Last Friday I started my weekend early by taking the day off to spend a little time with my mother. Oh and what a perfect time we spent together, blessed with a bright crisp autumn
Monday week Chris and I took a day out of the office so that we could keep to an annual Halloween time tradition which has developed over the last few years. The tradition being that
Honestly where do the weeks disappear to?! I can’t believe that it’s Friday again. Last Friday was a man free one and offered a great opportunity to invite a couple of the girls over (Jill
Autumn really does for me, provide the best backdrop for a walk in the English countryside. Over the coming weeks I will be posting a selection of our favourite autumn countryside walks in Sussex and
I am a bit behind in writing this post – better late than never! My current location for writing is not my usual cosy spot in the cottage as I am away on business this
Chris and I took a much needed week off over the Bank Holiday, as Bunter was recovering from his castration we took time to simply be at home with the dogs and get on with home improvements.
As promised in my last post “Forever Foraging“, here is the recipe I followed for my home made elderberry wine project. This was my first time making wine, so fingers crossed it tastes as good as it currently