Fun at the 02!Β 

So, at the weekend, (Sat 1st July) yes the 1st of July, the first day of the SEVENTH MONTH of the year! Seriously 2017, slooooww dowwn. Basically we went to the 02 for  the Star Wars: identities exhibition as my husband Tim loves Star wars and its his birthday next week. 

I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. As someone who is only now watching the Star Wars films properly I found it really interesting and a fun experience.

There were over 100 pieces that were used in the actual Star Wars films, costumes, droids, models, to look at as well as an accompanying audio guide. 

You also got given a wristband at the start and you build your own Star Wars character and shape their identity using it. You make choices about their species, home planet, job, personality etc and this creates your character for you. 

Here is Tim’s:

Here is mine:

This was so much fun and I remembered alot more about the film’s than I though I would. 

Tim had a great time which is the most important thing β™‘

After we had been to the exhibit we headed to get some food (also in the 02) there is such a good selection of restaurants in there to choose from and because we had been to the exhibit we got 25% off our food bill, winner!

We went to Zizzis and had a delicious Italian feast.

For starters Tim had this A-maz-ING bruschetta with creamy mozzarella, tomatoes & basil pesto πŸ‘Œ

I had one of my favourite starters, calamari (V.fitting after my character choice haha)

Tim had a classic Bolognese for his main, which was so rich and delicious. (Yup, I stole a sneaky taste, I’m not the only one who does that am I? I mean what’s mine is yours right! πŸ˜‚)

I had a delicious mushroom tortelloni dish in a creamy sauce.

We shared their new tomato, basil & mozzerella bread πŸ‘Œ

We love having days out for a birthday, I love receiving gifts people have chosen for me but there’s something lovely about having experiences and making memories too.

Definatly worth a look for all you Star Wars fans πŸ‘

Until next time, 

Roseanne πŸ™‚


Take That at the 02!! πŸŽΆπŸŽΆ

**Spoiler alert: This blog contains pictures of the show, if you havnt been yet avert your eyes**

Last night I went to see my favourite band ever, Take That,  perform at the 02 arena in London and it was awesome. This was my 5th time watching Take That live, in all their various combinations over the years (5 piece, 4 piece &  now as a 3 piece!) They are amazing live and they put on a FANTASTIC SHOW!! I can’t believe the first time I saw them live was 2009, 8 years ago!! So much has changed. 

They are hands down the best singers/performers I’ve seen live.

Their tour this time was called Wonderland and the sets were beautiful and really brightly coloured. Its like watching a theatre show and a concert at the same time.

Their stage was positioned in the middle of the 02 this time too which was fab and you had a great view of the stage wherever you sat. I have to say the height of the 02 is terrifying, truly! Especially when you have to shuffle past people to make it to your seat and there’s no barrier!! Ahh πŸ™ˆ

They did a few songs from their new album Wonderland as well as their previous albums since their comeback, as well as the classic 90s Take That (My personal fav πŸ‘Œ) 

One of my most favourite things about Take That concerts, other than how friendly everyone is, is those moments in certain songs when your all just united in enjoyment of a band that you all love, whether it’s waving your hands from side to side in unison for ‘Shine’ or clapping together for ‘Never Forget’ those moments when you and other people from all over the country (& possibly the world) are united are just brilliant. That’s something really special especially in recent times, I found this particularly poignant last night and it was a lovely feeling to once again be a part of the family of Take That fans. 

So here’s to another fantastic tour, long may it continue πŸ‘ #TTforever 

Who is your favourite band/singer? 

Until next time, 

Roseanne πŸ™‚

My new camera πŸ“·

Hi guys! It’s been a little while, May seems to be slipping by rapidly!! Me & my twin sister celebrated our birthday on Friday so I thought I would share with you my main present from my lovely hubby.

It will come in super handy for my blog so I thought why not share! 

So I’ve wanted a new camera for a little while and especially since me and my sister started YouTube. I don’t know a lot about cameras so I sought the advice of my bro in law who does and this is one he suggested…

It’s the Nikon Coolpix B500 bridge camera in black. 

Whats a bridge camera I hear you say? 

‘A bridge Camera is a general name for digital cameras that have some degree of manual control, a long range zoom lens and a viewfinder – but usually not interchangeable lenses. They are somewhere between a point and shoot camera, and a full DSLR.’ – O.Tadmor

I’m just getting to grips with it at the moment, It’s relatively easy to use once you have a fiddle about and I am loving some of the different effects you can take photos in. The quality for videos is great too!
Here are a few photos I took yesterday whilst in London. I hope you like them πŸ™‚

I hope you enjoyed this post and I’ll see you again soon for a Primark haul!

Until next time, 

Roseanne πŸ™‚

Winter Wonderland❄: Blogmas day 11

Yesterday we went to Winter Wonderland to enjoy the christmassy, winter goodness. We drove up to Westfield shopping centre in Stratford and took the tube to Marble Arch for the festive fun. 

This was our third time going to Winter Wonderland but Noahs first so we were excited for him to see it all.

London looked so Christmassy β˜„

Me & Sarah made a detour to the Oxford Street Primark (omg so busy!) and once we had made it out we joined the group, it looked son pretty with all the little stalls & lights.

We went and found some food and I got a tradition bratwurst sausage 🌭 

Once we had eaten we queued up for the big wheel.

We got some yummy Hot chocolate while we waited…

Noah loved the big wheel! He loved looking at all the lights from above.

It was lots of fun!

& the chocolate waffles afterwards were delicious πŸ˜‹

We took Noahy on some rides before going home…

He went on the penguins with mummy.
& Santa’s sleigh with me.
I would definatly recommend going as it’s lovely & a great day out to enjoy the wintry season.