February! Oh my thank heavens your are finally here, was it me or was that January pretty tough? Legends fell from Lemmy, Bowie, Rickman…and then in the last moments of January the heavens decided they needed a presenter and pinched Wogan 😦
I’m not a big fan of the sales so tend to give the January high street a miss…until I saw this gorgeous little gem below! It was in Next and priced at £4 I thought it would make amazing present (warning: if I buy you gifts this is likely to be what you receive for the next few months), I was super proud as my little man now knows the letter J, yes that’s right loving candle mummy used a candle to teach her son his letters. (Sigh as I lay back proud, my work is done)
2. I love nature. I secretly love gardening and a fluffy cloud, sunset or sunrise is my kind of heaven. (I still screech high pitched when I see a rainbow). This was on my way to work, so lovely 🙂
3. I seem to be a breakfast fan, which given my teenage years was a Kit Kat and a glass of Ribena – I’ve come along way.
This is toast, real butter (it’s better for you and actually has taste, we buy organic grass fed), smoked salmon and poached eggs…so nom nom and was my Sunday brekkie whilst the boys played in the snow.
So farewell January you did have some glimmers of sparkle.
What are you loving and how is your NY resolution going?
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I’m loving the skies lately too! We are having amazing colors in the sky from all of these terrible storms. There are so many rainbows in Ireland, you’d love it! My IG is full of sky photos lately lol #LovelyThings x
It’s funny, it is always the small things that make me happy – and I’m always surprised by this?
Don’t even start me off of Rainbows – adore 🙂 thanks for popping by, I’m a fan of your blog.
I love a good breakfast but for me it’s posh muesli and pastries. Gorgeous sky in that photo so pretty. Thanks for linking up to #lovelythings
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No worries, I never realised how much breakfast meant to me until I started blogging. Posh museli sounds nom nom, I like the Dorset range 🙂