Not posting here and interacting with all of you has made me a little sad. I don’t want to sound soppy, but it was like something was missing out of my life. I love the interaction of this blog. I love getting your emails and reading your comments on my posts. I didn’t plan to stop posting and I feel pretty guilty that I just dropped off the radar without telling you, my lovely readers why. But the longer it went without me posting, the harder it was for me to get back into it.
This will be the last post on this blog for the next two weeks as we’re off on holidays on Wednesday. Yay!!! As much as I would love to be sitting in front on my computer researching the latest interiors to share with all you lovely people, I’ll just have to make do with sitting in the sunshine, wining, dining and relaxing by the pool 😛
We’re heading to the Budva Riviera in Montenegro. I’ve never been to Montenegro before so I’m really looking forward to it. And of course the fact that the big orange thing will (hopefully) be shining in the sky makes it even better.
On friday night I accompanied mum to her closest friends 80th birthday party. She was in great form all evening and even sang a song (which was more than I was prepared to do I can tell you!!!). Not looking bad either for someone who will be 82 in a few weeks time!
I didn’t get a chance to update this blog last week as real life got in the way 🙁
But I promise all you lovely people, I have some super posts coming up with lots of ideas and inspiration for your home.
For now I’m going to share a quick post on my Photo of the Week section. It’s been a while since I shared some images of our little man with you so here’s a few of the cheeky monkey to keep you going.
This post is not about me being sentimental. This is a little shout out to all of you who are members of the one club that no one wants to join!
It’s my way of remembering all the dads who we can’t buy a Father’s Day card for, or who we aren’t able to do something special with today.
Last Monday I brought you a photo of my brother who was taking part in a 1,400km cycle around Ireland with Cycle Against Suicide raising awareness for about suicide and depression in young people.
They have cycled the length and breath of this island visiting schools and colleges along the way spreading the message “It’s ok not to feel ok; and it’s absolutely ok to ask for help”.