The weather has been, slowly, getting better, and we have made the most of it by spending as much time as we can out in the garden. Our main tasks have been to create a new run for our four rabbits at the end of the garden so they can have their own space to run around outside and to dig out a vegetable patch. We made some good progress last weekend, and we finished the rabbit run and started on the vegetable patch.
I had planned to do a post summing up my experience of Sugar Free January, and to be perfectly honest with you, this post is not what I believed I would be writing. But it just goes to show that I can change, and hopefully for the better.
Whether you’ve just got yourself a gorgeous new puppy, or you’re moving into a new home that your dog isn’t used to, there are specific features that your garden needs to ensure its dog-friendly and ready for it’s new guest. You want your garden to be a safe, secure space for your dog to enjoy without having to check on them every few seconds, and these useful tips will help you to achieve the perfect space for your playful pooch to spend quality time enjoying the fresh air.
I fell in love with the idea of Girls Made of Snow and Glass from the moment I read the blurb so I asked for it as a Christmas pressie and I am so glad I did! I couldn’t wait to write my review, I just had so much to say, there are a few general spoilery type things in here (the book has been out since September 2017) but they are broad comments rather than specific details.
One of the happiest times of the month for me is Fairyloot Day! From the moment I read my “Your Fairyloot has Shipped” email I am even more excited than normal for my Fairyloot Box. On Saturday my January Fairyloot box arrived, the theme for the month was Talk Faerie to Me, which I just knew I was going to love, as right now I am in love with all things Fae. I had a suspicion of what the book might be, and I was so excited to see what the amazing Fairyloot Team would come up with for this box.