What is your guilty pleasure?
Another day, another double post. My little boy decided to be really good at sharing – for once – and decided to give me a stomach bug…grim times, my friends, grim times! As a result, I missed my post yesterday.
I initially thought that my guilty pleasure was red wine. I then realised that was also my answer for the next question, so I thought I should think of something else!
So, I asked my husband what he thought my guilty pleasure is and he said: “Take That”. That was no use. I don’t feel guilty about it. Not in the slightest!
Oh, and for those that are wondering if he is still complaining about the naked bum photo in my previous post, yes he is!
Then I realised it was Easter and I would be over-indulging in chocolate. This will definitely be my guilty pleasure this weekend, as it is many weekends. I need to get my strength back after being poorly, so it is all for medicinal purposes, of course.
While on the topic of Easter. Today I had a conversation with my lovely friend over at Life is Knutts – if you have not checked her blog out then please do, she is funny and an incredible person – regarding her recent post on the Easter bunny. Warning, it may give you nightmares!
Anyway, it made me think about my views on the Easter Bunny. We have never talked about the Easter Bunny to the monkeys. I have nothing against the small cuddly ones, but those human sized bunnies freak me out. I mean, have you seen some of them?!
That is why we never invite the Easter Bunny into our house. Mummy and daddy organise our easter egg hunt.
What do you do in your family? Do you invite the Easter Bunny to visit every year? What are your Easter traditions?
What’s your favourite drink and why?
Share the recipe.
My favourite drink is red wine. My recipe for this is as follows:
- 1 x bottle of red wine – or more if you plan on going crazy.
- 2 x glasses – sharing is caring!
- 1 x corkscrew
- Open wine and bring to room temperature. If you are feeling like pushing the boat out, pour into a decanter.
- Pour wine into glasses. Be careful not to spill any.
- Repeat as required