Autumn OOTD 🍁🍂

🍁 Autumn Outfit of the day 🍂

Autumn is here and it’s time to grab those cosy jeans, comfy knits & a hot chocolate cause it’s about to get chilly!

But, I have to admit, in terms of clothes, Autumn is probably my favourite season. Nothing beats being comfy!

Let’s take a look!

New Look, Jeggings ÂŁ15 Jumper ÂŁ9.99

New Look, Earrings ÂŁ3.99

New Look, Rose Gold Pumps ÂŁ17.99

I will definatly be grabbing a couple more of these jumpers as they did some lovely Autumnal colours, burnt orange, mustard etc, plus they are so comfy!

The Jeggings are brilliant as they are really super skinny but also very comfortable as they have an elasticated, high waist.

A great and super cosy Autumnal outfit 🎃🍂🍁

Until next time,

Roseanne 🙂

Staying in a Hobbit hole!

So, last weekend me, my husband Tim, Bestie Roxy & her partner Mike went on an adventure.

We are all fans of LOTR (Lord of the rings) and The Hobbit and when Roxy told me about the Hobbit hole to stay in we knew we had to book it up for the boys.

It was a surprise for them, they had no idea where we were going and what we were doing. So exciting.

We stayed at ‘West Stow Pods’ in their Hobbit Hole. This is in Stowmarket.

We stayed over from Fri-Sun, a perfect weekend stay (although we all agreed we could have happily stayed for longer!!)

It was SO cool, we just kept turning to each other and saying ‘We’re staying in a Hobbit hole!!’ with big smiles on our faces.

The boys both loved it and just kept saying how cool it was (mission accomplished)

It looked so authentic inside and out with the iconic round door, sloping, curved walls, wooden interior, fireplace and so on. The furniture was all wooden too and there were even a few props and stuff which were fun 🤣

There were all the films if you wanted to watch them, all the books and even some board games too.

We did a high ropes activity nearby, whilst we were there, which was good fun.

It had everything you needed for your stay. All we needed to do was shop for a feast, a feast fit for a Hobbit.

It was in its only little area of the forest and had it’s only fenced front garden (which we ate our lunch in, on the Saturday, when the sun came out, bliss) so although you knew there were other pods nearby you could totally emerse yourself in the experience and get lost in the magic of this quaint and unique place.

I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for somewhere a bit different to stay for a weekend and for any LOTR and/or Hobbit fans, it’s a must.

Until next time,

Roseanne 🙂

Malteaser Millionaires shortbread.

I havn’t done a baking post in a little while and as the Autumn/Winter months draw closer it’s all about cosy comforts, and these are perfect.

Plus, it’s Bake Off season so who doesn’t love a bit of inspired baking.

I used a BBC Good Food recipe as they always work so well. I’ll leave that here

I modified this recipe to create these Malteaser filled beauties.

In addition to the ingredients you’ll need:

  • Malteaser Teaser chocolate bar
  • Malteaser buttons (Large share bag)
  • Malteaser Teaser chocolate spread

Just mix these into the chocolate stated in the recipe, melt them together to make them extra special. Add the Malteaser buttons to the melted chocolate mix too but, keep some as decoration.

These went down a treat at the Macmillan Coffee mornings that I attended.

Happy baking!

Until next time,

Roseanne 🙂

Holiblog: Florida edition pt 4


Of course I had to include food in this little series because,lets be real, if you’ve been to America you’ll know that the food is INSANE and so tasty.

I will include my favourite foods/meals and the best places that we visited to eat too.

My favourite American eatery was by far…. Denny’s!! I loved it.


It was everything I imagined an American diner to be and the food was incredible.

My favourite meal (I had it both times that we visited) was ‘Moons over my Hammy’ A delish breakfast sandwich served with their Hash browns on the side.

Their hash browns are a little different to ours but they are super yummy.

I also loved the Dennys milkshakes, I had the Oreo one the cake batter one too.

The cake batter one was amazing, cake-tastic!

Chuy’s Mexican food

My sister noticed this Mexican restaurant when we were in a taxi on our way back from Wal-Mart. The food was incredible, probably one of the best Mexican meals that I’ve ever had.

You were never going to go hungry as they bring over lovely warm and salty tortilla chips (refilled as soon as the basket is empty) These go perfectly with the guacamole 😍

The meals are insane, typical giant American portions but so flavourful.

I went for a combo, which was great as it was made up of different Mexican meals, perfect if you want to try lots of different dishes or can’t decide what to go for!!

We all really enjoyed this meal.

Enclave Suites

Our hotel served some amazing food.

The breakfast was all inclusive and thanks to Virgin we were upgraded 👍🏻

The hot buffet & continental options were fantastic and they changed each day.

My favourite were the Mickey Mouse waffles 😍 Pancakes & their incredibly crispy bacon, it was to die for (put the pancakes & bacon together and your onto a winner)

I also discovered a love of fruit loops too haha!!

Their lunchtime food was also delicious. They did a lovely BBQ on a Saturday which included the usual burgers and hot dogs, as well as some A-MAZ-ING nachos. All very reasonably priced too.

They did delicious sandwiches, crispy fries, quesadillas, platters to share and more. I loved the sound of everything on the menu tbh, it was always a hard choice so we often got the platters to share, as a group, so we could try a bit of everything.

Universal Studios

Now of course the Harryer areas of Universal were my ultimate fave! But the food was actually pretty good too.

At the two separate parks (Islands of Adventure, Hogsmede & Hogwarts castle and Universal Studios, Diagon Alley) they have eateries based on places from the Harry Potter books.

Me and my twin sister Sarah ate at ‘The Leaky Cauldron’ in Diagon Alley during our Harry Potter day and on our last Universal day we all ate as a group at ‘The Three Broomsticks’ in Hogsmede.

They served traditional British food and the fish and chips were to die for!! I had them both times because they were so good.

The ice cream at Florean Fortescues in Diagon Alley was amazing too. There weren’t that many good ice cream places in the area that we were in so this ice cream was a welcome treat and they did some really interesting and very yummy flavours.

The food was so amazing in America, one of my favourite cuisines.

Definatly one of the holiday highlights.

Until next time,

Roseanne 🙂