Don't misinterpret the title, I'm talking about the guest post I did for Michaels blog which I told you about in the last post!
here it be: http://killerbeesmakethemostdelicioushoney.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/the-sun-wind.html
It's a re-post of my 'The wind and the sun' post, so if you've already read it, then skim through that and check out some of Michaels wonderful posts instead!
Just to warn you though, Michael requested a pic to put up with the post, and he had a look through my instagram and picked the ones he wanted (My teeth look gi-nourmous in the first pic!).
Chances are if you've peeked through my instagram or follow me on twitter then you'll have seen my face (also referred to as the 8th wonder of the natural world).
There is sooooo much I want to blog about. My gran has gone back to Pakistan. She flew with my dad yesterday, and we spoke to them earlier to let us know they're back home safely.
My mum and dad went to Geneva for their 27th anniversary, and they had the best time! My brothers and I also reaped the benefits of their travels by gorging on the yummy swiss chocolate they brought back for us!
We were invited to a few dinners by family members last week when my grandmother was over. In the pakistani community, if you're welcoming someone to someplace, family and some friends usually invite that person and their fam over for dinner (like if someones just got married, or come over from another country etc.)
It has not done my waistline any favours....
I was at yet another wedding today! My best mate fizz's little sister got married today, so I went to act as a mini-photographer and have a catch up with my besty's family (due to some circumstances, I've not seen my best mates family for a couple of years! It was like re-uniting with family when I saw her sisters and brother after so long :D).
Because fizz was busy getting ready with her sister, I was to meet her at the wedding hall, but because I didn't know anyone, I was just standing in a corner, alone, avoiding eye contact with strangers until she came!
It didn't help that I stuck out like a sore thumb. It was a Bengali wedding, and Bengalis wear the most beautiful Sari's on special occasions (and just daily-traditionally), and people could just tell that I was Pakistani......Asians just know these kinds of things about other Asians! (I'm pretty good a differentiating between Indians, Pakistanis and Bengalis! I like to think, anyway)
But yes. busy busy.
I'm going London tomorrow to watch Les Miserables in the west end! I'm very much looking forward to that, especially since we're staying till friday instead of rushing everything in one day trip.
Well that's everything I can think of at the moment! Im sure there's plenty I've missed out, but oh well!