Hello and happy Tuesday!
I absolutely love tea – I would not have gotten through my A – Levels without a good cup of tea every now and then, so much so, that it has become a little know fact about me amongst my friends. Since then I have accumulated a vast tea stash and I want to try some new types. So, I thought I might try a series of tea tasting!
(ANNNNDD if nothing else its just a really, really good excuse to have a cup of tea!)
*There are NO SPOILERS also it really, rEaLLy bothers me that there was no way to not ruin that alliteration … *
I went with my sister – in – law to a book signing for Carrie Hope Fletcher’s new book ‘All That She Can See.’ As we both really loved her first novel ‘On the Other Side’ (which I fully recommend giving a read if you haven’t!)
I thought this would be a good time to discuss it. I’m actually watching episode 6 of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ right now. As I sat down to start writing today I couldn’t stop thinking about how much it deviates from the narrative according to the book and increasingly so with this episode.
Ok, so I thought I would try and give this a go… Seemingly off topic but I promise it’s not – one of my favourite genre’s is sci-fi because I love the various plot twists that hide within its pages of the resultant possibility of time travel. Obviously I know time travel is fiction no matter how much I wish I could travel by T.A.R.D.I.S. (and I do; that would be amazing!)
Well… I’m not sure how to begin as I’m honestly having trouble believing it really happened. I adore musical theatre and so its only natural for Idina Menzel to be an inspiration of mine. As Mr Jonathan Larson unrefuted and beautifully wrote ‘there’s no day but today.’ I want to live life choosing to make mistakes if I must, but not regrets.