It seems almost ironic that during the current situation, it also happens to be Local Community History Month and Share A Story Month in the UK.We’ve been keeping exceptionally busy at home in Worcestershire, but we have often found our minds wandering to what we are missing over in Le Marche. We’ve talked endlessly about how well our vines will be holding up, fending for themselves without our continued attention, lots of chat about the wine still in the tanks waiting to be bottled, and of course, when we will get the chance to return.
Well, here we go into our second week of isolation, only another predicted 12-14 to go! I think last week was a little trial really, with homeschooling, working from home, and for some a house full of family members.
As the weeks go on I’m sure it will all get easier, we’ll get into a routine, become more patient and tolerant...and above, all get super fit and with all our ‘pandemic projects’ done.
Did you hear how much had been spent over the last three weeks on food? AN EXTRA ONE BILLION POUNDS ON SUPERMARKET SHOPPING, this is in addition to what we normally spend! Can you imagine just how much food there is in some homes right now…...worse still, can you image how much food waste there’s going to be!
I’m sure I’m not the only one who has that feeling? Alcohol can be a very ‘quick fix’ relaxant for many of us, but perhaps now that we are heading into a lifestyle none of us have experienced before, we should be thinking twice before reaching for that second glass of ‘relaxant’
It's so good to see the sun, albeit very cold! Today is known as Blue Monday...January 20th!! supposedly the most depressing day of the year. The festive period is over, we've either eaten or spent too much, maybe both, and have that awful feeling of failure having lapsed on our New Year resolutions. This can all help us feel low, less motivated and generally UGH!
Location is one of the most important parts of a memorable, unique, and enjoyable wedding. Destination weddings have become increasingly popular over recent years, and account for almost a quarter of the 2 million annually registered weddings. There is no country more romantic than Italy which is now one of the most popular destinations especially for those looking to celebrate in style,. The Le Marche region of Italy is becoming increasingly popular both for tourism and as a wedding venue.
Sorry this is a bit later than promised. The unexpected urgency of having to lay 50 floorboards before our kitchen fitters arrived took over! After posting a picture of me in a yellow dress a few of you asked ‘how to wear yellow’ and ‘what skin tones suit yellow’. You know what it’s like, you are drawn into a shop by the vibrant outfit in the window, you pick it up and put it straight back down because the colour just doesn’t feel ‘right’. This generally happens because we all have ‘safe colours’... it could be navy and greys, deeper blues and black, or for me, pinks and light blues.