I moved house recently and have a garden for the very first time. It’s titchy and was covered in ivy which we spent hours hacking down. I have no idea what’s growing in it – what I thought was a weed is actually honeysuckle. There’s a toad the size of a baby rabbit living underContinue reading “My New Little Garden”
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More than just a book!
It’s that time of year again when the sun is shining (when it isn’t raining) and there are barbecues planned for bank holiday weekends. I’m tentatively thinking about wearing shorts as the forecast says it’ll be 25 degrees by the weekend (but some fake tan is in order because these legs haven’t seen daylight forContinue reading “More than just a book!”
Why I love The Sunshine and Biscotti Club (which is out now, incidentally) …
The Hotel Limoncello, owned by Libby and venue for The Sunshine and Biscotti Club, stands alongside the tranquil blue waters of a stunning Italian lake. Fringed with lemon groves and pine trees, it’s picture perfect and the best place to cool off when the sun gets that little bit too hot. The inspiration behind it?Continue reading “Why I love The Sunshine and Biscotti Club (which is out now, incidentally) …”
Instagram. Come and be my friend (or at the very least have a snoop at my photos).
I have a new phone. It’s a life-changer. My old phone was very bad. Its lack of memory meant that every time I took a photo I had to cross my fingers and hope it would let me take another. One of my tech-savvy friends once looked at it and considered how quaint my lackContinue reading “Instagram. Come and be my friend (or at the very least have a snoop at my photos).”
I’m having a bit of a #griplit moment. Storming through Paula Hawkins’ Girl on the Train, Maestra by L.S. Hilton, Missing, Presumed by Susie Steiner, Behind Closed Doors by BA Paris and Disclaimer by Renee Knight. With books like this I can’t seem to pause when reading, I just have to know exactly what happenedContinue reading “#griplit”
Why I Heart Spring…
1. Daffodils. They are by far my favourite flower. Great big trumpeting bursts of yellow. I love them. I used to row when I was younger and I remember one day passing all these beautiful daffodils on the river bank and then from a distance watching two people run down and pick them all! When we came backContinue reading “Why I Heart Spring…”