Pretty cakes in Vienna :: Five sunny days in Brighton :: Quaint fishing ports, cream teas and adorable cottages, that’s what good holidays are made of :: Dreaming of Vegas :: There’s no place like home :: Watering the plants :: Pink front door perfection :: Lots of Easter treats :: Spending the weekend in Plymouth (my father’s birthplace) to celebrate his 70th birthday
Painted houses and blossom :: I’m forever changing this display :: My niece and I dug up Kynance Cove :: My favourite corner :: Playing on Cornish beaches with my niece and nephew :: Anyone for a cuppa? :: Flying through candy floss :: Hey beautiful :: ‘Freedom is a state of mind’
A magnolia tree on the Oxford high street :: Five blissful days in beautiful Vienna :: A fun day in Oxford with bloggers Kat, Lottie, Heather and Karen :: A lack of holiday research means you discover the best stuff when you’re not really looking for it :: Finding a giant pink rabbit :: Walking along the sunny and graffiti covered Donaukanal, Vienna :: ‘Be your own kind of beautiful’ :: The view from the Belvedere Palace where I saw Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss :: Peony bushes in the Burggarten, Vienna, I almost dived in!
A lazy Wednesday on the beach at St Ives :: Happy 70th birthday to my dad, bang on trend since 1945! :: Floral fantastic :: I wouldn’t mind living in a mint house :: Sunshine on a rainy day :: Because it’s raining outside :: A magical day with Shevie of Fine and Dandy :: Kitsch Wednesday with a gorgeous gift from Shevie :: Leaving Cornwall with lots of sweet memories
As far as months go April was pretty amazing. My family and I spent a weekend in Plymouth to celebrate my father’s 70th, followed by a week on the Lizard peninsula in Cornwall. After a few days back in Oxford my man and I travelled to Vienna and then Brighton. I have to say I fared pretty well spending most of the month living out of a suitcase!
For May I intend to slow things down by indulging in a few pursuits closer to home, including catching up with friends. I hope you had a wonderful month and that May is packed full of happiness and cheer. If you’d like to follow my slightly slower paced May you’ll find me over on Instagram.