Saturday, 2 November 2013

Things I loved in October.

Well can you believe it we are in November already, I can barely keep up. It seems like this year has gone by in the blink of an eye. It's been such a busy month with the new house, we have finally reserved a plot which is so exciting. We've got a lovely 3 bedroom new build that has a big garden for Dave and Rocky to play in, a large spare room for Dan to have as a studio to work from and enough space for the family to come and visit. We drove past the development the other day and they are already starting to lay the first bricks :) It's going to be a long process and we are still at the early stages so all we can do is keep our fingers crossed.

Now onto some things I have enjoyed in October.

After our very interesting trip blackberry picking, Lauren and I decided to get cracking and start making. We've been making so many different things, jams, jellies, chutneys and my favourite PICKLED ONIONS!! The house has smelt like heaven the past couple of days with all the cooking fruit we have had. 

The weather has really changed over the past couple of weeks, it's bitterly cold most mornings and having a caramel latte in my hand certainly warms me up. having said that nothing can beat a hot chocolate on a Friday morning!

I am obsessed with burning candles, I love them. I've already brought a load candles to go in our new house and we've not even get the keys yet! My favourite candle at the moment is my Jo Malone English Pear & Freesia. I got this for Christmas last year and I only burn it for a short time every now and then, but to be honest that's all you need. The smell is gorgeous and lasts for hours. 

When Dan and I were dating we would watch this TV series every Tuesday at his house. I was hooked from the first episode. I decided to grab a copy of this on Amazon and as soon as I put the DVD in the computer I watched every episode!! It's such a brilliant series and I highly recommend it.  

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