Hello lovelies! I thought I would show you all a few little snippets from my weekend. It may become a regular feature if anyone finds it interesting enough? This weekend wasn’t exactly exciting but it was fairly busy and involved most of my favourite things; shopping, eating out, hillwalking and a little bit of relaxation time in the pub. On Saturday I went into town with my boyfriend to have a little look around the shops. I wasn’t really looking for anything in particular, I only really went along as he was looking for a new football top. I couldn’t stop myself from picking up a few little treats though. Firstly I picked up a new adorable cup by Bobble that I’m going to use for smoothies. I saw these in John Lewis and I’d been searching for a smoothie cup for a while as I like to take drinks on the go and I thought this would be perfect! I also purchased a new Cath Kidston mug as my mum broke one I had before and I love the size of these mugs; they are perfect for a giant cup of tea. Lastly I got the Sally Hansen Insta-Dry top-coat after reading Gemma’s review on this; I've just applied it this morning so I’ll be putting it to the test myself – first impressions are great though!
On Sunday morning my boyfriend, his dog Mullach and I went on a little rainy hillwalk as we usually do every weekend. It’s good to give Mullach a big walk every weekend as she is very energetic and her walks during the week usually only consist of a quick jaunt around the park a few times. Living in Scotland we are never too far away from beautiful scenery and lovely walks. This time we went up to a little place called Honeymoon Bridge (cute name). The walk was full of little waterfalls which Mullach loved as she adores playing in water, typical Labrador! The view from the top of the hill was rather amazing too, I always think the views make the effort put in to get to the top completely worth it!
Later on my boyfriend was playing in a charity football tournament so I went along to keep my friend who was also watching company. I have to admit we didn't do very well at keeping score for the boy as we were so busy having a good chinwag, oops! We then headed to the pub for a little bit after to celebrate, although my boyfriend’s team didn't exactly win, they came joint 3rd out of 12 teams which I think is pretty good going!
What did you guys get up to at the weekend? I hope you had a good one!