Like the common honey bee I have had a rather lazy week due to the terrible weather (incase you're not a bee fan, bees across the country have had a terrible summer as they don't like rain, so they haven't been able to go out and play with the flowers and then come home and make glorious honey. They also haven't been able to pop the cherry of the queen bee. This is all terrible news for bees, plants, humans and honey eaters. To learn more, watch 'bee the movie' or alternatively the news - bee movie is much nicer. Get behind a fellow, black and yellow!) and have been nestled in bed hitting refresh on my laptop trying to fix blog problems, find new blogs and much more importantly find out my university results and get my 110% official timetable and transfer results to a better university. Yes, I have passed and I am now awaiting my timetable and 'buddy' oh dear, what a cringe.
Anywho, I did venture out for dinner with the gorgeous rosie, which was a mini disaster at the start but you don't want to hear about that. We headed for the Clifftops of Highcliffe and decided after falling in love with the view that The Cliffhanger was the perfect spot for dinner. I went for what looks like a supremely yummy 'burger' but actually it's more of an anti-burger as its just a mushroom, some peppers and some goats cheese shoved in a bun. Turns out I don't like goats cheese, who'd have known?! ( my mum, apparently). Rosiekins has scampi or as I like to call them 'the little fish balls' I'm such a foodie.
It was a lovely little dinner date though, although I think the retired couple sat next to us were left quite confused as to who the londoner is (pretty much every bloggers girl crush), what a blog is and why having a semi naked girl on your phone is good for you (fitspo, duhhh). Rosie then rushed off to do homework because she's doing a really hard work course because she is a clever bunny.
I also decided I should probably enjoy the sunshine with pup so we dragged boy with us on a big walk around Upton country park in Poole. It's absolutely gorgeous, we decided this bit of woodland would have been perfect for playing in as kids...bikes, dens, hide and seek etc.etc. I wish kids still played out and about like we all used too!
What've you been up to this week? Have you been hiding inside through the rain or have you been a brave little bee and gone outside?