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How i celebrated my 21st birthday







So on May 15th 2017 i celebrated my 21st birthday. Well i say the 15th may but i pretty much celebrated all weekend and theres still more to come!






The day before my birthday me and my mum went shopping and brought loads of stuff for our holiday to Cuba. (there is a haul on my channel Lydia Anne on YouTube) it was a really sunny day in Cornwall and it was so nice to spend the time with my mum and Eloise. After shopping i went home to find one of my sisters had decorated my front room with balloons and also put photos on my wall in the shape of a 21. These were photos from when i was born right up until now, i literally am so soppy i cried my eyes out for about 30 mins i couldn't even talk, whilst i was doing that Decarlo couldn't stop laughing at me! When i finally managed to stop crying and actually look at the photos properly Decarlo told me we were going for a meal just me him and Eloise, so i had to go and wash my face and get rid of any make up that was left on my face (which wasn't a lot)

We just arrived at our favorite restaurant which is Cribbs Caribbean restaurant in Falmouth and to my surprise my family were there which was amazing. To start i had reggae reggae duck rolls then for main i had pork belly on rice and peas. I didn't have a starter because i was too full up! I also had a lush strawberry daiquiri. I highly recommend this restaurant to anyone visiting or living in the area!

On my actual birthday i made the most of it and slept quite a bit of the day, both me and Decarlo have been working really hard recently and were exhausted, luckily Eloise happened to be worn out too! We then went shopping to get Decarlo some bits for the holiday and in the evening my family visited with some cake, presents and cards.

It honestly was the best birthday i have ever had and i cant thank everyone enough, anyone who sent me there wishes or anyone who gave me a gift or card i really appreciate it and thank you for making it so special! Now here to more celebrating in Cuba with my family! The birthday celebrations are not over yet!!




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