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T.V Review, Age Before Beauty BBC 1. And What have I Been Up To.

                                             22nd August 2018

A couple of weeks ago I stumbled on this little gem on BBC 1, Age Before Beauty, Tuesday's 9.00 pm, I binged watched the first two episodes on BBC i player in one weekend and had decided to stick with it, It's about a beauty parlor the main character  Bel played by Polly Walker comes back to work at the salon years after leaving, she is brought back to revive it after her jealous sister almost  runs it  into the ground the main plot is that Bel's husband starts to have an affair with  a younger attractive  women the plot has many twist's and turns at first I thought it wouldn't be very good, and that's why it was shoved into the Summer slot when everyone is on holiday but I have been very pleasantly surprised  and now am hooked I will watch  episode 4 after finishing posting here feet up after another very busy day.  Catch this if you can episode five is on next Tuesday or catch up with BBC i player.  I have been working today on the technical side of my blog, "again"  I here you say I have been trying out different style's thinking  that it looks  to amateurish I had some great advice from another blogger who has been so helpful with his wisdom who told me to tidy my page up a bit,  I also have changed the About Me section. I wanted to put a picture next to my name header, I managed to figure out how to do it Yay for me, I am still enjoying blogging and look forward to getting home and sitting here in front of the computer, I have some great Idea's for this  Autumn's  posts while trying to make my  blog look aesthetically pleasing to the reader I hope you are all enjoying it so far and continue with me on my journey. have fun love Mimi 💋                

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