Well it's half term here, and so far it's been very busy...
We've had a trip to London, just Little Bea, her dad and me, it felt very odd just being 3 and not 4, but as children get older, they don't always want to go with their parents!
We visited the Galleries, which are just amazing, I love that we are able to view such brilliant art work for free! We had a wonder through Hyde Park, a visit to Liberty...oh and New Look, of all places, to buy Little Bea some birthday clothes. Yes, clothes are preferred above all things at the moment, I'm not quite sure when that happened!
Later in the week we've got birthday celebrations, in the form of pizza, 'Just Dance' and sleepovers...I'm embracing the changes, they are both growing up so fast. There's no reverse button, and as much as I'd like a pause one, that's not going to happen...so I'm watching as two young women emerge, with minds of their own, and all I can hope for is that they will be happy and independent.
The garden plans are moving on, in fact any spare energy I have, is being poured into them, leaving very little for any other creativity. However, a lovely little bundle arrived from Jodie today, thank you Sweetheart...they are beautiful! I think Vintage Sheets are the happiest of fabrics, they always make me smile!
I've got a few blogposts mulling around in my head, but not the time this week to post them, hopefully after half term I can find my rhythm again. There's exciting plans and developments happening here, which I'm hoping will allow me to be more creative again...in the 'making' sense, not just in the garden!
Back soon, thank you for popping by, and thank you so much for letting me know you've been!
Amanda :) xxx