Hello everyone, we hope this week’s isolation blog reaches you all safe and well. This week I have been mainly focusing on the fact that we are so lucky to live in such a beautiful place; our daily walks have been an absolute joy and we feel so privileged that we can walk straight from our door into some incredible countryside.
In product news, please remember we are able to post out any of your favourite Bumble and bumble products, just contact us at email@example.com and we can send them out to you. Our colour sticks and hair powders have been very popular as they do such a great job at blending coloured hair at their roots. If you have a little more time than normal to concentrate on yourself, why not try the Bumble and bumble’s hot oil treatment for those who want to hydrate their hair to leave it nourished with a smooth finish. We also have a wide range of shampoos and conditioners to suit a variety of hair types. We would be happy to give you advice on the best one for you if you let us know your hair type, how often you wash your hair and if you like to heat style it.
We are posting regularly on our Facebook page, so please take a look as it is packed full of things to do. We have had some lovely recipe ideas from Anne, Jules and Sam as well as tips on how to cut your fringe from Karen! We have also put on links to a live stream from the national theatre, who will be live streaming every Thursday. Last weeks ‘One Man, two Guvnors’ was extremely enjoyable and we would highly recommend it.
For those crafty people out there, take a look at the following link; https://www.craftscouncil.org.uk/articles/up-skill-in-isolation-online-craft-classes-you-can-do-from-home/ We would love to see any photographs of the creations you make.
For any art lovers, take a look at this work from our very own local artist David Hockney https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-52109901?SThisFB&fbclid=IwAR1UzGILxjPXobPJ1cSrwXJap-INgsT0bnecrscdzRUm64DWfXRfkTn-Ek8 Manchester Art gallery are doing lots of lovely things virtually and are featuring one of my favourite artists Derek Jarman https://manchesterartgallery.org/
If you are wanting to watch something with the children over Easter, Anne and I (and our children!), really loved ‘Christopher Robin.’ It is a truly feel-good film, with beautiful costume and sets, be prepared to have a little cry but then feel all warm at the end!
On the Winnie Pooh theme and following on from Anne’s quote last week, I shall leave you with the wisdom of Eeyore ‘After all one can’t complain, I have my friends.’
Stay safe everyone
Debbie and the team at Zeitgeist