Saturday, 23 July 2011

This fortnight:

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01. Two new recent purchases, a Body Shop mascara I got free in this month's 'Instyle' and Davidoff Cool Water Wave - which at the moment is selling for £10 in Boots for 30ml - perfect for me as I chop and change with my perfumes. 02. Earlier in the week I tried curling back my fringe as an alternate way of keeping it out of my face. 03. When I was staying with my family, there was a random, fat, ginger cat who would come in and eat all the cat food...despite having a home of his own! He's very pretty though, isn't he? 04. This is the poor cat that he stole the food from. She's 19 and only has 3 legs! ....And refused to let me take a good photo of her, she looked away every time I went near her with the camera. She can be an absolute madam! 05. 'Men I've Loved Before' - the book I've just started, and 'Point of Rescue' - the book I've just finished. Point of Rescue is very good, I recommend it. If you've read it, what did you think? 06. I went to see Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 last week (I plan on doing a post on it, I want to know other's opinion's of it!) and we asked for the special round glasses. THEY'RE SO COOL.

I have been watching: The new X Men film - which is really good, Closer - my favourite film, seriously, watch it. Michael McIntyre Live at Wembley - incredibly funny, but not as good as his first DVD. Deathly Hallows Part 1 and 2 - I love HP so much, distraught that it's over :( RENT - Made me cry, but it took a while to get into the random singing. But once into it, I LOVED it. The Reader - Not as good as the book (it was never going to be) but still worth a watch.
And I'm currently watch Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. LOVE this film.
I have been reading: Afterwards - Rosamund Lupton - Not as good as her debut Sister, but good nonetheless. On Chesil Beach - Ian McEwan - a re-read, and one of his better books I think. Body Double and Keeper Of The Bride - Tess Gerristen - Not an author I'd read before the two books, very easy to read, as is James Patterson - Jack and Jill. All three last books are crime thriller-y books. There was also 'Point of Rescue' but I already mentioned that one.
Incidentally, I don't usually read that many books, but all but the last book were read when I was away staying with family - I always read a crazy amount of books when I'm there!
Have you read any of these books? If so, what did you think. I'm interested in other's opinions of them :)

1 comment:

  1. Cute cats!


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