Thank goodness it’s Friday, and an even bigger thank goodness that it is almost the Easter holidays.  The past week has been a bit manic and I am more than ready for a break.  4 days and counting… Read I’m still very slowly working my way through Eleanor Oliphant.  I’ve made a bit of a pact with myself to head to bed earlier and read before bed instead to watching rubbish TV and ended up going to bed too late.  I’m all ears to any good reading book suggestions. Watched It was one of my husbands oldest friends surprise 40th… View Post

We are six weeks into the extension and a lot is going on outside to build the framework of the new part of the house but it probably isn’t too exciting to anyone apart from us.  Instead of more pictures of bricks, I’m going to share our designers images of what the end product will look like. We have always dreamt of the large kitchen/dining/family space and I still can’t quite believe we are only a couple of months away from it being a reality.  When we first started talking about the design it was really important that it was… View Post

Happy Friday, it feels like this has been a long week and I am more than ready for a couple of days off.  The scaffolding for the extension has gone up this week to build the walls for the first floor.  It’s really exciting to see but I am looking forward to it being finished and not living on a building site. Without further ado here’s the highlights of the past week. Read After seeing so many people raving about this book I treated myself to a little Mothers Day present and bought Eleanor Oliphant.  I read a few pages… View Post

It’s been a long, hard winter and so now spring is dropping a few hints, you’re probably thinking of ways in which you can claw back some of the money you spent on heating and cooking in the last few months. Of course, buying your heating oil from companies such as Emo Oil is a good start, but you can carry on saving even after your tank has been filled up. Try some of these tips – your bank balance will appreciate it! Aim for the right temperature The integral thermometer on the AGA is notoriously off kilter, so just… View Post