Every year, I got to see a Christmas film with my mother. It's a tradition in the Wilkins family. Last week, Frozen. Now my mother and I aren't huge cartoon fans but we do love a little dose of Disney. Oh I'm a sucker for a cheesy love story, even though I sometimes (most times) don't agree with the lack of sense. Especially with it being a musical; and upon hearing that Idina Menzel was part of the cast, I was sold. (As an avid fan of Rent and Wicked, I have adored her work for years.) The new cinema that had been in-the-works since July had only just opened and I was dying to see it. Since there were a few hours to spare before the film, my mother and I did a bit of Christmas shopping as we both still had a few people to buy for.
when I had some time off, we watched
After a rather hectic shopping session which resulted in being carried by the sea of people like rockstar from stage diving (yes, it was that busy!), we made our way to the shopping centre where the cinema was situated and popped into Nandos for lunch. I love Nandos. The food is divine. The service is excellent. The servers are quite dishy. It's my favourite restaurant to go to with others. It's always funny one way or another. In the beginning, I try to be polite and courteous when eating the food but in the end, I ditch the knife and fork and eat like a, ahem, savage. There's just no way to eat such tough chicken politely. You've got to get stuck in!
|Rocking the turtleneck?|
So that was a little insight into what I've been up to when I haven't been working, blogging, writing or being in a coma. To end the post, here is a song from Frozen. Demi Lovato has also covered this song. But I enjoy Indina's much more. Perhaps because it's more powerful. Absolutely beautiful. Enjoy!