1. Josh’s avatar

    Love the blog! Busy week!

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    1. Bee’s avatar

      None of this was as good as a certain 1-year-old who came to rampage the flat and show us who’s boss though..!

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    2. Suze’s avatar

      Wow! Beautiful, engaging, fascinating blog! I need to come stay with you soon for sure xxx

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      1. Bee’s avatar

        Aw shucks, thanks Suze. I would LOVE to have you escape for a girly weekend sometime, it’s been way too long. Or heck, bring the family, although it would be a tight squeeze in our dinky flat!

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      2. Meg’s avatar

        I love how you’re making the best of the Big Smoke now you’re back there. Hays is a real favourite of mine and I’m definitely going to try Battersea, Wolf Hall, and Mishkins having read this 🙂

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        1. Bee’s avatar

          Thanks marvellous Meg! You will LOVE Mishkins, we should go together some time.

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        2. Hannah M’s avatar

          I think my summer will be as busy as yours if I try all of these things, but I def want to now 🙂 Great London tips!

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        3. Jenny’s avatar

          Wow, I’m tired just reading all that! I love the dress xx

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        4. bonobo’s avatar

          London is just the best for this type of stuff – really inspiring me to go out there and do it too!

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        5. Craig Heathcote’s avatar

          Another great post! Minchkins is great isn’t?!
          You’ve inspired me to buy tickets to Battersea. x

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          1. bonobo’s avatar

            Minchkins? Is that in the land of Oz? 😉

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            1. Bee’s avatar

              I got ~the fear~ that I had mis-spelled the name!

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            2. Craig Heathcote’s avatar

              Another great post! I’m definitely buying tickets to Everyman now….and will take my map. x

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            3. Alex’s avatar

              I love In the Mood for Love! Absolutely raging about those £2 onions though!
              You’ve reminded me that I need to read Wolf Hall – it was one of my Mum’s favourites.

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              1. Bee’s avatar

                I love it too, in fact I couldn’t resist watching 2046 on Friday and ordering take away noodles. It’s been a Wong Kar-wai fest for me this week!

                Definitely read Wolf Hall. It’s quite dense, so takes a bit of sticking to, but it totally pays off once you’re about a quarter of the way in and the drama starts! Your mum sounds like she was very wise in all things, so I’m sure you’ll love it too.

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              2. Cathy’s avatar

                You are certainly a very busy bee! Brilliant blog! X

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              3. Ali’s avatar

                BEE! You make me miss my London life! Also, I have a dream of doing a mid-century modern Palm Springs trip and I think your palm tree ensemble would be the perfect wardrobe choice. Join me! We can discuss it on our Twin Peaks road trip!

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              4. Lolly’s avatar

                Wolf Hall was the answer to a pub quiz question the other week – dammit! So ace that Ben Miles was nice ^__^. I want an open air cinema in Leeds! Looks absolutely gorgeous x

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