Match Day! My first since returning! Turn on post notifications for constant updates! ⚽️🥅(Goals, Injuries, Bookings etc)
The last time we face Brighton was in the EFL Cup in 2014, where we saw these two on the score sheet in a 2-0 victory! Hopefully again tonight, Score Predictions? ❓⚽️
I am 100% convinced in fate bc 6 years ago I met Allison and it was a life changing friendship. Thru the highest and lowest points of our lives we persevere. She is a lighthouse that shines bright for so many. Today, I am celebrating with a Bridesmaid's toast bc my BFF is getting married and I am honored to be by her side. Brb, going to go cry now!
I know I don't tell you often, but I f****king cherish our friendship and your babies! Thank you for always having my back and always taking care of the things I can't say to people! Thank you for showing me there's more to life then just sitting around.. Or just going to work! And best of all.. Thank you for shooting me in the direction of life I needed to go in! You are definitely one of the most important and beautiful people in my life and I lovee you and you little family to death! 😍😘😘💙💙 #bes#bestfriends #bestfriend #alli#summer17#imissthesedays#walkwiththekids
With only very little Aglianico planted in the Barossa Valley, let alone Australia, you may be wondering, “what is it?” Used as the principal varietal in Falernian wine, it was known as the world’s original ‘first growth wine.’ The ancient romans went nuts for it, it gained cult status and was written into Italian folklore for years to come, even developing its own counterfeit market at the time. Brian Conway and Craig Isbel at Izway located in the western Barossa managed to get their purple hands on this ephemeral grape. Bright acid and powdery tannins make this contemporary take, ethereal to say the least. Blackberries, dried figs, leather and white pepper for good measure. It’s oh so delicious. Why not try it and help to restore Aglianico to it’s former glory.
•Freshly squeezed by Nick .