I’ve not blogged or shared these but feel the time is right as I’m exploring my film cameras again. Whitstable & Margate, two of my favourite places with my favourite people.
The pup’s vaccinations are out of the way and we’re free to rule the world! And after Puppy Club (first rule of Puppy Club – don’t talk about Puppy Club, needless to say there’s a lady with a mop and bucket and a lot of yapping…) and a few school runs we thought we’d venture … [Read more…]
The pup arrived one cold May day in half-term. He was the second to last puppy to be picked up and looked rather lost as we scooped him up for this 3 hour journey home. Soon enough he shared his breakfast with me, tripe and chicken, and this smell will never leave me. Here are … [Read more…]
We spent two nights in the centre of Roma and did a few of the sights, as many as my poorly girl could manage. Love that she still looks effortless cool despite the tonsillitis… The apartment couldn’t have been much more central with amazing views of the Forum and the Colosseum plus it came with … [Read more…]
Earlier this month V and I went to Roma with one of my most beautiful friends. I’ve known Natalia since we lived together whilst at Bangor University, thrown together in at the deep end of Mexican parties, a quarantined cat and unhealthy obsession with fish (hers, not mine) our friendship blossomed. Natalia taught me to … [Read more…]
Beautiful. Inspiring. Green.
On Good Friday we climbed southern Britain’s highest peak Pen y Fan . This is a totally do-able climb with children over 5… although I did carry Cy for some of the way but that was more to do with me taking pity on his little legs than him actually being unable to go any … [Read more…]
We have a few special breaks planned this year and Easter in Wales was one of them. There are three posts: Cardiff, Pen y Fan (our mountain climb) and Ty Hedfan where we stayed. This house is just amazing, I felt inspired and sick with jealousy all at the same time. Every detail had been … [Read more…]
Every so often you meet someone who you know is very special, meet Beth. I’ve blogged about her before but it was all lost :(. Beth is the kind of woman that restores your faith in human nature. She’s been through a lot, goes through a lot, doesn’t moan or grumble instead she smiles and … [Read more…]
We love a bit of architecture. Apparently the small one wants to be an ‘artitect’ … his colouring-in skills are almost as good as his dad’s so it’s looking possible. The Sensing Spaces exhibition at the Royal Academy ends on 6th April so if you’re thinking about going I should get a move on because … [Read more…]