So, yesterday I had a lovely outing with my wonderful mother and father to try and find a suit for him. They did that while I had my nice afternoon in Costa, with my coffee, toastie and my new book that I’ve now started (I have now started The Perks of being a Wallflower, I will talk about Looking for Alaska, which I just finished, in another blog at some point!)
I have always wondered about this “Poutine” dish that the Canadians seem to absolutely adore. Little morsels of cheesy curds of goodness alongside gravy and chips (or french fries).
So over the weekend, I went out with a bunch of friends to a place called “Bread Meats Bread” (brilliant name, eh?) which has been opened here for just over 2 months. My friends by this time have been to this place already 7 times. 7?!? So things must be delicious here.
One thing I have wanted to start doing this year is to start reading more books. I have a whole bunch of them. Some of which I have hardly looked at, others I have never opened. I want to rectify that wrong.
Stardew Valley is a game that I have been looking forward to for at least 2 and a half years. I have wanted to have a game on the PC that had the elements of harvest moon (for the little bit I played of it), Animal crossing (<3) and Rune factory. I was super excited when I was approached by Leth (publishing manager at Chucklefish) at the beginning of December to help him and ConcernedApe (developer of the game) with bug testing and QA. 400+ hours later (off steam and on steam), I still love the game.