Yep, it's another seasonal post from me...I am a little obsessed! Have you read my Autumn favourites post? I really enjoyed listing all my favourite things, it left me really excited for the new season! I was going to do the same here until I thought about my now it’s Winter post that I wrote last… Continue reading Winter favourites
Yes, we are now into the final month of the year, it's bonkers isn't it?! As I have done every month, I'm going to share with you my highs, lows, and standout moments. I hope that you enjoy reading! As always I will link all my roundup posts for this year so far at the… Continue reading My November in a nutshell
I'm sure that you are aware by now how much I love quotes, I'm obsessed with reading the thoughts of others on all manner of subjects and winter is no different! So, following on from my favourite autumn quotes post I'm going to share my favourite quotes about winter. I hope that you enjoy reading… Continue reading My favourite winter quotes
TITLE: Roald Dahl's Book of Ghost Stories AUTHOR: multiple authors PUBLISHED: 1983 SYNOPSIS A collection of fourteen of Roald Dahl's favourite ghost stories. Featuring authors including, but not limited to: Rosemary Timperley, L.P. Hartley, Edith Wharton, and Cynthia Asquith, this collection is the result of an intense study by Dahl to find the best ghost stories… Continue reading A book review: Roald Dahl’s Book of Ghost Stories
I say fast approaching, my birthday is actually at the end of February so I have a little while before I wave goodbye to my twenties. However, with how quickly this year has gone by it really feels as though it is around the corner. I wanted to write this post today because it's been… Continue reading Fast approaching 30
I put the photo above on Instagram this morning, it's one of the pathways inside The National Botanic Garden of Wales. It's a nice picture, well, I think so anyway. It's pretty and perhaps most people would look at it and say 'ah that's lovely' and then not give it a second thought, and that's fine,… Continue reading Inner child versus outer adult
It's that time again, a new month, so I'm going to share with you my highs, lows, and standout moments for October. I hope that you enjoy reading! All my roundup posts for this year so far will be linked at the end if you haven't already checked them out and would like to. As… Continue reading My October in a nutshell
TITLE: Goodnight Mister Tom AUTHOR: Michelle Magorian PUBLISHED: 1981 SYNOPSIS Set against the backdrop of the Second World War, Goodnight Mister Tom tells the tale of William Beech, a young boy evacuated from his home in London to a small village in the country. William is a quiet and withdrawn young boy who is afraid… Continue reading A book review: Goodnight Mister Tom
A couple of days ago I found myself retrieving two takeaway menus, four supermarket special offer flyers, and a leaflet offering new windows from where they had been stuffed into my letterbox. Just like I always do I wrestled them free, had a quick look to make sure no regular post was mixed up in… Continue reading Cold calling, door to door, junk mail. Is there a need for it?
I went to an antiques fair with a friend of mine a couple of weeks ago. It was really fun! I didn't pick up much but I did enjoy looking at everything and considering the journey that the pieces had been on up to this point. My lack of purchases was more than made up… Continue reading Where did it come from, and where has it been?