Thanks for following my blog in 2015! Here are a few of my favourite recent images. Enjoy!
You can’t imagine You can’t describe The feeling of excitement, guilt, gratitude and pride And being naughty , So rebellious! We are on a plane We are actually going France on holiday! And there is nothing wrong with him A while more recovery from being so sick From all the machines All the operationsContinue reading “You can’t imagine”
Hopefully starting to volunteer at Batemans, the home of R Kipling. Learning to garden and hopefully document the amazing plants! Here are a few from this morning. The dream veggie garden!
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Today I met up with an old friend that has also moved to East Sussex. We explored old Hastings and it’s amazingly eclectic shops. You can find anything here, from the practical, to religious, to the macabre! And a special mention to A.G. Handy Homestore. A truly beautifully designed store! (And thank you for lettingContinue reading “Hasting day out”
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This day last your on our honeymoon my husband and I eat lobster, and had such a great day we decided that we would celebrate lobster day each year. So this is the first year and we had a wonderful day! The lobster instigated: Me walking through the fields to get lettuce and sauce myContinue reading “Making new traditions: Lobster day year 1.”
This time last year I was on my honeymoon in a hotel in a Devon eating wonderful food, so I am trying to start a tradition that for this honeymoon anniversary week we do special things. Last night I attempted my first tart! Introducing my homemade short crust pastry fig and goats cheese tart… (NeededContinue reading “Making new traditions”