Scrapbooking in 2021 | Filling in More Gaps

The thing about making several pages using the same design is that they invariably end up in different albums, so nobody is any the wiser . ūüôā (And I am closer to having a full set of gap-free albums.) Having said that, these two are side-by-side in The Boy's album. But this one below now … Continue reading Scrapbooking in 2021 | Filling in More Gaps

Summer Cinematic Viewing

My cinematic viewing over the Summer holidays was dictated by The Boy Child. First up was the long-awaited Incredibles 2 ... ‚Ķ we followed that with two screenings of Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (one showing was at the English language cinema in Valencia) ‚Ķ‚Ķ and our final offering of the Summer was Christopher … Continue reading Summer Cinematic Viewing

For the Love of Books | Currently Reading August 2017

I find it more difficult during the longer days of Summerto get stuck into a page-turner of a good read.That said, two recent gems have been Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterleyand The Heart's Invisible Furies by John Boyne. ¬†¬†Hidden Figures was initially recommended by a friend,but as a film I should see. ¬†So I … Continue reading For the Love of Books | Currently Reading August 2017

Taking Time to Live Well

"Make sure you look after you."That's something I've heard a lot since the beginning of the year.It's also something I'm trying to be mindful ofand something that I'm reinforcing sincethe discovery of The Simple Things magazine.¬†Each and every page is a visual delight.With articles that I'll be referencing in the future.With articles that appeal to … Continue reading Taking Time to Live Well

December Daily | Days 9-11

On the 9th, I used a rather cheeky card I'd purchased in Texas last Christmas.I put the numeral on the front and wrote the journaling on the inside.I added a few embellishments and covered the back of the card with patterned paper.Details about the 10th are written on the reverse of the postcard,¬†but are not … Continue reading December Daily | Days 9-11