Visit | Tring National History Museum

Summer is approaching at last. The days are long and light and it’s finally warm enough to ditch the layers and free the skin. All of a sudden, you find you no longer want to hibernate inside. It’s time to go out. Explore. Have a little wander somewhere new. There’s…

Books on my Reading List

For the last few years, I haven’t had any control over what I have read. Well, that’s my excuse for not reading as many books as I would have liked anyway. As an English Literature student, finding time to read the books I wanted to read, proved to be difficult.…

May Goals

I can’t believe it is May already. Where is the sunshine? It is still so cold and I’m spending the evenings wrapped in blankets with the heating on. I’m very tempted to book a one way ticket to somewhere warm. I am aware that I have gone on and on…

Fairy Flowers | Walking in Bluebell Woods

The Bluebell is the sweetest flower That waves in summer air: Its blossoms have the mightiest power To soothe my spirit’s care. – ‘The Bluebell’, Emily Bronte  Last weekend, my mum and I took Clover along to see the Bluebells at Dockey Wood, Ashridge Park. As soon as April began,…