I guess I’ve been subconsciously easing myself into the novelty of having weekends off, although admittedly this did take slightly more planning than the luck of previous weekends. I spent a fair amount of this weekend relaxing. It was Moon’s little brother’s 21st birthday on Saturday so we went down to Portsmouth with Long to celebrate with him.
I do love a good change of scenery with my best buds, and it was nice to be back in Portsmouth for a little bit, especially as we went to one of my favourite places to eat, The Tenth Hole. I’m glad I’ve moved on from there and can separate it as where I spent my time at University but some parts of it are really nice and we did have a fantastic night out to round off our stay.
It’s just the cutest, worst-kept secret in Portsmouth; there’s a reason why it’s always so busy.
I was actually pretty surprised that it only took us 45 minutes to get back to Newbury, but it was quite good because we really seized the day and had a barbecue in the garden, so tasty. It was actually pretty perfect, we just sat there, enjoying food, listening to The Beatles and chatting. I can honestly say it’s the most relaxed I’ve felt in forever and I hope it’s a sign of things to come.
Naturally, we ended the weekend with the Olympic Closing Ceremony, I must admit to showing very little interest in the Olympics due to working and generally not enjoying sport anyway but for parts of it, I was kind of into it.
Our first tomato has come through ♥
I hope you had a great weekend, and that your Monday wasn’t too bad, even with the Olympic-comedown and the drizzle.