Taken yesterday at a showing of The Snowman at Winchester Cathedral. Although I did watch it, I did stare at the ceiling a lot too… Sadly, I forgot to tell the Toddler about the ending, so it was quite traumatic at times. A lovely festive thing to do though (plus there’s a mulled wine directly […]
My obsession with beautiful furniture undoubtedly started in Denmark, where I drooled over it in friends’ houses (not literally), the most exquisite design shops, and of course the Scandinavian Design Centre that I would frequent on a regular basis to fill up an imaginary list for my house should we ever win the lottery. Danish […]
Weekends without children rarely happen in our house, except for birthdays and anniversaries when we often manage to leave Super Gran in charge and head off somewhere (thanks Mum!)… Given the fact that Mr R was flying in from the US last Friday afternoon, I hadn’t wanted to book anywhere too far away just in […]
Keswick is definitely a place that people head to for outdoor adventures, but here are a few Keswick with Kids suggestions for the days that you don’t fancy putting your hiking gear on. I cannot wait to go back to explore more of this gorgeous part of the UK… Alpaca Walking Alpacaly Ever After offers […]
If there were to be one thing I could say that I have successfully imparted to all three of my children (apart from my general clumsiness), it’s a love of travel – helped along by the fact that everything is such a huge adventure when you’re small (OK I am chancing my arm as to […]
The Chestnut Seller at Winchester Christmas Market. I had a quick wander around last Monday morning. It’s definitely not the kind of Christmas Market I am used to, but it’s sweet and definitely worth a visit. I will write a proper post on it soon. ..
A Blackpool photo essay of sorts, all taken on a day trip during our recent Lake District sojourn (we couldn’t stay that close and not introduce the Small People!). Given the fact that Both Mr R and I have a good few Northern roots, it’s a place that featured in our childhoods and family history […]
Golden Tree. Mother Nature has surpassed herself with the colours this year!