Cinema trips and taking it easy!

The third week in January started with a not so healthy, but very delicious, breakfast. This Nutella-ish spread on toast!

My friend Tobias gave it to me when I was home in Sweden for Christmas and it’s so good! Like a malted chocolate spread with crunch in. Addictive!

For dinner I had my “Friday night pasta” with browned butter, parmesan and truffle oil. Yum! Other than that I had a quiet night in watching TV.

Tuesday night was the same. The weather was terrible and after a sociable few weeks it was nice to hibernate. I had a cheese toastie for dinner, watching Netflix and cosying up inside with candles and tulips.

Wednesday I went for a walk at lunch time soaking up some sun. So nice!

And in the evening I met up with a friend for dinner. We tried a new restaurant and chatted away all evening. So lovely!

Thursday night we braved the rain, did some quick shopping and had Shake Shack before going to the cinema to see 1917 at the IMAX. It was amazing. Especially at the IMAX. I still think it should have won best picture at the Oscars, it was definitely THAT good!

Afterwards we went to Café Monico to sit down with some wine and talk through the film. Almost as important as going to see it!

Friday night I went to the cinema again, but this time on my own, to see The Gentlemen. Such a great film! Loved seeing Hugh Grant and Michelle Dockery in different roles to what we’re used to. And Matthew Mcconaughey was brilliant too!

Saturday I had a lie-in and spent most of the day reading.

But early afternoon I went to Curzon Victoria (such a lovely cinema!) to see Little Women. It was so lovely and loved the whole cast.

On my way home I picked up some goodies and had a baked camembert with baguette, salami and nocellara olives for supper.

Sunday I also took it as easy as I possibly good, but didn’t go to the cinema. Instead I read, watched TV and ordered Greek for supper. A much slower week (but still had some lovely nights out!) which was so needed.

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