Just a quickie this week with, firstly, the bareMinerals competition I promised you!
Their new 'Ready' range has just launched, it's so exciting, especially for those who can't get along with a 'swirl, tap, buff!' A while back I blogged about attending their PR launch and meeting Mr Rogers!
Well lovely Lee and SJ gave me a little launch pack of their fabulous high-quality pressed powders for a competition – there are blushers, eyeshadows, mineral veil and more – and the leaflet and bag. The ingredients are high quality with some wonderful essential oils like borage and camellia.
If you'd like to win it, just leave a comment below, telling me what you most like about the bareMinerals make-up range. Winner chosen at random from all comments left below, after closing date of midnight on Wednesday 30th May (go here to the P.S. to find out more about how to leave a comment on blogs!). The winner will be contacted individually, but also posted here on a comment after the draw!
Thanks and good luck!
Now not a lot of people may know this (!), but I spent many a happy summer holiday in a caravan with my family in Hastings. So when Glenn said shall he get one, I jumped at the chance!
I was one of the first to go out in it and we parked up in a lovely caravan park just up the road from Brighton marina itself, (just over an hour from where I live), surrounded by frolicking bunnies! Whilst there, we relaxed a lot, but then had a brief walk down to the marina for a lovely cuppa overlooking all the boats.
One of them was the Collective Spirit – resting before its long journey for the Jubilee. It's a 'patchwork' boat that's been made out of 1200 or so bits of old donated wood – there's a guitar there if you look closely!
For more info about this fascinating project go to their website. Lucky me for seeing it on the marina! Have to look out for it sailing up the Thames now eh!
All in all a wonderful treat, to get away in a self-contained 'house on wheels' for a couple of nights. And the sun shone for us too! More about the motorhome way of life in future blogs – but suffice it to say, it's like being a kid again!
More next week, have a fab time, and hope you don't miss me too much! Hehe!
P.S. Don't forget to read the last blog (posted Monday 21st) – part two of my 50th birthday celebrations, including medieval mayhem with 30 of us on a coach up London, and some funny Ralph moments from Honora shows – he is so saucy sometimes!!