May seemed to fly by in some sort of whirlwind of birthdays and balloons and friends and food. I booked the first week of May off for my birthday plans and celebrations, but in some cruel twist of fate I ended up poorly and plagued with wisdom teeth pain for over half of it. Despite this, I still think my May turned out to be pretty great.
Fortunately for me, I started to feel better the day before my birthday and was able to fully appreciate the super sprinkly cake pictured above. I spent the day eating pancakes, drinking prosecco and spending time with my favourite people.
I'm not sure how it happened, but we were lucky enough to have more than a few sunny days this month. For once I actually embraced the sun and the outdoors by spending an afternoon walking round some beautiful gardens, followed by tea and cake of course.
You know when something makes you so happy and full of butterflies that all you want to do is pull a hideously excitable face? Yeah, well that. Since they broke my heart back in 2004, I longed for the day when a Busted reunion would come my way (rhyme not intended) and wow was it worth the wait. Charlie and his eyebrows have come back for me and I couldn't be happier.
In other May news
- I finally got round to watching the 1989 World Tour and it was the best Saturday night in I've had in a long time. Yes I may have been dancing alone in my kitchen, but I'm totally ok with that.
- I booked a holiday to Amsterdam with my two favourite people for August. Any recommendations of things I must do/eat/see on a postcard (or in the comments, up to you).