This year I am attempting Project 365, taking a photo a day 365 days of the year. Unfortunately due to circumstances beyond my control (life) I've missed a week of posting the project on here/ So without further ado, let's play catch up ...
At a friend's gorgeous wedding in an equally gorgeous Scotland, I couldn't resist this shot of a kilt wearing wedding guest dancing with his daughter in the glorious Scottish countryside.
We were only in Scotland a short time but long enough for me to fall madly in love with it. We will be going back.
Charity shop bargain of the day, an almost untouched Cath Kidston bag. and so begins my love affair with Cath Kidston though I do feel I'm betraying my Kipling collection. #Baglove
The Boy's 11th birthday means cake and the chocolatey the better. This is a Mary Berry chocolate orange cake smothered, absolutely, in chocolate with more chocolate and extra added chocolate just in case.
Finally the end of term looms into view and The Boy has won the school's Special Cup for being a generally all round good egg and a nice boy to boot. I knew it already but it's nice his teacher thinks so too
Friday is market day in Ossett, some of the primroses from one of the stalls.
My first butterfly of the year in the garden. Hurrah.
Back on the road again for a few days in Whitby but I didn't expect to see the Easter Bunny on the road too. Turns out lots and lots of bikers were on the roads delivering Easter eggs to sick children.
First day of our stay in what's become a home from home, Whitby. And breathe.
Whitby is famous for it's Yards that are bursting with higgledy piggledy houses and cottages and hidden down small alleys from the main streets. The alleys are narrow and the steps to the cottages can be extraordinarily steep, this time round we gave our cottage steps a 9 out of 10 for their Aargh factor.
More Whitby because you can never have enough seaside in your life.
Even more Whitby. Yeah sorry about that*