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Cadbury Double Decker 08/03/2014

Double Yum!

Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocos 05/03/2014

Chocolate Peices!

Cool Runnings (DVD) 05/03/2014

Peace be the journey!

Cool Runnings (DVD) I love comedies and they are always a favourite in my home as they are easy to watch and make you feel happy. With the winter Olympics recently being on TV my husband suggested that we watched Cool Runnings which is a film I have watched several times and even have recorded on my sky box. This film tells the story of Derice (Leon Robinson) who's dreams of following in his fathers footsteps of becoming an Olympic runner are dashed until he comes up with a plan to create the first Jamaican bobsled team. He soon recruits three other runners Yul (Malik Yoba), Sanka (Douglas Bourne) and Junior (Rawle D. Lewis) to make up the team and eventually convinces Irv (John Candy) to become there coach. And so the story continues with some very witty scenes of the newly created bobsled team using a makeshift bobsled and practicing starts and runs on dirt tracks in Jamaica as well as trying to find interesting ways to make enough money to allow them to enter a team. Eventually they acquire the money and the team make it to the Olympics in Calgary and although they are seen as a laughing stock to other teams/countries and go through a period of being disqualified and have to use a old training bobsled which they name 'Cool Runnings' they do actually make the finals and gain quite a following of supporters. The characters in this film are all very likable and become more like a family, Derice playing the sensible one, Junior the shy, quiet one, Yul with a chip on his shoulder and Sanka the ...

Nestle Smarties Hexatube 05/03/2014

Smart Colours!

Boots No7 Protect & Perfect Intense Night Cream 01/03/2014

Perfect night cream!

Boots No7 Protect & Perfect Intense Night Cream Last year for Christmas I received a Boots No7 skin care set which contained the range of protect and perfect serums and creams. One of the creams which was in the set was the protect and perfect night cream.   This cream currently sells for £23.00 for a 50ml pot and is exclusive to Boots to purchase in store or online. As my cream came in a gift set it was packaged in a tube instead of a pot and contained 25ml. This cream is very expensive but it is always worth looking for offers such as 3for2 or the £5 No7 vouchers which are often given out in store.   When the protect and perfect range of skincare was introduced by Boots it caused quite a stir as people claimed to have seen dramatic results with the reduction of lines and wrinkles. This night cream states that it 'protects young skin to delay first signs of aging, boost radiance and visibly reduce lines'. It also contains a pro-retinol complex to help boost the skins elasticity and is hypo-allergenic. To me it sounded just perfect as I have now reached my 30s and am slowly starting to see my skin change with the first few fine lines appearing.   It states to use this cream at night after cleansing and for better results to use the protect and perfect serum before the cream. I luckily did receive a tube of the serum in my gift set too so was able to follow this routine as I wanted to see if I really did notice a difference after all of the hype.   The cream itself is white in colour and has a lovely light, fresh ...

Whiskas Kitten 26/02/2014

Tink Grub!

Daz Washing Liquid 25/02/2014

Daz!

Avon Clearskin Pore Penetrating Black Mineral Mask 24/02/2014

Black Mask!

Carex Handwash Strawberry Laces 22/02/2014

Antibacterial Laces!

Galaxy Milk Chocolate Bar 22/02/2014

Smoooooth!

Lindt Lindor Milk Chocolate Truffles 22/02/2014

Lucious Lindor!

Schwarzkopf Gliss Liquid Gloss Conditioner 18/02/2014

Glossy Conditioned Locks!

Schwarzkopf Gliss Liquid Silk Gloss Shampoo 17/02/2014

Glossy Locks!

Kellogg's Special K 15/02/2014

Special Breakfast

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