I was so, so, so very tempted to write a full review of Inside Out but I resisted as I think I would have just ended up rambling about how good it was. Suffice to say it was good, very good. So good in fact I wanted to go straight back in and see it again. I couldn’t as it the was the last screening of the day but yes, first class Pixar – a story that is at once touching and has the ability to make a whole cinema screen burst out laughing.
It beautifully shows how important our memories are at helping to shape our personality in a way that will engage with young and old alike!
Shaun in the City Bristol Trail
If you read this blog at all you’ll know that the Shaun in the City trail is now in full swing and that there are some b-ewe-tiful sheep scattered around Bristol. I love these art trails so much as they take you to places you might not have seen before at the same time as showcasing some fab-ewelous pieces of art.
I can’t really pick a favourite as I keep changing my mind! But I do really love Dolly!
Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire
My Harry Potter re-read continued in July and it’s fair to say it’s my book of the month – probably has something to do with it’s one of the few books I read in July (it’s a big book and I’m not the fastest of readers).
But of course it’s also a wonderful story and one of my favourite in the series – big up Winky and Dobby!