W is for…Weddings

So I ended up missing a day yesterday because I was trying to sort out some packing and ended up making a mess. Took me all day just to see the floor again. Rather fortuitously I had no idea what to do for X, so I’m going to pretend it doesn’t exist. Anyway back on point…weddings. I’ve got to that stage in my life where all my friends and my cousins are starting to think about taking the plunge and tying the knot. This pleases me greatly because I love a good wedding. There’s just something brilliant about being able to get really dressed up and spending the day celebrating with lots of people. Then there’s the lovely food and all the dancing. And even though no one would admit it, there’s even the thrill of whether someone will end up in a fight or not.  I only have one wedding this year, a friend from university, which will be

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G is for…Games

   Board games specifically. In my family we only tend to play them at Christmas, I don’t know why only at that time of year, maybe it’s because everyone generally has more time off. I absolutely love it though. My family tend to be quite competitive as well, so it can get a bit heated to say the least.  We’ve got classic ones like monopoly and cluedo, but I’ve been trying to find some that are less well known. It can be a bit of a hit or miss. The last one I bought was on the fence at first because it does take a while to pick up the rules but turned out to be a riotous hit!! Wallace and Gromit’s Fleeced (pictured above) is a game by Nick Park, the object of the game is to collect as many sheep as you can and get them back to your home base. However the other players are allowed at certain points

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