Scrapping in 2018 #8 | The Gogo Getaway After Hours

The Gogo Getaway had a specific theme for its 10 year anniversary. The special guest designer was Shimelle Laine and all the products used in each and every class were from her latest paper range for American Crafts, A Box of Crayons. Those of you who attend residential scrapbooking retreats will know that sticking and … Continue reading Scrapping in 2018 #8 | The Gogo Getaway After Hours

Washington, DC | The Travel Journal

Our Easter trip to Washington, DC was recorded, obviously, in a Traveler's Notebook. Travelling with both The Brainy One and The Boy Child meant that I didn't have as much time during the trip to keep the journal up to date.  It came home full of pencil markings indicating where photos would go and with … Continue reading Washington, DC | The Travel Journal

OLW | Nourish and the Traveler’s Notebook

The latest additions to my Nourish traveler's journal are Washington, DC ...   ... and the lovely fox who has taken to sleeping away his day on top of our garden shed.There's two things I've noticed with this project: 1) the journal is becoming quite bulky which, although I love that, is making adding extra spreads … Continue reading OLW | Nourish and the Traveler’s Notebook

Month in Numbers | April 2018

Blimey, that first quarter of 2018 has whizzed by!  Let's see if April lived up to its promise of awesomeness: We were fortunate to spend 5 nights in Washington, DC.  I sent a total of 2 postcards (What?!  I'm suffering from postcard writing fatigue, obviously) and took 341 photos in the process. A highest Daily … Continue reading Month in Numbers | April 2018

For the Love of Books | Currently Reading April 2018

I was late reading any novels this month.  The first 10 days or so of April were spent reading a guide book to Washington, DC and a map. One True Loves by Taylor Jenkins:  I saw this reviewed in a post called Top 12 Beach Reads, and I loved it.  Imagine you married the love … Continue reading For the Love of Books | Currently Reading April 2018

Washington, DC | The Capitol Building

I'd pre-booked a tour of the US Capitol Building a few weeks before we travelled to Washington, DC.  It's one of those buildings that's instantly recognisable, probably because of its similarity to the magnificent St. Paul's Cathedral ... and seven series of West Wing.The tours are free and last around an hour, maybe a little … Continue reading Washington, DC | The Capitol Building