I find myself fascinated by lighthouses.
This week has been full of sunshine, and while LO and I are fighting with ever-streaming noses and some impressive barking coughs, we’ve been out and about every day to enjoy that spring sunshine with some amazing walks.
Pushing our little one (LO) through the spring sunshine this morning, I couldn’t help but notice this large furry husk on the path in front of me.
What better way to start a day off work than with an early morning trip to the beach?
For a week we swapped our hills for the rather more impressive peaks of the Austrian Alps.
An evening event at one of Kent’s iconic gardens saw me and my Mum driving east across the country, one sunny morning towards the end of August. We chose to swap the fast but faceless motorways for a scenic route through southern England, and planned in a rather special stop for lunch on the way…
The bank holiday weekend found us driving to deepest Dorset, with a slight detour over the border to North Devon for a delicious lunch at the River Cottage canteen in Axminster.
We set off in the early morning sunshine beneath a cool blue sky.
We’ve been rather lucky in the past week that our leave from work coincided with some of the best weather we’ve enjoyed for some time.