the sun was shining brightly. Not like the rest of the week, as mentioned, which was dull and rainy.
Last Saturday me, hubby and two youngest children all got to meet up with our eldest Sons/ little 2's Brothers in Nottingham for the day. I think study; Uni sounds like none stop parties for the first few weeks!
Youngest of the 2, sounds like he has freshers flu, or just a little horse from all the late nights out and shouting.
It was great to get to see them, things are so quiet around here since they left. I got to hear all about what they have been up to! Well I'm sure I didn't get to know everything!!
I could not resist a quick shoe picture in the Autumn fallen leaves...
We have been non stop this week with the kids off school and my Husband off work. Lots of fun days out. From Lincoln to London.
On Sunday we went for a day out on the train to Nottingham. This is not too far away from home, always delivering a smashing day. The now annual Milk Race is back in the city. After being bored on the train on the way in, with the hubby telling us all about the original Milk Race. When he was a lad!! We had a good walk round the City, some retail therapy, had our traditional walk up-to the Castle. Then finally went to encourage some cyclists in the Milk Race. If we are not exercising ourselves, cheering others on is always good fun..
According to some research undertaken by Fragrance Direct, the most popular fragrance in Nottingham is Daisy By Marc Jacobs...
When it comes to buying perfume I am a little old fashioned. Whenever I have perfume as a gift off my Hubby or family I always say I want the same brand. I have stuck with Cacharel's Lou Lou for over 25 years. I still love it after all this time.
When it comes to picking a different bottle of perfume it is hard to choose. Do you go for a bottle which stands out more than the others? One that has been inspired by someone famous, just because you like them? Or keep smelling the testers until they all blend in to one in the same. As I say I end up with the same one as I cannot decide.
Last week Fragrance Direct emailed me about some research about the top selling perfume in Nottingham. They found that Daisy by Marc Jacobs is the most popular fragrance in the City. I must admit I have had my eye on this perfume for a while now, dropping hints at Christmas that my husband failed to pick up on.
If I could have picked any bottle of perfume to review it would have been Daisy. So I was very excited to get the chance to test it out. Once my perfume arrived, I tried it out straight away. My eldest son said, "what perfume you wearing mum? that smells nice"!! So I replied "I do don't I"!?!
Not only is the design amazing, the daisy on the top is adorable, it smell great too. A sweet and refreshing floral smell pops straight to mind. A lovely fragrance that reminds me of warm summer nights out.
How sweet is this bottle!?! It catches my eye, every time I walk by it. It is now proudly placed on my dressing table in my bedroom, spraying a little every day to smell lovely.
About the Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau de Toilette Spray 50ml:
Daisy is the first of Marc Jacobs iconic fragrances for women, a fresh and floral fragrance which is youthful and sweet and perfect for summer.
Marc Jacobs Daisy is light and easy to wear and features a cool combination which includes Strawberry, Violet Leaf and Blood Grapefruit top notes, heart notes of Gardenia, Jasmine and Violet and base notes of Musk, Vanilla and White Woods.
Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau de Toilette Spray comes in a glass bottle decorated with daisies, a very ornamental perfume which looks and smells fantastic. A must for young women.
£43.99 in Fragrance Direct RRP £52.00 SAVE £8.01
About this post:
I was gifted this perfume from Fragrance Direct to review . All thoughts are my own opinion and I was not paid for this post.
An inset day today, or as my daughter likes to call it ladybird day. So I have planned a nice girlie day out in Nottingham. Me, my daughter and mum are going shopping :) I can not wait as it has been years since me and my mum went shopping and she has not been to Nottingham since I was little!! Looking forward to a great day, trying clothes on, yummy food and a lot of banta, bring it on ...