Hey cutie! How are you? 💕 I’m currently writing this with a really bad stomachache (of my own doing – I had a tiny bag of mini eggs even though I’m allergic to dairy) so I’m struggling to think of words at the moment haha 😅 But! I saw Isobel for the first time in ages and we had a lovely time catching up over afternoon tea.
Hey cutie! How are you? So this is going to be about day two of the sleepover! We had booked to go out for afternoon tea, and it was going to be Katie’s first time eating afternoon tea.
I woke up a bit earlier to start getting ready and I decided to try out ryosangata makeup! It was weird to wear pink eyeshadow (as I usually just stuck with neutral colours) but I kinda liked it. However, my eczema was incredibly sore… Yep, the red patches under my eye is eczema, not makeup ｡ﾟ(｡ﾉωヽ｡)ﾟ｡
Disclaimer: This is a gifted review however all thoughts are my own.
If you told me a couple of years ago that I’d be invited along to try out some afternoon tea, my eyes would be popping out of my skull. It’s one of my favourite things to do (and gobble down) so when I found myself sitting in the Laura Ashley Tearoom in Coventry waiting for our vegan afternoon tea I was almost trembling with excitement. The room was empty so I kept getting off my seat to walk around and take photos, with my husband’s eyes following me in amusement. Soon the waiter came in and laid out a delicate bowl of tomato soup in front of us (aka tomato amuse bouche), and I couldn’t contain my surprise. Soup? Where was the tiered platter of cakes? We waited for a while but soon realised that the tiered platter was not going to turn up anytime soon, and tucked into the soup.