Saturday, 8 June 2013

Honey, I'm Home.

Yep, you guessed it, it's the weekend! I've moved back home, and yes I did bellow 'honey, I'm home' as I got out of the car, with the response of 'oh no!' from my Parents.

I've had a lovely last few days living in Sheffield and the weather has made it even better. Thursday night I went to one of my regular haunts of the past few years, The Lescar.

The Lescar is popular for its ales and speciality beers as well as it's yummy food. It has regular visits from Sheffield-based band, The Arctic Monkeys and it truly is a lovely place to eat, drink and be merry with friends. 

Perfect weather for the beer garden

The girls and I packed up their flat ready for their move on Thursday morning. Even though I've been living out of a suitcase since moving out of my apartment, packing up there stuff and realising this was my last week living in Sheffield was actually really sad. So to commorate our final evening, I may us a meal that was the first thing I made as an 18 year old moving into halls...

Stirfry. We sat on the balcony, watched the sunset...then carried on packing and painting. 

Yesterday evening I made the drive back home, car rammed full (Okay, so it has taken me around 4 or 5 car journies to actually get everything home but that's besides the point...)

Raybans on, car packed, ready to roll.

Nottingham bound.

 Despite my bellow of 'honey, I'm home' not going down too well, my parents and my grandma were very pleased to have me back, my Mum not so pleased about the 4 or 5 baking/cooking boxes that needed to be unpacked and somehow fit into our pantry. I think she's actually pleased I will want to do a lot of the cooking, and my dad is over the moon about the amount of baked goods he will now have on tap!

For tea I had one of my favourite, simple summer dishes...
Tuna Pasta Salad - simple and tasty!

It was the perfect evening to come home; I dumped my bags (in true Natasha-style 'I'll sort them tomorrow...'), sat out in the garden drinking tea and felt content, settled and, reflecting on the huge life changing decisions I'd made over the past two months, I know for certain I have made the right decisions.

Here's to the next three months of comfort, getting my washing done, no rent and princess-treatment spending time with my parents and saving up for my travels.

Oh, and Theodore was very happy to see his Mummy...

N xo

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