The last time Mark and I had a rare day off together without Freya we were completely clueless as to what to do with ourselves – and ended up wasting the day.
This time we had a plan. A trip to Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden. I’ve been before but it was Mark’s first visit. After dropping her off at school, off we went. It was a cold but gloriously sunny day.
There was plenty of autumn colour.
Don’t tell the others but this is my new favourite tree.
Plus some lovely flashes of pink (and blue if you include the kingfisher that whizzed by).
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Wishing you a great week ahead.
It seems a long while ago now but, along with my parents, Freya and I spent half term at a caravan in Caister-on-Sea on the Norfolk coast.
We were very lucky with the weather and managed to get on the beach most afternoons. I also nipped out early a couple of mornings to see the sunrise. One of the days it was just a wall of cloud to start with but then it cleared and there was a beautiful golden light.
I love taking photos with the turbines in the background.
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After a week of illness, we all felt the need for a little fresh air and adventure yesterday – and after getting various chores done we set off for Happisburgh Lighthouse.
Built in 1790, Happisburgh (pronounced hazebra) is the only independently run lighthouse in Great Britain. There’s a chance to climb the 112 steps to the lantern at events and tours run during the year.
Along with the lighthouse there is a beach to explore, a lovely cliff top walk and a fabulous playground too.
Just what the doctor ordered.
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Also, please pop back tomorrow because my latest Behind The Book interview is with the fabulous Isabella Davidson, who writes the popular blog Notting Hill Yummy Mummy and has now published her first book, Beta Mum: Adventures In Alpha Land.