#LittleLoves – March 2021

My word, what a busy month March has been. So much has changed over these past few weeks whilst in reality very little has actually altered, it’s been a rather strange but satisfying time. Read After YEARS of whining and whinging about our disgusting and incredibly dated kitchen, my wishes are finally coming true as we’ve had a lady come out to measure and to design us a brand new kitchen which, fingers crossed, should be fitted this summer! I’ve spent the past few weeks flipping through catalogues circling sinks, taps, range ovens, microwaves, fridge-freezers, counter-tops, cupboards, doors, handles, flooring,… View Post

#LittleLoves – February 2021

It’s certainly been a fun-filled February, what with homeschool, a brand new hot tub, and of course we had the half-term holidays to enjoy. I say enjoy but in reality, I meant ‘to endure’… still, we’ve been busy and it’s good to keep busy! Read I’ll be honest, I haven’t read much of anything other than the news and my email, neither of which has been that much of interest – I really ought to find a new book to read but I haven’t really the time nor the inclination at present.  Watched Paul and I have watched numerous box… View Post

#LittleLoves – January 2021

Welcome to my first #LittleLoves post for 2021. Like most people, I was hoping that 2021 would prove to be more positive and be far brighter than 2020 but sadly that doesn’t seem to be the case. Times are tough at present and whilst I don’t see it getting any easier for quite some time, I’m trying my best to stay upbeat and to look for the positives. So without further ado, here are a few of my #LittleLoves from the past month. Read Given that I’ve barely got time to scratch my head at present, I’m not entirely sure… View Post

#LittleLoves – December 2020

It’s been another difficult and draining month, yet somehow we’ve managed to make it through the month, and what’s more, we’ve made the most of an emotionally exhausting time for the sake of the kids – I’m so glad that we’ve got J & E to keep us trudging on, I’m not sure where I’d be without them. So without further ado, here’s a few of my #LittleLoves from the final month of what has been the worst year of my life thus far. Read Whilst I’d fully intended to spend a little time relaxing with a good read, I’ve… View Post

#LittleLoves – November 2020

It feels so very wrong writing a positive post at present, though I know that life must go on and that I must look to those moments, times, and things that bring joy and light to my life. Though he’s no longer here, I know deep down that my Dad would want me to be happy, he’d want me to make the best of and to enjoy my life and so I will write this post for him. Read  Though it covered a rather sore subject, I finally completed reading Cecelia Ahern’s ‘Postscript’ this month. It was an emotional but… View Post