I woke up with an urge to do nothing, and by nothing I mean absolutely nothing. It is such a weird feeling, isnt' it? I blame for this that one of the instruments I am using in the lab is currently broken, so my hands are tied, or I am just making excuses. OK the second!
Steven suggested we jump in the car and go for a drive. We ended up in a lovely place that I had seen sometime ago on TripAdvisor while searching for places to visit and things to do in Aberdeenshire.
But first it was coffee for him and cheese scone time for me.
Haddo House is an 18th century mansion with a lovely interior design and exterior architecture. Unfortunately we didn't book a guided tour but the grounds and garden are open to everyone so we wandered around.
I was wearing my favourite peach coloured cardigan that I got from Gap last summer, a pair of skinny jeans from Next and my favourite Folli Follie accessories.
When Steven and I sat down on the lawn to enjoy the sunlight warmth on our faces we saw a crowd of birds flying, in what it almost looked like a heart shape.
Love is in the air, Steven said.
My cunning, ridiculously funny man!
^-^ Obsessed with these stairs. They reminded me of the Jane Eyre movie!
We spend the remaining of our afternoon playing photography, meaning Steven taking pictures of me all over the place, in case you need it for the blog, and also talking about everything from summer holidays, to future plans, my graduation, his job and how incredibly delicious the tiramisu I did last night was.
If you are ever in the Aberdeenshire area, Haddo House is definitely worth a visit. You can go via Ellon village and it is just a short ride from Aberdeen city. I would also recommend Mrs Smith's the cute cafe at the entrance of the House. I really enjoyed my visit there and the staff was very friendly.
That's all for now, I'd better get ready for Helena's party. What are your plans for tonight? I will head at a friend's house to celebrate Eurovision with the precious company of pizza and brownies.