Thursday, May 9, 2013

The merry month of...


Spring has finally sprung and I've just about returned from planet wedding to planet earth. Suddenly the evenings are warm and the gardens are in full bloom - this is my favourite time of the year! When we lived in central London one of the things I missed most were the little signs that the year was turning and the seasons changing. Now we're out in the 'burbs surrounded by green open spaces and beautiful trees, I like to pause for breath every so often and soak up my surroundings.

This month I'm looking forward to...

Resting - during the last couple of months of wedding planning I felt like I had two full time jobs. Every day I would either be up early or burning the midnight candle pinning bunting, feeding the wedding cakes, and sourcing the final bits and pieces that would make the day extra special. Now all our hard work has paid off I'm looking forward to sitting back and putting my feet up.

Blogging - You might have noticed a few tweaks here and there on SCC and there will be a few more coming up over the next couple of weeks. Whilst we were getting ready for the wedding I didn't have any time whatsoever to blog and Wow, I missed it so much! I love this little corner of the Internet and am excited for this new chapter to begin. It's been such a pleasure watching my readership steadily grow and grow - thank you guys for sticking with me! I have some exciting things planned planned for next few months so watch this space!

Catching up with friends - nuff said.

Celebrating - Summer is on it's way and up and down the country maypoles are being dusted down and Morris dancers are limbering up. This is the month for Jack In The Green celebrations and village fetes. The merry Month of May is (literally) my middle name and I'm so excited to celebrate this amazing time of year!

And yes, I will be posting some wedding photos very very soon ;) In the meantime why not pop over to our photographer's blog for a sneak peek: Hannah Couper Photography

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