Ghost Town

First and foremost, it's been 5 whole days and I haven't touched a Dominos. Going cold turkey has been tough, there have been moments where I've been tempted but I'm proud to stay I've stayed strong and pizza free. Long may it continue!

In other news, the boy-friend and I have become overwhelmingly obsessed with zombies. 
Since watching The Walking Dead (which we have now finished the first series of, and OMFG what an ending!!) we have gone crazy for all things un-dead. So much so that a trip to HMV resulted in the purchasing of an insane amount of zombie-themed DVD's. 

And that's only half of the comprehensive list we made of the most desirable zombie titles. So that's what we've been doing these past few days, as well as viewing some less death-orientated movies...

Although, to be fair, these 2 are only slightly less concerned with death. It's actually still a predominant theme in both. Hmm, perhaps it's death we're obsessed. with...morbid.
Let The Right One In is the original version of Let Me In, which was released last year and is based on a novel. It's Swedish, so was subtitled, and although most critics claim it's better than the remake, I actually preferred the American version with Kick Ass' Chloe Grace Moretz, mainly because I found her to be a much better portrayal of the character than her Swedish counterpart.

I also got my second Graze box delivered on Friday.

This one had Pina Colada (pineapple, mango and coconut), Cheddar Gorge (cheese cashews, salsa corn sticks and herb crackers), Jaffa Cake (hazels, orange raisins and dark chocolate buttons) and Fiery seeds (chilli pumpkin and sunflower seeds).

The fiery seeds were a bit too hot for my delicate taste buds, but everything else is yummy, especially cheddar gorge (I heart cheese).

Now it's unfortunately a rare early night for me, to get up for work tomorrow at 10.
Hopefully it's a better shift that last week, during which I got sent home after fainting with suspected concussion...oh the woes of a working life.

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