X-Men: Days of future past was non stop goodness, Saving Mr Banks was very enjoyable and had me singing along, Svengali was just awful, Kick-Ass 2 was lots of fun, Celeste and Jesse Forever was a really great and Moteki was pure delight - I loved it and now need to watch the drama series.
Captain Philips was on the edge of your seat greatness, You're Next was a fantastic slasher horror - very satisfying, Petal Dance was peaceful and very enjoyable, The Hunger Games: Catching fire was a bit of a bore - but so was the book, Guilt trip was really fun and Blue Jasmine was very good indeed!
Sightseers was absolutely marvellous, Scary Movie 4 was as expected and generated a couple of sniggers, From up on Poppy Hill was just lovely, Kick-Ass 2 was good, Mud helped me mourn the end of True Detective and World War Z was a load of old zombie rubbish and I love zombies!
Behind the Candelabra was so good and glittery, Elysium was rather dull, Pacific rim was definitely not my thing, The World's End bored me, That touch of mink was just wonderful and Insidious 2 was freaky but fun.
I am still not sure if yesterday was all a dream or just a succulent induced coma. It was marvellous though. I attended a workshop called 'Designing with Succulents' at The Garden House in Brighton. First off I could not believe such a magical garden was hidden away down a normal looking row of houses! The workshop was run by Fiona Wemyss who has a nursery specialising in succulents in Kent called Blueleaf plants. To start with we got a bit of background information on succulents, then tea and cake and then outside in the sunshine for some hands on succulent fun. I learnt so much and can't wait to get propagating with all the cuttings we were given. The highlight for me was getting to make up my very own pot, where we got to choose from a crate full of succulents which ever little beauties we fancied. I can't wait to return to The Garden House to learn more!
I remember passing Closet and Botts (before it had officially opened) a few months back on my first visit to Lewes and thinking it looked like it would be a great shop, just from a quick glance at the lettering on the windows. I was right. As soon as I stepped inside yesterday it quickly became apparent that this was my dream shop and I wanted everything I saw. Thomas was pretty head over heals as well and it wasn't long before our arms with overflowing with goodies. What a delight.