This year I am attempting Project 365, taking a photo a day 365 days a year. You can follow my daily posts on Instagram or catch the weekly round up on the blog every Saturday.
I am, quite frankly and unashamedly, an epic literature snob. If you haven't read the collected works of Shakespeare, the Brontes, Dickens, Hardy and Austen, we just wouldn't get on. But everyone needs a guilty secret and Jilly Cooper is mine. I've read and re-read all the books that make up the Rutshire Chronicles and could barely wait for the the new one because, well, Rupert Campbell Black, a modern day Heathcliff of a hero, just with a little less angst and trauma and much more champagne and horses.
A rainy Monday sunset
The Man's idea of brunch; a fish finger and egg sandwich with added cheese.
Tidied up the garden this week ready for Spring and the forget-me-nots are starting to flower. Hurrah.
The Boy's progress from primary school to secondary school begins with his acceptance into our preferred school. Good job really, as it was the only one I put on the form having had three daughters attend there, and with the Teen going into the school's Sixth Form in September.
World Book Day at school and The Boy decided to celebrate biography, in particular the biography of one of his (and his dad's) racing heroes, James Hunt. And it just so happened that we had the perfect outfit in the race suit we discovered in the charity shop last week.
Daughter 2 has spent the last two weeks gradually changing her naturally chocolate brown hair into something not a million miles away from being a unicorn's mane. It's still, I am informed, a work in progress.