Monday, 8 April 2013

Wonderful stuff #1

Inspired by the wonderful Julie and cleverly titled Wonderful Stuff, this is going to be probably going to be a regular thing to let you know more about my life, the universe and everything. I hope you find it interesting.

Anyway, this month, I have mostly been...


Since Scott and I are travelling to Scandinavia again next month, I've been sorting everything out for the trip. It's been stupidly cold over here so I have a couple of dresses in there but I'll be packing a few warm essentials too. I'm just about sorted but I still have a couple of bits to find for my carry-on luggage. If you're stuck yourselves, this handy little guide comes in handy. One of my friends used it last year and she found it useful so I printed one out for myself. I also fell in love with the Trunki cases for kids so I got one for Sebastian. They have all sorts of animals and I think they're cute.


I've been reliving my love of Mrs. Brown's Boys recently. We have all three series on DVD in our collection along with Scott's Inbetweeners box-set and my Millennium trilogy. It's rude, it's crude and it's definitely not for the faint hearted. There are times I think Buster Brady is a bloody idiot but he's still funny as hell, as are the rest of the cast, and they never fail to make me laugh out loud every time.

Who says the Irish don't have a sense of humour?


As most of you know, I absolutely adore Swedish music, and my love for Hässleholm's own Robin Stjernberg has been well and truly rekindled thanks to him winning Melodifestivalen which means he'll be representing Sweden at this year's Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö. I've even rewatched his performance about a million times. He's just amazing and I'm looking forward to seeing him live in May.

Meanwhile, here's another one of his songs, Scars, in full. Enjoy.


Recent highlights from my Tumblr include my Eurovision review and a thing about my favourite players from each of the Premier League teams (not including Everton, who are my team).


And recent highlights from my Twitter feed include my personal tweets about certain footballers (ones I like and ones I'm not so keen on), tweets from my sister-in-law's football Twitter account about various managers getting the sack, the one I tweeted about Wales winning the Six Nations where I chanted that England could stick their chariots where the sun doesn't shine and a genius one from my mate about his partner after the latter broke his wrist. Further proof, if needed, that we're all as crazy as each other.

Finally, my favourite tweets of the moment go to...

And that's your lot! Ciao for now!

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