I am aware, for some, this post will not make much sense. It is probably the most vulnerable one for a while and the most blatant about my faith. I would love you to peruse anyway, but if not, it’s ok a favourites post is on its way later in the week! As a child, my Dad worked for Sealink. This meant He was away a … Continue reading Treasuring Words
The Arden Theatre was the first club I joined when I moved to Faversham. I’ve committed to it because it brings together two worlds that I love: the stage and the bar. Two worlds that I miss; three wishes that I have Continue reading TEN
What brings me joy?
It’s the end of the working week and I’m about to go out with some of my favourite people for a wine tasting organised by Hercules Wines. One of the photo prompts for today is ‘joy’, which of course is also a theme of advent! As I was driving home through one of my favourite routes home, looking at the pink skies I thought about this question. Continue reading NINE
Currently, England is having another mini-heatwave, so I thought I’d keep it short and very sweet. I am obsessed with pineapple this week so I thought I would share my two favourites with you today. GRILLED TERIYAKI CHICKEN SALAD by lecremedelacrumb.com Oh my gosh this is incredible, just the right amount sweet, the chicken marinated with flavour and avocado too!! Genuinely loved this and keep … Continue reading Two ‘sweet’ pineapple recipes
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what I am passionate about, what I love and value. It seems to be the buzzwords of the moment! As I began to list what I am passionate about I realised that it falls into these three categories: CREATIVITY | RELATIONSHIPS | FREEDOM why not make a list today of the things you are passionate about, do yours … Continue reading Find Your Passion
Fourteen years ago, I was beginning to pack up for uni. Last weekend I went back, to celebrate it’s 50th Anniversary I’ll be honest, I didn’t want to go to Kent, my heart was set on Birmingham and Kent was just the insurance offer I knew I wouldn’t take Fourteen years ago, I was beginning to pack up for uni: Destination UKC I’ll be honest, … Continue reading #weareKENT
I’ve spent the weekend listening to bands at the Brogdale Cider Festival. I found it reignited my love for music. The bands were all fantastic but on a couple of occasions were superseded by little feet! Every now and then a child would move to the front and begin wobble dancing to the music and it would capture everyone’s attention, even the band! Today I … Continue reading Old Songs