Currently spending too much time indoors.
I love winter for the coziness of being indoors, the lights, the time spent with family and friends...but I find I don’t appreciate it half as much as when I come home after a bracing wintery walk.
So the plan is somewhere in between all our parties, appointments and visits that we’ll head off somewhere into the wild this weekend. What will you be up to?
They're called Snakes head, Fritillary flowers, the checkered Daffodils and the Chess flowers. Just to name a few. You'll find them on one of our postcards which we've called 'Checkered'. Happy Thursday to you!
Six days in. I didn’t think traveling with two small children would be quite as challenging as it has been. Despite this (and the swarm of mosquitoes that appear to have followed us from Wingan Inlet) the changing landscapes, fresh air, and nature’s beauty have made it all worthwhile. #factorfamilyroadtrip
I finally understand why wool is so highly talked about by people living in cold climates. It’s incredibly warm and cozy! I found this wool cardigan on @poshmark and I’ve been living in it just about every day. 😌