December Daily is my favourite craft project of the year. But this year, just like last, I’ve found that I’ve been slow to make a start on any foundation pages. I'd had the album (6×8) and cards from In a Creative Bubble ready to go for awhile, but I’d been dragging my feet. Luckily, I went to … Continue reading December Daily 2022 | The Foundation Pages
A friend invited me to join her to watch Brentford FC play Gillingham in the Carabau Cup. What better way to spend a damp and chilly Tuesday evening in early November. 🙂 The Gtech Community Stadium, Brentford I wish I could report that Brentford made full use of the advantage of playing of home, but … Continue reading A Night at the Football
It was a quiet week, right up until it wasn't. November Rain I discovered that my wellies have sprung a leak I went to a football match with a friend ... more on that soon I popped into town and rode the Elizabeth Line straight through to Bond Street, no more having to change at … Continue reading Me on Monday | 14 November
I have been contemplating all that I have gained as the documenter and memory keeper of my family's social history. I have learned so much. I have felt so much. I have also done so much. Scrapbooking Forums | The owner of a paper crafting store in Elgin, Scotland told me about an online forum … Continue reading Scrapbooking | My Hobby and Its Impact
Trafalgar Theatre, West End During half term, I took The Boy out to lunch and then onto the theatre to see the magnificent Jersey Boys. I ringfenced the outing with journeys there and back on the Elizabeth Line. We had lunch at Café Rouge in Covent Garden - he enjoys the steak baguette with French … Continue reading Lunch and Jersey Boys With The Boy
"When it's not always raining there'll be days like this ... Well my mama told me there'll be days like this."
One event in October embodied our One Little Word – the beginning of the search for the right Sixth Form for The Boy. My apologies for not showing the photos clearly, but as there is too much identifying information in them, I am sure you will understand.
It was a quiet week, with much colder temperatures and a plentiful supply of rain. Friday | 16.45 hours The Boy and I attended another Sixth Form Open Evening We sent out the invitations to our annual Christmas Drinks Party A friend joined me to walk Tilly The Friend and I then booked for a … Continue reading Me on Monday | 7 November
I’m continuing with the theme begun back in 2020 – an album title page and one layout per month. For October, I chose two of my Halloween Trail photos, as I was keen to make a dent in the Autumnal papers in my stash. The papers are from the Pumpkin Spice range from Doodlebug Design … Continue reading Scrapbooking in 2022 | This Year’s Album | October
Several streets in London's Belgravia were decorated beautifully for Halloween recently - Motcomb Street, Elizabeth Street and Ebury Street. I admired the artistry involved, but I did wonder about the cost of production and what happened to the displays once they had been removed.