Hogmanay – What have you got planned?

With everyone and their granny starting to lose their minds over Christmas and the fast approaching chaos that comes along with it, I thought it would be nice to take a step back and think about New Years Eve (or Hogmanay to us Scottish ones) and what we all have planned.

Now, pre-babies, I was always one for making an appearance at George Square to celebrate the New Year… bringing in the bells with my best friends, any random alcoholic drink that was on offer and whatever band was playing. Unfortunately, this usually resulted in me spending New Years Day suffering from the effects of  hypothermia, a belter of a hangover and no memory of the previous night.

Oh to be 19 again.

These days, because I’m getting older and even more boring, I would much rather spend the night with my family, a glass or two of prosecco and lots (and lots) of food, watching the rubbish that is Hogmanay television. The onesie may even make an appearance.

This was my plan, until I heard about Hogmanay at Zizzi.


Welcome in the new year with tasty Italian food in beautiful, grade II listed surroundings…

This New Year, Zizzi’s are hosting a Hogmanay party in their gorgeous new restaurant in Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow. I can speak from experience and say that every time I have been to this particular Zizzi’s, the service, food and atmosphere have always been amazing!


On the 31st of December, from 8pm until 3am, Zizzi’s are offering:

  • An Irn Bru cocktail on arrival
  • A gorgeous, Italian, 5 course meal.

  • Live music from Sophie Rodgers Music

  • A late night buffet.

  • Auld Lang Syne at midnight.

  • A prosecco or whisky to toast the New Year.

  • The Jack Dames playing until 2:30am.

Tickets are priced at £59.95 and can be booked online on their website at www.zizzi.co.uk, by calling 0141 221 2000 or by popping into the restaurant.

What better way to bring in the New Year than with friends and family, amazing food, great music and a fantastic atmosphere… (and who doesn’t love an Irn bru cocktail?!)

Get your tickets soon before they are sold out! It promises to be an incredible night!

The Southside Girl x


A Little More … Vitamin Drinks for Kids.

“Little Ones Need a Little More…”

Last week I received a package from the lovely girls at Tea and Cake PR. We were excited to get the opportunity to review a new range of vitamin-enriched drinks designed especially for children. Now, I’m all for ways of getting my boys to achieve their daily vitamin intake, but I have always been wary of these kind of drinks, as they tend to be laden with sugar.  But on reading the press release and the ingredients list, I realised this wasn’t the case!

The “A Little More” range is one of the first drinks of it’s kind, making it an essential item for mum’s shopping trolley. This new drink for kids is a refreshing blend of natural fruit flavours and spring water. For parent’s who struggle to get their children to enjoy fruits and vegetables, these multivitamin drinks are the perfect solution.

These fresh new drinks not only contain the core essential vitamins to provide overall health and well-being, but they are also made with no added sugar and spring water – perfect for those thirst quenching moments. Each drink is naturally flavoured – orange, citrus or mango and passionfruit – to ensure the taste is not compromised.

It can be enjoyed by children over 3 years of age. The small, easy to carry bottles, complete with a convenient sports cap, make it a perfect addition to any packed lunch, picnic or simple daily nutritious treat.


This range includes Vitamin C, Multivitamins and Vitamin D.

As soon as we opened the package, Aiden grabbed the citrus flavoured Multivitamin drink. In his own words “Yes mummy, I really like that.” I decided to have a taste myself and found it to be quite pleasant, with a strong citrus flavour. It did, however, leave quite a strange aftertaste in my mouth but Aiden didn’t agree and really seemed to enjoy it. Overall, the mango and passionfruit flavoured vitamin D drink was his (and my!) favourite.

Now, one thing I did notice, was that Aiden did become slightly hyperactive after these drinks, which was always my worry. Despite there being no added sugar in these drinks, there was sweetener listed on the ingredients list (NOT aspartame, but sucralose). Aiden is quite sensitive to sugar (an apple can sometimes send him loopy on a bad day!) and I don’t know if it was just a hyperactive burst, or if the drinks had any affect on him.

Overall though, I think these are a fantastic idea! A great way of getting those extra vitamins into your little ones, and maybe a more tooth-friendly option that the usual chewy vitamin gums. At £1.09 from Tesco stores across the UK, they aren’t exactly cheap, but I would probably buy them if I saw them on a special offer.

For more information visit www.moredrinks.co.uk. They also do a range of vitamin drinks for adults which are definitely worth a look!

The Southside Girl x

Goodnight…. sleep tight?

Becoming a parent is one of the most amazing, incredible, life altering things that can ever happen to you. You’re suddenly in charge of this tiny little person and your whole world suddenly revolves around them, their wants and their needs. Everyone knows becoming a parent involves a whole lot of sleepless nights. Babies are hard work. What you’re not told, is that those sleepless nights carry on long after your baby is sleeping through the night. Well, it’s true in my case anyway!

Both of my boys have always been fantastic sleepers, sleeping through the night from around 10-12 weeks old. They have also both been in their own rooms, in their own cots, from 12 weeks old. Welcome over protective mother to the picture, who has spent every night since, waking up several times to go and check on them and spending a ridiculous amount of time listening each night to make sure I can hear them breathing. They cough, I’m in there. They groan, I’m in there. I have become a ridiculously light sleeper, and even when the boys are at a sleepover I still find myself unable to have a decent night’s sleep. Grooooooooan.

So a couple of weeks ago, I was contacted by the people from Silentnight Beds Scotland who asked if i would like to try out a sleep accessory that may help my sleepless night situation. I had to fill in a survey so that they could see my sleeping habits and they would then send me out a suitable sleep accessory (unfortunately, a new bed wasn’t one of the options – gutted 😉 )

A week later I received a lovely parcel from Laura Ashley containing their “Fresh Linen and Jasmine Room Spray.”



The packaging is really lovely. Solid glass bottle with a small polka-dotted design and a silver lid. Lovely. Now, this scent is described on the Laura Ashley website as being;

an uplifting room spray which is infused with a Fresh Linen and Jasmine fragrance to give a wonderfully ambient aroma to the home.

First of all, I will be honest, I was slightly perplexed when I received this. A lavender scent I would have understood. But I had never thought of Linen and Jasmine as scents that would aid sleep.

This room spray really does smell beautiful. It only takes a little bit for the room to become full of the scent. It reminds me hot summer days, clean washing with a hint of sun cream thrown in for good measure. It’s gorgeous!

I’ve tried this room spray out for a week now, and whilst it does make your room smell beautiful, I’m unsure as to whether it did help me sleep better. Feel more relaxed as I was falling asleep? Yes, I think so. A clean, tidy bedroom that smells GORGEOUS is always going to help you relax. But as for an unbroken deep sleep, then I’ll have to be honest and admit that it didn’t really help out in that area. I did wake up in the morning feeling refreshed and the room still held the smell of the spray which was really impressive! I’ve actually taken to spraying the room spray in my living room, and have had numerous compliments on it (particularly from Aiden, who loves it!) so overall, a gorgeous uplifting scent but not necessarily one that will aid sleep.

Here are some of my top tips if you’re a light sleeper/rubbish sleeper like me :

  • Try having a hot bubble bath before bed. Radox do a range of sleep aid bubble baths that might also help with relaxation. Bliss.


This is my current favourite(not a sleep aid one right enough):


  • Make sure you have a clean and tidy bedroom. It really can make all the difference. Clean sheets and new jammies are my absolute most favourite thing in the world!


  • Listening to relaxing music can help you have a better sleep. I went through a phase where I was really struggling to fall asleep. I found several pieces of music on YouTube which include “binaural tones” which are sound patterns which are specifically designed to produce brain waves associated with a relaxed state of mind! I’m usually completely comatose by about 7 minutes in. (Note, if you have a weak bladder, the first ones probably not the best for you, a lot of running water!)

  • Make sure you have a comfortable mattress/bed. It makes all the difference! If you’re looking for a new one, head over and have a wee look at the Silentnight Beds website here.

I hope a few of these tips can help you out. Running on empty is never good for anyone, whether you’re a parent or not. A good nights sleep can make all the difference.

Goodnight everyone, sleep tight and sweetdreams! (hopefully!)

The Southside Girl x

*disclaimer – I was sent this bottle of Laura Ashley room scent for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions remain my own.

Paper Themes Personalised Poster Review

I was lucky enough to receive a personalised poster from Paper Themes a few weeks ago. With our anniversary coming up, I thought it was perfect timing! After all, your first wedding anniversary is traditionally celebrated with a paper gift.

Paper Themes are delighted to offer a fantastic range of personalised posters to create a unique gift for someone special! There are designs to suit a whole array of occasions including; weddings, births, anniversaries, to celebrate your family or even map out worldly travels!

Each design allows you to add special personal details such as names, locations, dates & some designs even allow for images! These beautiful personalised posters are perfect for the home or to decorate wedding & party venues.

Afer having a quick look through the website, I decided on the poster “Our Story” which is a described as “a stunning family story explained in a range of fonts and makes a fantastic keepsake for all the family to cherish throughout the years.” I had been looking for something like this since our wedding last year and was thrilled it was one of the options available. I then emailed my personalisation to Paper Themes and within a day had received a proof (which was just as well as our surname had been misspelled) and then waited on delivery. It is a really easy to use website which makes the whole experience very simple.

Unfortunately i missed the delivery, which was only a few days later which is fantastic. However, due to the post being seriously hit and miss in my area, I didn’t actually receive my poster for another 2 weeks. This is by no means Paper Theme’s fault though – their delivery time exceeded expectations!

The poster was delivered in a cardboard poster tube with a lovely personalised note from Liz at Paper Themes inside. The quality of the poster is amazing, set on a fantastic quality white card and the text really pops out.

I’ve been told IKEA frames are a perfect fit for these posters, but I’ve not had time to get there yet so for the purpose of a few pictures I just used a frame I already had.




This poster, Our Story, is priced at £25 including personalisation. They offer a variety of personalised posters which would be fantastic for engagement, wedding, new baby, new home and anniversary gifts. At £25, it is quite alot of money for what is, simply, a poster, but I think for that personalised touch, the quality and the speed of delivery it is well worth it.

Feel free to pop over to Paper Themes and have a look. They specialise in beautiful wedding stationary, wedding favours and wedding accessories and their products are beautiful. I’m only sorry I didn’t find them last year before my own wedding!

The Southside Girl x

*this poster was sent for the purpose of review, free of charge. All thoughts and opinions remain my own.

Cheeky Harry and Friends – Book Review


The other day, we were lucky enough to receive a new copy of the book “Cheeky Harry Loves…” from Cheeky Harry and Friends. The book, written by Laura Payne and Illustrated by Ian King, is aimed at pre-school children and is the story of a young lion, Harry, explaining all the things he loves from playing to dancing. It is a fairly straight forward preschool book full of vibrant illustrations.


Aiden, who is 5, wasn’t really taken with this book. He is at that in between age where he is too old for simple, several sentence books (he prefers Harry Potter or dinosaur books) but is still too young to read them himself. I think perhaps when he starts school in August, this book will be great at introducing him to reading.

Logan, who is 3, was taken with the book straight away. Anything with animals in, especially lions or monkeys, is a definite winner in his eyes. The colours caught his attention straight away as did the rhyming sentences, and so it has been his bedtime story of choice since we got it. So much so, I now know the entire book off by heart!


A great plus for me is that this book is made with thick, wipeable glossy paper. Win! Anything wipeable immediately goes up to the top of the list with me – especially as my children are constantly sticky and/or covered in food of some sort.

Overall, even though the camp was split, I definitely think this is a lovely little book that I’d definitely recommend for younger children. It retails at £5.99 and you can visit the Cheeky Harry and Friends website here.


The Southside Girl x

*Disclaimer – we were sent a copy of this book for the purpose of this review, however all thoughts and opinions are my/our own.

‘My Granny Went to Market’ – Barefoot Books Review

For as long as I can remember, I have loved books. Looking at picture books, reading books, attempting to write books, finding books no one else around me had read… books have always been a part of my life. I think it stems from my Dad reading to me from a ridiculously young age, (probably in utero!) but it is one thing I can’t thank him enough for.

I have wanted my boys to have the same love of books that I have. Since they were born, I have read to them (nearly) every night. There are times where they will go and choose books, from their ridiculously huge collection, and are quite happy to sit for an afternoon and just listen to me read to them. I love it.

On twitter recently, I was lucky enough to win a children’s book from the lovely Natasha of @BarefootHello. Natasha is an advisor for Barefoot Books and sent me out a copy of “My Granny Went to Market – A Round the World Counting Rhyme” by Stella Blackstone and Christopher Corr.


The ethos and core values behind Barefoot Books are fantastic.

At Barefoot Books, we celebrate art and story that opens the hearts and minds of children from all walks of life, focusing on themes that encourage independence of spirit, enthusiasm for learning and respect for the world’s diversity. The welfare of our children is dependent on the welfare of the planet, so we source paper from sustainably managed forests and constantly strive to reduce our environmental impact. Playful, beautiful and created to last a lifetime, our products combine the best of the present with the best of the past to educate our children as the caretakers of tomorrow.

My Granny Went to Market is a beautiful book, following Granny as she takes a round-the-world trip on a flying carpet. From each location, she collects souvenirs which are representative of that country. The illustrations in the book are fantastic and each different country’s culture is represented through these vivid, colourful drawings – albeit slightly stereotypically. The rhyme, illustrations and counting patterns would really appeal to children of a pre-shool age, although my 3 year old loved the book just as much as his brother! This book is a fantastic tool for introducing counting, number patterns and other cultures to your child.

Example of an interior page

Example of an interior page

My boys absolutely loved this book. So much so it has been to bed with them, to their grans and even on the bus. The illustrations have so much going on in them that they were looking at them for ages to see what they could find. Aiden was full of questions about Africa and Australia and Russia afterwards so this is definitely a fantastic book for introducing children to our multi-cultural world. As I said before, the cultures portrayed are slightly stereotypical – but for a young child it is a starting block of knowledge that can be expanded as they get older.

Natasha has introduced me and my boys to a fantastic company and a beautiful, creative set of books. I can’t thank her enough!

Visit Natasha’s Barefoot Books website here and use the discount code GIRAFFE for an amazing 25% off! The boys have already chosen what books they want next! Natasha also runs regular competitions on her twitter and you can follow her @BarefootHello.


Again, visit www.lifeisbetterbarefoot.co.uk and use the discount code GIRAFFE for 25% off of these amazing books.

The Southside Girl x

Birdsong – King’s Theatre, Glasgow – Review

“I know. I was there. I saw the great void in your soul, and you saw mine.” 
―   Sebastian Faulks – “Birdsong : A Novel of Love and War”

Yesterday, I was lucky enough to receive a press ticket to the opening night of “Birdsong” at the Kings Theatre in Glasgow. Now, before I get into the review, I am a massive First World War literature geek – from studying “Dulce et Decorum Est” (the famous poem by Wilfred Owen) in school when I was 14, to reading book after book, poem after poem, and diary after diary covering the Great War for my university studies. I am slightly obsessed. So when I heard the stage adaptation of Birdsong was coming to the Kings, I jumped at the opportunity to go.

Birdsong has been voted one of the greatest books of all time, and with the recent drama series (starring Eddie Redmayne) a whole new generation of fans have jumped on the Birdsong bandwagon. But just how would a novel, that spans three generations and a time span from 1910 – 1970’s transfer to the stage?

Rachel Wagstaff’s stunningly beautiful adaptation of the novel is 2 and a half hours of heartbreak, tears and goosebumps, with a few laughs thrown in, acted out incredibly by every member of the cast.

The story centres on young Englishman Stephen Wraysford (Jonathan Smith) who embarks on a dangerous affair with a rich factory owner’s wife, Isabelle Azaire (Sarah Jayne Dunn formerly of Hollyoaks fame) in pre-war France. When the First World War breaks out, Wraysford finds himself at the Battle of the Somme. The play follows the British troops at the front from 1916-1918 but also has flashbacks into Wraysford’s past and memories of his time with Isabelle, in Amiens in 1910.

There is quite a lot of movement through time within the play. Sometimes these are set up separately, but often two time spans are acted out parallel to each other – a great testament to the company’s acting skills and in particular to Smith who was outstanding at portraying the change in time simply through body language alone. This is where I think having read the novel and seen the television series really helped me, as I knew exactly what was happening. But, overall, it is easy to keep up with and understand, through the fantastic acting and simple scene changes.

The set itself is very simple but extremely effective. Through the use of incredible lighting the set comes alive and the audience is sucked in to both the feeling of claustrophobia within the tunnels, to the romance and passion of Wraysford and Isabelle’s first embrace and then on to the feeling of sheer terror and helplessness as the boys are going over the top at the Somme. It is beautiful.

Caution must be taken by audience members of a nervous disposition as there were a couple of moments where I very nearly jumped out of my skin (and over the balcony!) but what else is to be expected from a play portraying the First World War?

Jack Firebrace (played by Tim Treloar) also has to be noted. His performance as a tunneler at the front line dealing with death, loss and heartache both in his life at home and in the trenches is superb. The use of narrative through letters from the soldiers and their families is extremely poignant, in particular those of Firebrace and his wife,  which also helps to give the story another dimension.

The cast works incredibly well together. Smith (Wraysford) is a compelling and believable addition to the acting world. He is truly exceptional in this play and a stand out star. Dunn (Isabelle) portrays her character with a sensitive and heartbreaking understanding that easily gets the audience hooked.

Also, recognising the relevance of the play at present, with ongoing conflicts around the world – the tour is supporting Help for Heroes – an amazingly worthwhile charity – and collection buckets are set up at the end of the show for donations.

Overall, this show is a stunningly poignant adaptation of an incredible novel. The acting, the writing, the directing, the music. It is beautiful. A must see.

And it is all set to the background sound of…. Birdsong.


Birdsong is showing at the King’s Theatre from 8th April – 13th April including two matinée performances on Wednesday and Saturday. Tickets can be bought here –


The Southside Girl x

Benefit Brow Bar – Review

“You must never underestimate the power of the eyebrow”

– Jack Black

About 3 weeks ago,I decided to treat myself to a trip to the Benefit Brow Bar in Debenhams, Silverburn.

Now, I have to admit, I was born with an all natural monobrow – the lovely gene i inherited from my Dad (damn you dad!) This means, I have been getting my eyebrows waxed/plucked/threaded since I was about 12. There have been times where I have been left with literally no eyebrows due to an over enthusiastic beautician – to the dreaded DIY eyebrow I attempted when I was about 14 which involved my dad’s razor…. my eyebrows have never recovered.

So, as a wee treat, I booked an appointment in to get my eyebrows sorted out once and for all – and I wasn’t disappointed!

Benefit Brow Bar, Debenhams, Silverburn

Benefit Brow Bar, Debenhams, Silverburn

At the brow bar in Debenhams, Silverburn,  it is best to book an appointment beforehand as they are, understandably, extremely busy. Kirsty, the brow expert, is an absolute genius! After a consultation where i explained my ever so shady eyebrow past, we decided to go for the Brow Arch and Tint.

The results are fantastic. I have never been so happy with a service – ever! The technique here involves something called brow mapping which is when the “brow expert” waxes/plucks your eyebrows into a shape specifically designed to suit your face.

The treatment also includes (if you want) a cover up concealer afterwards to hide any redness so you can pop in on your lunch break or whilst shopping and carry on afterwards without the obvious red-hair-ripped-from-face look. If you’ve got time, why not treat yourself even more and get your make up done by one of the amazing girls on the Benefit counter!

For £18, this was money well spent! I’ve already booked a follow-up appointment and can’t wait for it!

Before and After

Before and After

The Southside Girl x

The Odd Life of Timothy Green – Film Review

Thanks to the lovely people at BritMums, I heard about the viewing of Disney‘s new film, “The Odd Life of Timothy Green“, which hits screens Nationwide on April 5th, and decided to take Aiden along for a bit of Sunday morning mummy/son bonding time.

This film is directed by Peter Hedges, the man behind “About a Boy” and “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape” and is also starring Jennifer Garner (love her!) and so I had high hopes!

Without giving too much away, this story is based around Jim and Cindy Green, who at the beginning of the film are seen receiving bad news from a fertility doctor. As a way of dealing with their devastation and heartbreak, they write out a list of traits and achievements their child, if they were to have one, would have. They then bury this box in the garden. After a freak storm during the night, the Green’s wake up to discover a young boy, Timothy, in their house. He is covered head to toe in mud, has leaves growing from his ankles and is calling Cindy and Jim, Mum and Dad. The film then plays out showing the trials and tribulations of parenthood, and how Timothy teaches them more about life and love than they could ever have imagined.

Out nationwide April 5th

Out nationwide April 5th

Whilst watching this film, the main thing that stood out to me was how beautifully the film had been shot. The colours, the scene set up, the wide shots of the landscapes were all beautifully captured, and maybe slightly distracting from the actual story going on it the film.

The main theme in this film is based on adoption and the Green’s fight to become parents. It is, if I’m honest, a slightly odd film. I found it very oddly paced and felt there was no real depth to the characters. Aiden (who’s 5) was laughing out loud at parts but became really unsettled and, dare I say, bored, about 45 minutes in.

It is a very sweet film, with a lovely message. However, I felt it was missing that typical Disney fantasy and wonder element, that gets kids hooked. This is made even stranger by the fact the story is about a boy who has leaves growing out of his ankles!

There was just no magic.

For a feel good, quirky, simple family film on a Sunday afternoon, I would say go ahead and enjoy. But don’t pay to watch it in the cinema. Wait until it’s on television. Sorry!

p.s i did still cry and the ending… I’m clearly a complete emotional sap!

You can watch the trailer here:


The Southside Girl xx

L’oreal Colour Riche Nail – Review

I am different when my nails are done.  I am more dynamic.  I gesticulate more, I am better at scaring my staff.  I can indicate impatience by drumming on tabletops and I can wrap up a meeting with a few choice clatters.” 
―    Marian Keyes

As it was my birthday on Saturday, I became the happy owner of several new products (thanks hubby!) Now, I have never really been an avid fan of nail varnishes or really clued up on what’s hot and what’s not – mainly because i rarely have time to pee never mind paint my nails and wait for them to dry. But recently, I made a conscious decision to attempt to have, and enjoy, some “me time” and let me tell you, it’s bloody amazing!

204 - Boudoir Rose

204 – Boudoir Rose

In amongst my bag of goodies was a L’oreal Colour Riche Nail in the colour 204 – Boudoir Rose. I’m loving really pinky and beige nudes on nails at the moment, and this colour is just beautiful.

The Colour Riche Nail is L’Oreal‘s first long lasting mini nail collection which boasts 41 gel-based colours. It also includes the “Liquigel technology” which offers lasting shine and an even coverage on the nails.

On first seeing the packaging, it did slightly remind me of the free nail varnishes that used to be given out in the old “teeny bopper” magazines, but i think this is mainly because of the size of it.

This nail varnish is the most easy-to-apply varnish that I have ever used! This is completely down to the “patented brush technology”. The paddle brush shape is very precise, holds formula well and covers the nail in only a couple of strokes. One thing i did notice is that the formula seemed to become quite stringy and drag on the nail if there wasn’t enough formula on the brush but this is easily rectified and I don’t see it as an overall problem.

204 - Boudoir Rose

204 – Boudoir Rose

The varnish dries with an absolutely gorgeous sheen and gloss and wears really well. After spending the day running after my two boys, my nails still managed to look amazing and chip free.

The colours available in this range are fantastic and there really is something for everyone. Would definitely recommend to anyone looking out for something new for their nails!

Currently available on 3 for 2 in Boots and priced at £4.99 each.

Colours available:

PARISIAN CRYSTAL Parisian Crystal        OPERA BALLERINA Opera Ballerina      MACARON NOISETTE Macaron Noisette
BEIGE COUNTESS Beige Countess         VERSAILLES GOLD Versailles Gold        BEIGE BOHEME Beige Boheme
CAFE ST GERMAIN Cafe St Germain       ROSE PARADISE Rose Paradise          MARIE ANTOINETTE Marie Antoinette
BOUDOIR ROSE Boudoir Rose            BABY DOLL Baby Doll                  SO CHIC PINK So Chic Pink
INGENIOUS ROSE Ingenious Rose         SHOCKING PINK Shocking Pink         LUSH TANGERINE Lush Tangerine
SPICY ORANGE Spicy Orange             DATING CORAL Dating Coral            ROUGE CANCAN Rouge CanCan
FEMME FATALE Femme Fatal             SCARLET VAMP Scarlet Vamp           HYPNOTIC RED Hypnotic Red
ADDICTIVE PLUM Addictive Plum         INSOLENT MAGENTA Insolent Magenta   PERLE DE JADE Perle de Jade
PARISIAN ROOFTOP Parisian Rooftop      DIVINE INDIGO Divine Indigo          REBEL BLUE Rebel Blue
SKY FITS HEAVEN Sky Fits Heaven       BLUE REEF Blue Reef                  BLACK SWAN Black Swan
MYSTERIOUS ICON Mysterious Icon      MYTHIC CARPET Mythic Carpet          Magic croisette  Magic Croissete
The Southside Girl x