As a woman who worked in the construction industry for almost twenty years this is a phrase I have heard more times than I care to remember. It by turns irritates, depresses and amuses me.
Moving into a new house is always full of surprises; and when that house dates back to 1830, the discoveries can come thick and fast; so my word of the week is discovery!
Last week we moved into our new house. It is exciting, wonderful and somewhat overwhelming. Regular readers will have heard me mention (just a few times) how much work needs to be done to the house! But, I haven’t yet talked much about the garden…
This photo is a favourite of mine, in fact we have it framed. It was taken just before the 8yo turned two. We were in London for a couple of days and having a wander. I asked for a kiss, and he missed!
Joining in with Charly’s Alphabet Photography Project over on PODCast.
Last weekend we decided to take a last minute trip north to New Hampshire. The past month or so has been pretty hectic and the kids have had to spend a lot of time following us around as we pack and move boxes. They’ve been very patient and deserved a treat. So, when a friend suggested that we join them at Storyland (a theme park), we jumped at the chance!
Also linking with Charly’s Black and White Photography Project over on PODCast.