You know that moment in a film when characters meet and a spark ignites?
They stay awake all night talking as if they've known each other for years.
Before they know it, it's morning. Time is running out and one of them has a flight to catch, but for some reason they would both rather stay here in this moment, forget about the outside world, and carry on talking to each other.
They will probably never see each other again.
Except, one of them plucks up the courage and says: "Hey, why can't we see each other again?"
"Yes", says the other. And both breathe a sigh of relief.
So there I was, about to catch a flight to England for a date with a boy I'd met once.
Some might call me crazy, stupid or a fool, but all I needed was Mummy to say "just go" as a sign of approval.
Excitement filled the air as I landed at the airport, but I was a bag full of nerves and had butterflies in my stomach. My nerves calmed down when I finally saw him in arrivals, but I was still a little sceptical of what to expect this weekend!
I thought those Prince Charming-types we read about in books only existed in movies in the form of Colin Firth, Matthew Macfadyen or Eddie Redmayne, but I was wrong.
Once in a while, someone amazing comes along...
I was utterly spoilt this weekend and got treated like a princess from start to finish. I kept expecting the clock to strike midnight. It was so refreshing and re-instated my faith in gentlemen. Romance is still alive ladies!
We made the yummiest, naughtiest and unhealthiest chocolate milkshakes with these ingredients whilst I was there:
Homemade deliciously cooked salmon with improvised (my invention!) sweet chilli sauce
The Porterhouse is a chic modern restaurant in the heart of the historic town.
He ordered for us both.
White wine for me. A Corona for him.
The only advice I can give you is face your fears. Be a little crazy and impulsive sometimes. You don't know where it will take you. If something scares you and you don't do it, you will only regret it later. If it doesn't kill you, then why not? You never know what might happen!