And just like that, April ended and May began! April was lovely as J and I had some annual leave which we spent really productively doing projects round the house. I also treated myself to a couple of new things!
Last Friday the sun was out and by the time I got home after work, it was still really warm so we dragged the patio furniture out and chilled out in the garden with some Prosecco from Premier Estates Wine. They were at the Blogosphere Cover Reveal Party and got in touch after the event to see if I wanted to try some more of their wine ♥ Yes, I believe I absolutely did thank you very much!
It’s been a long time coming, but here’s the final part of our garden renovation project; the side garden! If you’re new to the blog or you simply missed the previous garden posts; here’s part one and two 🙂
Back in February, I shared the first part of our garden renovation project (which you can read about here). This post is all about part two of the project; the back garden.
I’m so excited to finally be able to share this with you all 🙂 Last year J and I took the plunge and invested a hell lot of our money into having our garden completely landscaped.
As you’ll see from the photos, it used to look more like an urban jungle/wilderness than a garden. A lot of people asked why we didn’t do it ourselves; until they saw pictures of what we’d have to contend with!
I’m pretty sure that fashion posts and outfits of the day won’t be a regular feature on my blog. I have no idea about what looks good, what shape I am and which colours go together well, but I absolutely love my new coat and wanted to share how pretty it is with you all!! 🙂
It’s been a manic couple of months for me, so I thought I’d catch you up on what’s been going on. We had our garden completely landscaped which took two months to complete; it was a massive project which required hiring in the professionals! I’ll do a separate post on that soon as the before and after photos are immense! Here’s a quick sneak peek of the before!
We have a large untamed garden extending all the way round our house. There’s rubble, weeds, brambles and often frogs, slowworms, foxes and badgers as well. The project, quite simply, is too large for J and I to undertake alone, especially considering J has CFS, so can’t really do much in one go. So we thought we’d hire a landscaper.
Hey everyone, I’m Holly and I wanted to start a blog so I have somewhere to share my thoughts, reviews and general life updates. I also thought it would be a fantastic place to meet like-minded people.