The gift of adventure

Actually, the best gift you could have given her was a lifetime of adventures – Lewis Carroll – Alice in Wonderland – A life with my husband could already write several books about our adventures. Now to continue our series into 2019.

Chamonix

In December 2018 we visited Chamonix for the first time and what a wonderful place it was. We flew with Easyjet from Gatwick into Geneva and then hired a car as I found this the cheapest and easiest way to get from the airport from Chamonix. The flight was quick under 2 hours but unfortunatelyContinue reading “Chamonix”

New Year

I would like to wish everyone of you a happy and healthy 2019. Although we have entered a new year you are still YOU. Make sure you focus more on yourself this year – a happy person makes other things come naturally. Don’t compare yourself to others, enjoy following or watching others that are happyContinue reading “New Year”

Christmas Tree Adventure

When you see all these amazing Christmas films where families are going out to cut down their own tree and its in your dreams to one day do it. Well this year I took the family to ‘Pick our own Christmas Tree’. As we will be visiting family we decided that we wanted to digContinue reading “Christmas Tree Adventure”

Tuesday Thoughts

Sometimes you have to do things as others don’t understand. Even when you have explained sometimes people still don’t get it. And quite often it’s much better done by you anyway. I use my escape of the beautiful outdoors to release the stress from inside.

Monday Motivation

I do not fix my problems. I fix my thinking. Then problems fix themselves. – Louise Hay – Whilst I love Autumn I am not a fan of the shorter days and after working all day, then getting home I have missed the day light to get outside and do something for myself. Therefore IContinue reading “Monday Motivation”

Woodhenge to Stonehenge

After watching a film my youngest son said that he wanted to go and see Stonehenge, I said he had been when he was little; but he couldn’t remember this. As the next day was my day off and he was on half term I said we could go tomorrow if he wanted to. AfterContinue reading “Woodhenge to Stonehenge”