So the first week of Blog Everyday in April is over. I have to say, I am incredibly proud of myself so far. I haven’t set myself any challenges in a long time. The fact that I am doing this right now makes me so happy. Also writing a blog everyday makes me think up so many ideas for blogs. Will I do a cooking blog today? A game blog? Or just a random scribbles blog. I am very surprised with myself that I have not wrote more random blogs! Since the first week is over, I am going to talk about it!
It has been 2 years in the making. Waiting for news to start the process of officially moving to the Netherlands. This would allow me to live with my partner. To be next to his family. This move is going to be the best day. Moving would finally allow me to settle down, find a job and start a family all on our own. But how does the move make me feel about leaving my family back in Scotland? Well that’s been on my mind a lot recently. So I just want to write about it.
Finally I have finished this book. It took me forever to complete due to life being crazy (getting registered in the Netherlands, getting everything set up here to name only a few things.) I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book though. It got me super excited to continue on to the next book in trh trilogy, A Gathering of Shadows (which currently I am making my way through!) Here are my thoughts and review for A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab.
I absolutely adore cottage pie. There are always debates that happen between a Cottage pie and a Shepard’s pie. It’s pretty simple. A shepard’s pie contains lamb mince. A cottage pie contains beef mince. Whenever I have extra potatoes and mince in the house, I will always try to make this hearty dish. Here is what you will need to make my style of cottage pie! My cottage pie has a special layer of carrots mash, alongside peas and carrots in the mince mixture and a creamy cheesy mash. Yum!