Yours Truly by Abby Jimenez | paperback | I absolutely LOVED this book! This is so much more than “just” a romance read. This book is filled with humour, lots of heart, dysfunctional families and love and understanding. There is a great array of side characters, especially Grandpa and a three-legged dog. I also enjoyed … Continue reading For The Love Of Books | Currently Reading April 2023
Month: April 2023
Scrapbooking in 2023 | April
I’m continuing with the theme begun back in 2020 – an album title page and one layout per month. The title page still needs to be finished, but the page for April is ready to go into the album. Most of my photos this month have been centered around our visitors, but I did have … Continue reading Scrapbooking in 2023 | April
Recording 2023’s One Little Word | Joyful – April
The most joyful event of April has been our Australian visitors. You may recall me telling you that one of the visitors was Kay's granddaughter. 🙂 The patterned paper and embellishments are from Doodlebug Design's latest range, Over the Rainbow.
Which Book Could You Read Over And Over Again?
"People who spent the war in prison camps have written a lot of books about what a bad time they had," she said quietly, staring into the embers. "They don't know what it was like, not being in a camp.A Town Like Alice My all time favourite novel is A Town Like Alice by Nevil … Continue reading Which Book Could You Read Over And Over Again?
Me on Monday | 24 April
It was a week of easing back in to a routine. The Boy returned to school I went to see my friend The Boy went for a blood test Tilly went to the groomer I had my hair cut I went to Westfield shopping centre to buy Coronation-themed t-shirts School informed us that two more … Continue reading Me on Monday | 24 April
Name The One Word That Describes You
“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” Sir Winston Churchill For me, it is resilience
How I Regrouped
When I stepped away from the blog last week, I didn't know how that would turn out, I just knew that I wouldn't be blogging. As it was the school holidays, I didn't have to consider any work commitments or school timetables to juggle and that turned out to be an enormous help. Here's a … Continue reading How I Regrouped
The Completed New York City Journal
The New York City journal is complete. It is bulky, pages are creased in places and the journaling is not going to rival War and Peace. No matter. It is finished. I love it.
The 100 Day Project | Fifty Days In | The Half Way Point
I am just past half way through this year’s 100 Day Project and I don’t mind admitting the last 10 days or so have been a struggle. Completed NYC journal On the plus side | The Boy’s album is almost up to date The New York City journal is complete The revamp of the 2009 album is … Continue reading The 100 Day Project | Fifty Days In | The Half Way Point
Me on Monday | 17 April
It was a strange week, one where I felt both overwhelmed by recent events in our personal lives and profoundly unequipped to be an adult. The Boy and I went bookshop browsing We watched The Night Agent on Netflix The Boy and I had coffee and cake at the Amy Museum The Boy had a … Continue reading Me on Monday | 17 April