Way later than I'd planned, but here I am finally getting around to publishing pictures from November. I didn't take many photos with . . .
It's January and a New Year is upon us. I had high hopes this year. I'd planned to finish up shooting this month and then take some . . .
There is much excitement in our house as our small collection of Christmas books have come down from the top of our old . . .
October, the month the leaves dropped from the tree at the end of our garden scattering a burnt orange confetti all over the floor. We . . .
September was a slow and easy month. I spent Elsie's last few weeks before she started afternoon school taking little day trips with . . .
These bright, frosty autumn days inspire me to make comforting foods. I recently asked my friends on Instagram for their best apple . . .
It's early November, the leaves have almost all fallen from the tree at the end of our garden and most of our summer blooms have died . . .
I'm slowly piecing myself back together after the summer holidays. It was good for my soul to have slow days with the children, free . . .
After years of being on the waiting list, we finally have a little allotment plot. Technically it is our friend's plot, . . .
Living for buttered hot cross buns, signs of Spring peeping through the earth, cups of tea, fresh flowers, frosty leaves and five year . . .