Life Update: September

Sunday, 13 October 2013
cocktails & connect 4 | Silverknowes beach | Berlin Zoo
Spreepark Berlin | pedalos in Frankfurt | Senckenberg Museum
Ajax Stadium Amsterdam | cocktails with the girls in Glasgow

Ooops, this months' update is a bit late isn't it....hand slap for me!

This month I.... 

  • went for a wee Sunday wander down to the beach
  • drank cocktails and played connect 4 at a nice new pub in Leith with visiting friends
  • went on holiday to Berlin, Frankfurt and Amsterdam - will be doing a day by day diary of the hol on here so keep an eye out over the coming weeks (days 1 to 3 are up already)
  • vlogged the holiday too, so check out the videos on my Youtube channel
  • went through to Glasgow for a night out with my Scottish blogger lovelies

I've been watching....
Lots and lots of Netflix....
  • Breaking Bad (the finale was so satisfying, good job Vince!)
  • Dexter (this finale on the other hand was pants)
  • Take Shelter (quite a weird film, but Michael Shannon was great as always)
  • Can't Hardly Wait (one of those 90's teen movies that I'd never actually watched before)
  • Katy Perry: Part of Me (I loved this....not even sorry)
  • V/H/S (some of the stories were proper scary, some just rubbish)

 I've been reading....
Oh look it's the return of the book section!  I actually did some reading whilst I was on holiday, and embarrassingly it was the first time in months I'd picked up a book.
  • The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky (loved this - want to watch the film now to see how it was interpreted on screen)
  • Submarine by Joe Dunthorne (had seen the film first, but the book is even better)

Blog stats fun

My most viewed posts this month were:

And finally, the strangest search terms used to find my blog this month were "90s clothes for teenagers" and "sex games in Zante" (hmmmmm).

1 comment:

  1. Please don't ever stop including the strangest search terms in these blog posts, they never ever fail to make me laugh!! I've actually seen The Perks of Being a Wallflower film, but haven't read the book - I've got it on my Kindle, just haven't got around to reading it yet! I enjoyed the film, so looking forward to hearing your thoughts! xx