Saturday, 24 December 2016

2016: My Year in Review

So 2016 has been a very exciting year both on a personal and a blogger level. I started the blog late December 2015 but really didn’t start blogging until January 2016. It was just something I wanted to do to help me get to know the Glasgow food scene a bit better. It made me try out new places and not just stick to my good ole favourites. Never did I think that my blog would lead me to being contacted by PR companies and restaurants themselves to go and review them. Writing my blog has opened so many avenues for me and has enabled me to meet so many lovely people. There are so many people that I want to mention and say thank you to but I will do that at the end, however I do think that Mr EmmaEats (aka Paddy) deserves to be mentioned here … it was Paddy who put the idea of the blog into my head (I do remind him of that now every time he is giving out about having to take photos of his food), he also travel’s to Glasgow with me at least twice a week to try out a new spot, I’m sure he would much prefer to stay local but he does it for me. He also has to put up with me being on my phone ALL the time and even sitting beside me late at night while I’m writing (I tend to find it easier to write late at night). He is a constant support and I am truly grateful to have him in my life. The other person I have to mention is my Mum, she is my number 1 supporter - even though she lives in another country she is constantly sharing my posts and leaving lovely comments (and she loves when I make mention of her in my posts so I guess when I’m home over Christmas I’ll get extra brownie points for this).

So on to the main event … my favourite restaurants of 2016 …

Foodie Highlights
I have posted 64 posts in the last year, this is only a fraction of the places that I have visited, there are just not enough hours in the week to write about everywhere I visit but that does not mean they are not worthy of a post, it just means I never got around to doing up a blog or that when I was out for the meal I actually just wanted to eat without having to take photos. I find every so often I just want to take a day off from taking pictures of my food. There have been so many foodie highlight this year and I wish I could mention everywhere but this post would go on forever if I did, so I have broken it down into two categories:-

  1. My Top Picks
Joint first this year are Titchfields and Ox & Finch. Both of these places are all kinds of amazing and I really like what they do. You can see their reviews by clicking on the following links:- Titchfields & Ox & Finch

  1. Places that I will return to again and again
Cafezique, Singl-end, Stravaigin, Bread Meats Bread City Centre & West End, La Boca, Wilson Street Pantry, Cafe Strange Brew, Gusto & Relish, Ranjits Kitchen, GRO Coffee and Tantrum Doughnuts. If I have done a review of the restaurant you will be able to see it by clicking on the name.

There are so many that come very close to those listed above however, these are the ones that I know I’ll keep going back to. And early next year I am going to endeavour to get back to all of these places as some of them I’ve only visited once. I still have a huge list of places to visit next year, some of them are very established places and some rather newer restaurants but I will slowly but surely work my way through them. I think I would also like to spend some time exploring the Edinburgh food scene so hopefully I will get to do that next year.

Towards, the latter part of 2016 I added a new dimension to the blog, I started to interview the people behind the Glasgow food scene. I personally wanted to learn more about the people who make the food scene what it is so I thought why not do a little interview series. I hope to continue with this in the New Year so if you have any suggestions of who I should interview next or indeed if you are reading this and want to do an interview get in touch via my email A big thank you to all of those who have taken part so far, to see their interviews just click on their names:- Laurianee's Raw Cakes, David Banks, Stewart & Calvin from Titchfields, & Stephen from La Boca.

What’s Next
As I’ve said next year I hope to revisit some of my favourite spots and maybe try to spend a bit more time sampling what Edinburgh has to offer. I am also hoping to do a little bit of rebranding so watch this space …

The Thank You’s
So where do I start, there are so many people that I want to thank …. I suppose firstly, I would like to say a big thank you to my family and friends back home in Ireland. I love you all dearly and having your constant support means the world to me. I miss you all but with modern technology (jeez how old do I sound) you are never that far away. Next up is Paddy’s family and friends, who have now become my family and friends. What can I say? You have all helped make the transition to living in Scotland so much easier. The support you have given me has really helped me settle down to life on the West Coast of Scotland - mind you none of you warned me how bloody wet the West is. But I owe you all a really big thank you - you are great.

A huge thank you to Lisa (aka Little Ms Glasgow Girl) … thank you for answering that random message from another blogger asking to go for a coffee to talk about the Glasgow food scene. You have been a great support to me throughout the year and I feel we have built a lasting friendship (and thankfully our relationship has developed so our conversation has extended past the Glasgow food scene). I’m looking forward to all our outings in 2017. Next up is all of you at Lucky 52 Social Media Agency and the blogging class. Firstly to Paul (Paul Thomas Bell), Naomi (The Naomi Narrative) & Riona, I cannot put into words what you have done for me … without being too dramatic you have changed my life (& obviously for the better). You introduced me to a whole new scene up in Glasgow and with your help and guidance I have grown my blog to levels that I would never have dreamed possible. You have opened so many doors for me and I will never know how to thank you all properly … You are Rockstars. To the members of my blogging class, Wendy (Weekends with Wendy), Joyce (Grandma Williams) and Graham (Graham Wilson Undrunk) - you guys are great. You have all been a great support to me personally and on the blog, so I owe you all a very big thank you (or to keep Paul happy … thanks a mil).

Next up is the wider blogging community:- I know by listing people out I will forget someone but ….so I would like to say a general thank you to the blogging community here as I have found you all to be so open and friendly, however I do want to make a special mention to a few people who I have built up a friendship with … so in no particular order Kaitlin, Claire, Michelle, Gerry, & Kris... a big thank you for welcoming me into the Glasgow food scene and for freely offering advice and help. Kaitlin you are about to start your own adventure so I want to wish you the very best of luck with your new life in Barcelona.

To my readers/followers you Rock, thank you so much for your support throughout the last year. I could never have imagined that I would have so many people reading my blog every day. I hope you continue to find my posts engaging in 2017.

And to the amazing restaurateurs and those who work in restaurants - thank you for making the Glasgow food scene what it is and for providing me with some many nice places to write about.

Finally over the year I have gotten to know more people behind the Glasgow food scene, I've sat with them and spoke at length about food etc - I want to express a really big thank you to all of those who take time out to meet with me and to talk about my favourite topic .... food.
Ok so that’s it. 2016 you have been an amazing year and I am so excited for what 2017 is going to bring.

Thanks a mil for reading.

Emma mai xx

PS:- there are probably so many others that I forgot to thank or I didn't mention here because they are part of different aspects of my life but I'm just trying to keep this post about EmmaEats.

Monday, 19 December 2016

Product Review - Ovenbird Coffee, The Watchman's Dream

If you follow my blog you know that I have become a huge fan of Ovenbird coffee, I will admit I'm not the biggest fan of coffee in general but I do drink it regularly. So I'm not a coffee connoisseur, nor am I trying to be, I just want to share my experience of coming across a really nice coffee. At the start of the year I went to Gusto & Relish in Shawlands for brunch and not only did I find one of the nicest places for brunch I also came across Ovenbird Coffee. When I drink coffee I always feel that its harsh (I can't put it into words properly but the word harsh just comes to mind) however when I had this coffee in Gusto & Relish it was just so soft and silky, it was probably the first really enjoyable cup of coffee that I have ever had. So on the way out of Gusto & Relish I had to ask about the coffee and was informed that it was called Ovenbird and that it was roasted in Glasgow. I was also subsequently informed that they had the actual beans for sale in the cafe. So that was it I walked out of Gusto & Relish with some Dead Poets Society coffee and after that, whenever I was in the Shawlands area I would pop into Gusto & Relish to restock. You can check out my review of Gusto & Relish by clicking HERE.

Who are Ovenbird?

Ovenbird Coffee is based in Glasgow, in Castlemilk to be precise and is sold in a few outlets throughout Scotland. You can get it in Gusto & Relish and Nic's NYC Deli in Glasgow. However, if you are not near anywhere that sells Ovenbird Coffee you can also get your fix online. So what are Ovenbird coffee all about? Well as it says on the website "they try their best not to be sucked into the spiral of the bad coffee world" and this, they certainly do and do it very well. Ovenbird are about old fashioned roasting. The coffee is sourced from old generation farmers and mill workers mainly from East Africa and some from Central South America. Ovenbird is concerned with forging relationships with the people behind the coffee which ensures the quality of life for the producers and high quality coffee for the roastery in Glasgow.

The product: Watchman's Dream

Watchman's Dream is aged raw, single origin Malawian/Rwandan beans for 5/8 weeks in Scottish Whisky barrels. Throughout the ageing process the barrels are rolled to ensure maximum exposures of all the beans to the aromatic sides. After the ageing process they are roasted to a medium roast - which Ovenbird believes brings out the perfect balance of whisky and coffee flavour. The first time I tasted Watchman's Dream was out in Ovenbird's HQ. I wasn't told what I was getting but I did notice that oat milk was being used so I was intrigued. I was handed this cup of coffee and as I was bringing the cup towards my mouth I got this subtle smell of whisky and strangely enough it was a lovely whisky smell. I'm not a whisky drinker (yes I know I've let you down, I'm not the sterotypical Irish gal) and normally even the smell of it puts me off but this smell was so unusual, I was definitely able to smell whisky, but with the coffee the aroma was just a soft and subtle smell of whisky.

To the taste there were subtle hints of chocolate, tobacco and of course whisky. It is very aromatic and really smooth and silky. The coffee tasted perfect to me and was a real treat (I actually had to have another one before I left as I thought it was just amazing). I was told that oat milk worked best with it, so I thought who I am to argue with that. However, over the last few months I have had many a cup of Watchman's Dream and I've had it with regular milk. And I've decided that maybe I should believe the coffee expert in future, as I do agree, oat milk does work better with it as it adds a whole other dimension to the coffee. However, in saying that, when I run out of oat milk I have no problem taking it with regular milk, it is still pretty awesome. In the photo below I have two cups of coffee, both of them are just regular Watchman's Dream but one has oat milk and the other is regular milk. The cup that looks so much darker is the oat milk - if you are an oat or nut milk driner you will be used to the darker look of it in your tea or coffee, to those of you who don't drink it, the darker look is normal.

How do you get your hands on this coffee?

If you want to try this coffee out for yourself all you need to do is head to the shop section of the Ovenbird website and buy yourself some Watchman's Dream, I do believe there is only a limited amount of the Watchman's Dream available so get in quickly to avoid disappointment. Or browse through the other blends and try one of them out. Click HERE to shop for coffee. I would love to hear what you think of Ovenbird so please get in touch if you try it out.

Contact Details

You can view Ovenbird's website by clicking HERE. Our visit them on their social media accounts by clicking on the following links:- FACEBOOKTWITTER & INSTAGRAM.

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Thanks a mil for reading. 

Emma mai xx

Friday, 16 December 2016

Interview with Stephen, La Boca, Glasgow

Photo Credit: La Boca

If you follow my blog and my social media accounts you will know that I'm a fan of La Boca on Hope Street. I personally think that the tapas here are the best I've had in Glasgow. As well as loving the food, what I really liked about the place was the fact that the quality of the food used is of utmost importance and that it is a family run business. There is always a member of the family in the restaurant, so you have that personal touch at all times. The last time I was there Stephen (who owns the restaurant) very kindly sat down and spoke to me about the ethos of the restaurant and it was clear to see how passionate he was about the place. So I thought to myself, this is the passion that I want to write about for my blog. I decided to approach Stephen to see if he was willing to do an interview with me and thankfully he was.

I arrived into La Boca on a cold afternoon (jeez this is beginning to become a theme to all my posts - maybe I need to get over the fact that whether it’s summer or winter it’s generally cold here) and sat in a window seat shooting the breeze with Stephen. You would swear we were old friends, we sat down and just had a general chat about things, he is so easy to talk to and generally once you get me talking about food I just can't stop. I was beginning to think I was the worst interviewer ever as we were an hour in and Stephen probably knew more about me than I did about him. So I turned the spotlight on him - I didn't do the normal Q&A type session I just asked Stephen to tell me how he got here running an amazing authentic Spanish Tapa's restaurant in Glasgow. Whilst I knew some of Stephen's background he certainly was well able to shock me with some of jobs he had previously, he has such an interesting story.

Photo Credit: La Boca

Stephen started working in a retail group when he was still in school, it was a part time Saturday job. He subsequently became assistant manager in Lanton Leisure in Paisley. Lanton Leisure had snooker tables, a health centre, dance studio, a bar, lounge and a restaurant. At the age of 20 he started to work for Allied Brewery (now called Allied Demecq). Stephen was the youngest pub manager in Scotland at the time. However, whilst he may have been the manager he wasn’t able to have the licence in his name as he was under 21, so the area manager had to hold the licence. Whilst Stephen was working there he had plenty of drink reps calling in, he was doing crazy hours every week and saw these people in their suits and lovely company cars so he thought that this was something he would like to do. He heard that Grant Met Brewing were advertising for sales people so he applied and was successful. Stephen climbed the ranks here and became a National Account Manager looking after the Co-Op chain. This job however required that he had be to down in London quite regularly so when Guinness came knocking looking for someone to take over and run trade in Scotland Stephen gladly accepted the job.

Stephen then spent 10 years with Guinness in various roles and various secondments. From there Stephen went to Scottish Brewers. Unfortunately he wasn't in this job long before some health issues made him rethink life. He decided that he didn't want any regrets in life, he had always wanted to own and run his own pub so he knuckled down for 2 years and then left Scottish Brewers to set up Avalon in Paisley. From what I've heard about Avalon it had become the go to pub for people. After building up the pub Stephen was in a position to go and buy another pub, so Platform 1 opened two years after Avalon. Then, with the way the economy was going back in 2007 Stephen thought it was a good time to get out of the market and sold the pubs to a national chain.

Photo Credit: La Boca

From my first visit I knew that Stephen had lived in Spain for a number of years and I must admit at this point I was wondering how he had fitted so much into his life and maybe I didn't pick him up properly about living in Spain. But no I was right, so after Stephen sold the pubs he headed to Spain. I did have to ask, why Spain? Stephen said in 2003 he was in Seville on holidays and really loved it, he had thought at that point that before the end of the decade he would be living in Spain. So in 2007 that’s exactly what happened. He went out to Spain with no plan or no idea of what he would like to do. So he set himself up as a consultant/agent to assist businesses grow and to assist people who wanted to buy a place out there. The timing wasn't great, as within 6 months the economy had crashed and things disappeared very quickly. At this point Stephen had to decided whether or not to stay in Spain - he decided to stay and needed to find himself a job.

At this point Stephen told me that he loved the radio, as a kid he remembers listening to the radio with his mother and always had an aspiration to be on the radio. I didn't see this coming but it turns out that Stephen had his own radio show on a Saturday for an hour every week. It was a sports show to update expats on all the results from the UK. So I hear you ask, how did this come about ... Stephen said he just brass necked it. He wrote to three major radio stations with his idea for the show and one came back to him and gave him the opportunity to do it. Through some inept business skills Stephen managed to make a decent amount of money from his one hour slot and managed to make a name for himself at the same time. Stephen used his contacts in the UK to build up a great correspondent team including ex Scotland football players, ex arsenal players, Formula 1 drivers and cricketers to name but a few. So onto the next twist in the story - Stephen subsequently became the CEO of the radio station. He had done such a good job with his own program and managed to increase revenue so much that he had been noticed. Under Stephen’s watchful eye the station just kept on growing and it was expanded to Gibraltar, Mallorca and along the coast up to Valencia. This position afforded Stephen many opportunities most notably meeting famous celebrities (as in Eva Longoria) and eating out in a lot of high-end establishments. 
Photo Credit: La Boca
So after a few years in Spain due to family circumstances Stephen moved back to good ole Scotland. Stephen was trying to get a job for a while, with not much luck and then the concept of La Boca came about. He felt it made sense to bring proper authentic Spanish tapas to the Glasgow food scene. Stephen sources the products for La Boca as much as possible from Spain and has the biggest draft selection of Spanish beer in Scotland. All the food in La Boca is of the highest quality and is made fresh every day. They always endeavour to have someone on the floor who can speak Spanish and the chef’s are Spanish too. I think all Stephen needs to work on now is getting some of the amazing Spanish weather over here.

Anyway pop in have some food and see for yourself what La Boca is all about. While you’re there you might get to speak to Stephen or his daughter Ally (who Stephen says is the actual boss) and see first hand their passion for La Boca.

Photo Credit: La Boca

Finally, I would just like to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to Stephen for allowing me to interview him. I love getting to see the passion of the people behind the food Glasgow food scene. 

Further Information:-
Address: 189 Hope Street, Glasgow, G2 2UL
Telephone: 0141 237 7575
Website: click here
Facebook: click here
Twitter: click here

Photo Credit: La Boca

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Thanks a mil for reading. 

Emma mai xx 

Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Dinner at Chaakoo Bombay Cafe, Glasgow

I was in town one day for afternoon tea at 29 Glasgow, which was a lovely experience and you can see my review by clicking HERE. Afterwards I decided to walk around the shops and soak up some of the early Christmas spirit. So a few hours later and a few (or a lot) of shopping bags later I decided it was time to head home. As I was heading to the train station I remembered that I had zero food in the house which meant I would have to grab a bite to eat in Glasgow ... (any old excuse). I wanted to go somewhere in the general direction of Central Station and I didn't want a huge plate of food. Chaakoo Bombay Cafe popped into my mind ... Chaakoo describes itself as "Glasgow's newest Iranian inspired cafe/restaurant and aims to take guests back in time to experience the incredible flavours smells and atmosphere of a classic Iranian cafe. The original Bombay Cafes, otherwise known as Irani cafes, were opened by Iranian immigrants who came to India in the 19th Century. Irani Cafes were popular for Irani Chai tea and a melting pot menu of Classic Iranian grill dishes and classic Bombay dishes". I had been dying to try the place out since it opened so off I headed. I walked in the door and immediately liked the look of the place, it is bright and airy with really cool and unusual light fixtures, pictures and signs. I was shown to my table by the very friendly host and given the menus.

Firstly, be warned - the menu is huge - there is so much to choose from. Chaakoo is very on trend with it's small plates and the waitress advised that in general two dishes with rice or naan is enough for one person. The menu reads really well and to be honest there were so many dishes that I wanted to try. In the end I went for Daal Makhani, Gobi Manchurian and Lemon Rice and oh my god it was delicious. The Daal is described as overnight cooked black lentils & red kidney beans on tandoor, tomato purée, fresh ginger and cream and it was so tasty. I love lentils and generally if I'm in an Indian I'm ordering lentils but there was just something a little bit extra special about this dish - there were deep undertones to it that I'm just not used to and I really enjoyed it. My Gobi Manchurian is described as Calcutta fried cauliflower, garlic, chilli & ginger and seriously even though I was stuffed I had to eat all of this dish - it was delicious. I like cauliflower in general but this is just amazing. Finally the Lemon Rice, described as basmati rice, fenugreek seeds, mustard seeds, fresh lemon juice was lovely and the seeds really added an extra layer of taste to the whole dish. All in all I really loved my food. My only regret was that I really wasn't overly hungry but never mind I will definitely be back. Food rating:- 4/5.

Service here was very friendly and attentive. The waitress went through the menu with me and advised how it worked. Once I had my food she also checked that everything was ok. Service rating:- 5/5.

There is a really nice relaxed vibe about this place. It is somewhere I could imagine going and spending a few hours just relaxing there. It is very pretty and tastefully done and you do feel like you are stepping back in time (in a good way of course). The place wasn't packed but there was a really good crowd which create the lovely vibe. Atmosphere rating:- 4/5.

My total bill was £14.55 and this included, a bottle of sparkling water, 3 dishes and an americano. I think this was very reasonable priced for the quality and quantity of the food. Price rating:- 4/5.

Last words
I really like this place, from the moment I walked in the front door I felt a relaxed and chilled atmosphere. Whilst there was a good crowd in the restaurant it wasn't loud or intrusive. The noise just mixed in with the background music. The food is really nice and really worth a visit. Total rating: 17 out of 20.

Date Visited: Thursday, 24 November 2016.

Restaurant Details 
Chaakoo Bombay Cafe 
79 St Vincent Street 
G2 5TF 

Telephone: 0141 229 0000

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Thanks a mil for reading.

Emma mai

PS - see photo below - don't forget to ask to play Paasa to try to win a meal for two. 

Thursday, 8 December 2016

Interview with Stewart and Calvin from Titchfield's, Kilmarnock

Photo Credit: Titchfields

So the next instalment of 'who are they' is the guys behind Titchfields, Restaurant in Kilmarnock. If you follow my blog or social media accounts you will know that I'm a huge fan of Titchfield's in Kilmarnock. I love everything about this place, the staff, service, atmosphere and food (of course) are great. What even makes it more special is that they are champions of supplying good quality local food. I didn't think I could love this place anymore than I already did, however that changed when I met the two guys behind Tictchfield's. Their passion for the restaurant and food in general was so infectious that I think I'm completely obsessed with the place now.

It was a wet and dreary day (I know such a shocker on the West Coast of Scotland to have wet weather) when I call into the boys to have a chat but as I have come to expect, it was lovely and welcoming in Titchfield's. Once the lunch time madness had quietened down (and my own belly was full of the most amazing sausage and lentil dish) I sat down with the boys to see how it all started.

So who are the people behind Titichfield's?
Well, it's two local guys, Stewart and Calvin. Stewart runs front of house and Calvin runs the kitchen. These guys have been passionate about food for a long time, their passion for food didn't just come to being over night. Both of the boys have been working in the food industry since they left school - to look at them you wouldn't think that was too long ago, however when you hear all the experience they have amassed you know they have been around the block for a while (still not as long as me though).

Stewart started out washing dishes in a restaurant in Kilmarnock and decided that it wasn't for him so he transitioned to front of house and then onto the cocktail scene up in Glasgow. Stewart is of the opinion that when you are young you need to experience as much as you can which helps you figure out what it is you want to do with your life (and to be honest I completely agree ... I did veterinary nursing when I left school and look at me now).

Calvin also started out in a restaurant in Kilmarnock after finishing school. He then moved up to Glasgow and worked in a number of different places gaining valuable experience. Whilst he was doing this he was also at college doing a Degree in Art. I suppose one might say that art and food are not connected at all but you can clearly see Calvin's artistic flare in his dishes.

Photo Credit: Titchfields

So how did Titchfield's come about?
Stewart and Calvin went to the same school and have known each other for a long time. When they were both working in restaurants they often said that they would do something together in the future. The years passed, more experience was gained and then towards the end of 2014 the concept of Titchfield's was beginning to raise it's head. During summer 2015 the concept of Titchfield's became a reality. The boys felt that they had gained so much experience doing hard work for others that they could do the hard work for themselves and their own restaurant. So Titchfield’s was born in November 2015, it just celebrated it's first birthday on 11 November 2016.

Photo Credit: Titchfields

The ethos of Titchfield's
This is what I love about the place - they care about the food, the quality of the food and where it comes from. Stewart said that they have stood in the fields where the beef in Titchfield's comes from. They explained the importance of a good relationship with a supplier and the importance of getting to know the supplier and their produce. They seem like the kind of people who are not just satisfied with what it says on the tin - they need to be certain of the quality of the food before using it in the restaurant. I'm guessing they probably look for the same passion in the suppliers that they have. Obviously, when working with local produce there are constraints and as such constraints may be put on the menu but to look at the menu in Titchfield's you would never think that.

When I met the boys it was coming up to their first anniversary so I had to ask how was the first year?
The boys said that running a restaurant is like any new venture and as such it has had its ups and downs, however it is all going great now. Things are going in the right direction and thankfully they have amassed a loyal following. I reckon with any business it takes a little while to figure out what does and doesn't work but it appears to me the boys in Titchfield's figured this out quickly.

Photo Credit: Titchfields

So I then asked what was next?
The boys unfortunately are not planning on taking over the world, right now they are happy to concentrate on Titchfield's and continue to grow their presence in Ayrshire.

So just it case you've gotten this far and haven't realised it, the boys passion for food (and their hard work) is what makes Titchfield's amazing. I really want to make Titchfield's a destination for everyone to visit - not just those in Ayrshire - people should be travelling to this place. So stop by, try it out and let me know what you think.

If you are looking for somewhere to go to for dinner on Christmas Day call Titchfield’s immediately as they have limited availability.

Finally I just want to say a big thank you to the guys for doing the interview and for giving me so much time. I think we sat down and spoke about food for a few hours. I could have stayed for another few hours but I'm guessing all the people booked in that night wouldn't have been so happy.

Contact Details for Titchfields:-

10 Titchfield Street,

Telephone: 01563 530100
Facebook: CLICK HERE
Instagram: CLICK HERE

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Thanks a mil for reading.

Emma mai xx

Photo Credit: Titchfields