What's Good FizzFam?😀 Hope you're all enjoying the weekend. We've been feeling SO happy since the show - it was such a fun experience and the feedback from you guys has been phenomenal!💥Thank you for all your kind words 🙏 I found this 'old' photo of newborn Karma on my phone and I couldn't resist sharing it with you all 🖤😍 omg she's growing up so fast 😭😭😭 #newbornbaby#cute
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The wedding was a success, the blow dry was a success, but I can confirm the DJ did not find my constant music requests endearing, quite the contrary. I have also woken up smelling like biscuits and looking like a tangerine thanks to the haphazard application of some fake tan. I also had lemon meringue pie for breakfast which I can highly recommend incorporating into your daily routine 🤤
In England we have been blessed with the weather this week, so sunny and lovely and also much warmer than it should be at this time of year, hence the early blooming of the blossom. It’s definitely put a spring in my step and I can always tell what mood I’m in by how colourful my photos are.
This street in Brighton really reminded me of the colourful houses and shops on Portobello Road in Notting Hill. It actually has a very interesting concept behind it. The street, New Road, became a bit of a run down cesspit so the council knew they had to make a change. Instead of completely banning cars on the road, they made it so cars could travel here, but on people’s terms, so the pedestrians have full right of way.
The French burned the little town of Brighton in 1514. That was an easy task as most buildings in the town were wooden and they had thatched roofs. Yet it was soon rebuilt. In 1545 the French attacked Brighton again. A writer said the French commander: 'Came forth into the seas and arrived on the coast of Sussex before Brighthamstead (Brighton) and set certain of his soldiers on land to burn and spoil the country, but the beacons were lit (to warn people in the nearby villages and call on them to help) and the inhabitants thereabout came down so thick, that the Frenchmen were driven to fly with loss of diverse of their numbers so that they did little hurt there'. 🔥
Acroyoga says more about a person than a day of talking. You can read so much about someone through their touch, the way they communicate, the way they hold you or put their safety in your hands. From emotions to energy. The roots of their blockages and fears. Their resilience. 1 minute of acro flow for 1 day of talking all the time. ❤️ W/ @andrezagnoli