Hey, sorry I have been away from my blog for a while, my personal life is the reason for my absence but thought I would pop in for today’s post.
I am sharing the love and support for blogging community, especially Em from This is Em’s World. Em came up with the wonderful blogger showcase, where each week she features a blogger of any niche and topic and gets them to answer some questions. I love what she is doing, as I feel this is a great way to support our blogger friends and I didn’t hesitate to take part in it. My post is now live on Em’s blog, please go check it out HERE.
If you too would like to take part in the blogger love showcase or would like to find out more about it, do check it out on: http://thisisemsworld.com/blogger-love/. In closing, I would like to end this post by thanking Em for this wonderful feature and for allowing me to take part.
I love comedy movies and so I was anticipating the release of Tag as it falls into this category plus it has Jeremy Renner who is one of my favourite actors. The movie is based on a true story of a group of men who spend one month every year playing Tag, who are played by Jon Hamm, Ed Helms, Jake Johnson, Hannibal Buress and Jeremy. We also have Isla Fisher, Annabelle Wallis, Rashida Jones and Leslie Bibb.
I have to say I felt this movie was average, it was good but not great. I liked the friendship shown between the characters, that there was still some sort of bond that survived even after they branched away and have their own lives.
I liked the comic parts of the movie, when the friends were trying to tag Jeremy’s character Jerry during his rehearsal wedding dinner and the mad golf cart chase that followed. It wasn’t all just comedy though, the twist towards the ending was unexpected and touching.
I don’t have much else to say for this movie but if you need a good old laugh, then this movie is spot on!
As you probably knew, London has been basking in the sun these last few months, and so there was no perfect weather than this to go strawberry picking.
The place I went to is one of those pick your own farms, where you can pick not only strawberries but other berries as well as vegetables. Parkside Pick Your Own Farm is located in Enfield and it’s not far from Cockfosters Station where you have to get a taxi from. Upon entry, you are provided with punnets to collect your berries with and plastic bags for any veggies.
It was a lovely day, and I was accompanied by my aunt and cousin. The first stop was obviously the strawberry fields. There were rows and rows of strawberries and they were just waiting to be picked! My dad just loves strawberries, so with him in mind, I started filling the punnets.
Then it was on to the vegetable patch, I didn’t get anything myself but my aunt got herself some courgettes and some french beans. It was just a sight to see, just rows and rows of vegetables going endlessly.
At the end of the day , we left with our hands full with plenty of fruits and vegetables and we each got ice creams to have as a treat. I hope to go back next year.