One of the highlights from our short trip to Venice, was visiting the Peggy Guggenheim museum. That morning we had arrived early, after being up since 5.30am to beat the heat and the crowds. So by 10am, we were desperate to get into the garden and see the art.
Sigh. We are no closer to doing our kitchen extension. Sadly the quotes we received were much larger than we expected. How can a small side return extension cost £50k? And this doesn’t include a new kitchen or windows and doors. HOW?
Continuing with the SISTERHOOD CAMP COMMUNITY interview series of brilliant creative women who have followed their dreams and and are living their purpose filled career. This week we meet the creative duo from Worm London, who in the past few years have had a career change, set up their vibrant floral business and have recently published
Yesterday was my birthday. And, for once, the sun shone! Such a gloriously hot day, Dan and I headed out to Wrington, just outside of Bristol, to the Ethicurean. A gorgeous award winning restaurant set in a stunning walled garden.
Hasn’t the weather been glorious?! My little urban courtyard garden has been a sunny oasis of calm for me just lately. I’ve spent many an hour sitting out there, working. Our space is tiny. With enough room for a few pots, the washing line and a small round table and a couple of chairs. That’s
Well it’s April, and that must mean it’s wild garlic season. Time to get out there and gather the ingredients for your supper. We always head to our favourite place, a small wooded valley just outside of Bristol. The wooded valley has a bubbling stream running through it, with one side a pine forest plantation
I can’t wait for Spring. I’m dying to get out there and potter in my small courtyard. At the moment I have pots with green tulip shoots popping up through the soil and unrecognisable shoots of plants that I’ve forgotten I’ve owned. What are they? Time will tell once they fully emerge. Spring is the
This weekend was spent dodging the rain and keeping it slow and steady. With the first week of term, and the back to school alarm clock, we want this first weekend of September to be really slow paced. After the morning at home, we ventured out to the botanical garden for a wander around the