It’s been a while since I have done a four little things post. In fact my last one was wrote in March. I love them because it gives me a chance to update you on little things that have been happening in my life. I was thinking of making them a monthly instalment so they are a bit more regular but who knows. Let me know if you would like that. So, here we go…
I brought an iPad Air 2. I was the type of person that used to beg Edd to leave his iPad at my house so that I can play on all his games and watch TV programmes and Netflix from it. It’s one of those things that I never really thought I needed to own but secretly I did. Welcome to the family Dora. Yes, I have called the iPad a name. Where is my life going?!
There’s so many good programmes to look forward to at the moment. Pretty Little Liars has a new season coming out. Orange Is the New Black has a new season coming out. Scream has started season two. I am already glued to the TV every night at 9pm for Love Island. Is there anything else I should be watching? You are more than likely going to find me playing one of these in the background of everything. Don’t even get me started on the new film releases in the cinema. My current watchlist is: Alice Through The Looking Glass, Me Before You, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Warcraft and of course, Finding Dory but that’s not out until July.
Tinder is okay. I hear a lot of people mention it on Twitter these days and I thought I would share with you a fun fact. Something that all you internet people are going to be shocked with. Edd and I met on Tinder.
We’ve reached the half way mark in our first year, not many for some but it’s an improvement on my past dating experience. There’s a number of things that I want to share with you in the hope to break the stigma of Tinder. We have never argued. He has never been unfaithful to me. He makes me the happiest girl ever. I feel so lucky to have him in my life. We trust each other. He is my best friend. Do I need to continue? In summary, Tinder isn’t all too bad. You can meet some fab people on there but you also need to be extremely careful with who your meeting. A message to the singletons – you do have to go on a fair few dates before you know who ‘your type’ is. A message to those in a relationship – don’t judge people who have met on Tinder. All relationships are different and it doesn’t matter where they met each other as long as they are happy now and are getting treated in the right way.
Finally, there’s a small chance that Edd and I can actually go on holiday this year. Like a proper holiday. A one where you get on a plane and fly to a different country. This excites me! I haven’t been on holiday for four years but at the same time flying makes me extremely nervous. Are you going on any holidays this year? Where are you heading? I’ll keep you updated on our plans.
How are you doing? I hope your having a good day, a good week, a good life.
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