It’s been a while as I’ve been busy moving, renovating a cottage, having a baby and getting married (yep a busy few months!). It’s cold in our cottage today, 16 degrees as our radiator has broken in the living room, so me and Tabitha (my daughter) are snuggled under a blanket. I am hoping this… Continue reading Christmas cottage
The leaves are orange, the trees are bare, the cosy clothes are out in the cold breezy air... I am crazy about the autumn, it's even been noted on more than one occasion that I was born for the autumn months! I was born on the hottest day of the year in 1991 and even… Continue reading Who loves Autumn?
I don't know about you all, but I've been so put off any type of dairy (even lactose free, as I am lactose intolerant)! I read an article a few weeks ago about dairy and someone wrote that pus is in dairy and quite honestly, true or not it just makes me feel sick every… Continue reading Toasty warm drinks!
It's a thing, winter chocolate is most definitely a thing. We have hot chocolate, advent calendars, Lindt Christmas decorations and teddies not to mention warm melting lava cakes (curtesy of Kaja)! When I was in France last week I had so much hot soya chocolate (and normal milky chocolate as apparently dairy-free isn't a well-known… Continue reading Winter chocolate
I would bet that every single person who reads this post has candles in their home or has owned them at some point or another. Candles used to be used for light, warmth and in some cases as signals and have been around for over 5,000 years. They were often made of tallow (animal fat)… Continue reading Candles will never be dull
I am pretty sure our dogs, cats and small little pets don't have the faintest idea what we are doing come December. We cover our house in lights, tinsel and all sorts of decorations not to mention adding a beautiful green (or pink perhaps) tree for our cats to jump on and burry themselves in. Dogs… Continue reading Pets at Christmas