The problem (ok, it's really a non-problem problem) with long-distance friendships is that we try to cram in so many activities together that we never really get a moment to chill out and just relax so on the Sunday I stayed with Lottie, we planned to stay indoors and make a couple of flower bags. … Continue reading I be-leaf in you
When I went to stay with Lottie our big plan was a day at a dairy farm and the weather was on our side and it was great. We started off the day with a brew and the intentions of getting a big breakfast en-route and then being ready for the day buuuuuuut we accidentally … Continue reading Cowin’ lush
Skomer Island is one of the prettiest, nicest places I've ever been and I'm so happy that me and Lydia managed to get there for the second year in a row! This post is basically a ton of puffin photos but they are SO cute and they crack me up so much with their almost … Continue reading Ev’ryday I’m Puffling
Ahhhh! I'm a few days late with this round up of the books I've read this month but better late than never, right?! Ooooh, this one was a goodie. The author is actually an ex-ITV employee which, for me, totally explained the detail and the way that she describes the scenes and the feelings of … Continue reading Books of June
WHEW, this is going to be a long one. Hold tight. I didn't realise how many books I had actually read during May!! If you haven't heard of this series yet, it's a retelling of Disney classics from the viewpoint of the villian in the story and so far we have had Beast, Ursula, The … Continue reading Books of May
Mb (pronouced mb) - the sound a human male makes when he hears a small child's voice right behind him, while trapped in a Wendy house, and watching his ex-girlfriend play tonsil hockey with a new man. I like to read a lot of dark, pretty horrific books, so I started picking up Nick Spalding … Continue reading Mb (pronouced mb)
This post is all about the I Am Acrylic workshop that me and the lovely Katie attended on the 12th May. Hanging out with Katie is a great experience in itself, she's so colourful and has the best accent that I instantly feel happy as soon as I'm in her company. I told her I … Continue reading WHY ISN’T THERE A SAW EMOJI!?
Is this a thing? If not, it bloody should be. For the early May Bank Holiday me and Mathew decided last minute to go away for the weekend and we ended up at the Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre in Kington, sort of near Hereford. OH MY GOD IT WAS THE BEST PLACE … Continue reading Goat appreciation day.
I took you Becca. You're not my daughter. It was Joanne's choice for our May book and she chose Familiar Stranges by Jackie Walsh. We both received an arc of the book from Netgalley in return for an honest review. Since Becca Wall’s mother was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s, every day Becca loses a little … Continue reading I took you, Becca
Ahh April, the month I discovered Netgalley and basically let reading take over my entire life, I'm not complaining. Head over to my Hello Dearheart post to read a proper review featuring Joanne and J. L. Vampa, the author of The Queen's Keeper but this post is going to be a round up of all … Continue reading Books of April