Getting Out With The Girls, And Checking Out Oh Me Oh My, Liverpool

We all have those days that we just don’t want to get out of bed. You know the kind of day where you are just exhausted. Tired of adulting, juggling and having to be the bad guy. All in the endeavour of ensuring our kids grow up kind and considerate human beings.

Of course the addition of man flu doesn’t help, nor does a particularly brutal gym class that leaves you almost unable to walk. Making stairs an impossibility, I kid you not last week I negotiated the stairs on my hands and knees.

So when I woke up last week with the prospect of driving to Liverpool ahead of me, I honestly couldn’t think of anything worse. All I wanted to do was top myself up with painkillers and spend the day in bed watching old movies.

But that’s not what us mums do is it? We get up and crack on. Lead by example and show our kids that there is nothing to gain feeling sorry for yourself. Nothing motivates you more than meeting up with a group of lovely ladies who make you laugh till your face hurts.

So I set off, picking Jenny up along the way and chatting as we frantically tried to negotiate Liverpool traffic and roadwork’s. I will never understand why it is so hard to get to Liverpool from where I live? Before we eventually found Colette and Karen at Liverpool Docks.

A Day wandering in Liverpool www.extraordinarychaos.com

Carousel at Liverpool Docks www.extraordinarychaos.com

Days out with the girls are sometimes just what you need!

There seems to have been so much negativity about lately. People bitching and worrying about what other people are up too. And leaving god-awful comments on people’s blog posts. Haters are always going to hate but there honestly is no need for it! We should all be supporting each other not judging each other. Thankfully this is a minority, as life is too short.

I want to surround myself with amazing people that have my back and are as happy to give me constructive feedback rather than tell me what I want to hear. We all need that don’t we?

The aim of the day was to celebrate Karen’s 40th Birthday and chat about all things blogging. Karen had chosen Oh Me Oh My for afternoon tea and we decided to have a wander and get some photos.

Whilst it was not raining we were not blessed by the weather and feeling the effects of the tail end of a hurricane the wind was fierce and cold. But this made the day all the more fun as we tried to negotiate the wind and get some photos of our day out.

A Bloggers meet up in Liverpool www.extraordinarychaos.com

A trip to Liverpool Dock www.extraordinarychaos.com

Afternoon Tea was delicious and if you have not been to Oh Me Oh My then you have to check it out.

Offering the most amazing selection of tea and cakes, the perfect recipe for a wonderful girls afternoon. And being a lover of design I didn’t know where to look first. With its high ceilings, beautiful lights and quirky design it’s the perfect place to chill and chat with friends.

Visiting oh me oh my in Liverpool www.extraordinarychaos.com

A Look around Oh me Oh My in Liverpool

Afteroon Tea at Oh Me Oh My www.extraordinarychaos.com

The interior of oh me oh my Liverpool www.extraordinarychaos.com

That is what surrounding yourself with wonderful people around you is all about?

Spending time together, laughing LOADS, being supportive and kind. Friends no matter how new should be people you want to be around and make you feel good about yourself.

I am lucky, lucky with my real life friends they are pretty special beautiful people and my blogging friends are very much the same. And that is exactly why on those days that you just don’t want to get out of bed, you absolutely should.  Because I promise you will feel a million times better. Even if said blogging friends spend all day laughing at you inability to walk! 🙂 xx

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18 thoughts on “Getting Out With The Girls, And Checking Out Oh Me Oh My, Liverpool”

    • Ha ha its ok, it was comical I need to do that class again and strengthen up those muscles and thank you I am lucky to have you too x

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  1. Oh babes thanks for picking me up once again we were all having trouble getting out of bed that day but so amazing we made the effort as you said so so worth it in every way possible. You ladies always uplift me and inspire me to do more, be better and make me feel comfortable and happy. I am so blessed to have met you ladies and feel honoured to get together with you ladies. It was such a fab day minus the ability to not be dizzy or you walking normal or Karen being 50/50 gin. I think colette was the only one whole that day. Afternoon tea was delightful!!!

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  2. Ah Sarah you poor thing walking up stairs on your hands and knees! I hope you’re recovered now. I love Liverpool, it’s my second home after living there so long but I never went to Oh Me Oh My – must put that right! x

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  3. So pleased you had a lovely time despite feeling grotty. I always think unless you’re at deaths door, getting out can help to take your mind off it. Those cakes look lovely! xx

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  4. Every time I visit your blog, you’re eating an afternoon in the most delightful setting – this place looks gorgeous! I know exactly what you mean about wanting to hibernate when you feel grotty but sometimes getting out and about is the best thing for us. Glad you all had a good day. xx

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  5. Aaaah LOVE this — especially the pic of you and Karen!! I MISS you!!! I can’t believe I’ve not seen you since Blogtacular!! That feels like an age ago. We need a catch up. And well done for standing up to the man flu and getting out and about — I bet it did you the world of good! xx

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  6. I love this post so much, such gorgeous photos and I can feel you love and happiness in your words. I am so happy to have met you, you are truly lovely. I’m so glad you had so much fun in Liverpool x

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