Mood Mode

Mood Mode

Hope you're having a good Sunday. As a Game of Thrones fan, I am anxiously awaiting finding out who of our beloved characters will fall in the Battle for Winterfell...yet at the same time hoping to put it off so that I don't have to face the facts of who we will lose. I have [...]

Folly

Folly

Happy Easter! The chocolate is flowing but it's been a quiet Easter so far as Chez Kess. We are doing the family stuff tomorrow with a big Easter roast dinner with the family. Today has been pretty relaxed and my daughter's dog, that has become the bane of my life, isn't here today either...soooo much [...]

Finding Joy

Finding Joy

I'm not one to complain when I'm under the weather...and I'm not complaining now...I can't complain as I've completely lost my voice. Much to the joy of some people around me in real life and those who find it amusing to make me try and talk and send them voice clips of it (mentioning no [...]

Get Over Blogger Block – 7 Ideas

Get Over Blogger Block – 7 Ideas

I fell in love with this bath when I first saw a photo of it on Facebook last week and the idea for this bright, vibrant bathroom was born! I've seen a few bloggers talk recently on Facebook and other forums about 'blogger block'. It's real and it affects all of us from time to [...]

Cafe Je T’aime

Cafe Je T’aime

Good morning and happy Monday! It was bittersweet to see all the hard work we had done for the One Billion Rising sims disappear overnight as we handed the sims back to Linden Labs. That said, I already have ideas for what I want to do with the sim for next years OBR. One of [...]

Summer Days and Flowers

Summer Days and Flowers

How many kinds of sweet flowers grow In an English country garden? I'll tell you now of some that I know And those I miss you'll surely pardon Daffodils, heart's ease and flox Meadowsweet and lady smocks Gentain, lupine and tall hollihocks Roses, foxgloves, snowdrops, forget-me-nots In an English country garden Jimmie Rodgers Credits:- [ [...]

The Orangery

The Orangery

When my children were younger we holidayed for several years running at a small, family-run, hotel complex in Sorrento, Italy. the hotel itself only had around 8 rooms but there were cabins scattered around the complex. The hotel complex had originally been an orange and lemon grove and most of the cabins where shady with [...]