Waiting for the other shoe to drop 

Etymology: A phrase born in New York during the manufacturing boom of the late 19th to early 20th centuries. Apartments were built very similar in design with the bedrooms located above and underneath one another therefore it became common experience of tenants living in these buildings to hear a neighbour removing their shoes in the … Continue reading Waiting for the other shoe to drop 


In Bruges

Me and my boyfriend both work in the service industry. He's a chef, I'm a waitress so after working the frantic festive period it only seemed right to treat ourselves and take a holiday.  We wanted to go somewhere with plenty of character, history and things to do but quaint and quiet so we could … Continue reading In Bruges