You might, or might not, have noticed that I didn’t post a catch-up for February. To be honest, I barely did anything and just wanted to have a bit of a break. This month has been a lot more positive, so I wanted to write a post about it!
I love the end of March because the clocks go forward so we now officially have more daylight 😀 J and I also now have two weeks of annual leave, so we’re going to be working on the house and having plenty of downtime too 🙂
Hello! Happy belated new year everyone!! 2020 is finally over and although 2021 still remains pretty uncertain, at least we can hope for a better year, right??
Well November is over and we’re now into the final month of a very long year! November was a pretty chill month to be honest, lots of chilling on the sofa watching TV, lots of chilling in bed watching TV and lots of autumnal walks 🙂
It’s been two years since I first started collecting enamel pins and I think it’s fair to say that my collection has grown massively in that time!!
Well, April was an absolute shit show, wasn’t it? I was ill at the end of March and then lockdown happened. Life completely changed overnight and, I’m not going to lie, some days have been an absolute struggle in terms of my anxiety. I’m trying to look at the positives though; my friends and family are all okay and I’m grateful that I can work from home.
I really hope that you’re all okay too and I’m sending you lots of love ❤️❤️
Well shit, this is a bit late, isn’t it? I seemed to have not only lost my blogging motivation, but all motivation in general recently. It’s probably due to the fact that I’ve recently changed my hours at work so I’m now cramming a full-time job into 4 days and it’s been a bit of an adjustment to say the least!! I really love having Fridays off, but being at work for 10 hours a day? Not so much!
Following on from parts one and two, I now have even more pins in my collection, oops!! I can’t seem to stop buying them! I mostly buy from the UK but occasionally branch out into buying from Europe. I tend not to buy them from the US as the postage usually costs the same, if not more, than the pins!!
Well, what a weird month that was! We had some lovely sunshine over a glorious bank holiday, then we had high winds. We also found out that J has severe sleep apnoea
Back in October last year I wrote a post about my enamel pin collection. Since then I’ve got over a dozen new ones, so I thought I’d share them with you 🙂
Well, it’s now 2019 and I’ve just got round to writing my December catch-up for 2018, oops!
I’m definitely excited to see the back of 2018 and get on with 2019; not in the least because I have three tattoo sessions booked in for the next three months 😊😊