Today we spent some time at Holly House and took a chance to take a closer look at the incredible windows.
This is my place of work. I work on the toll booths for the bridges that separate England from Wales. It may not seem the most exciting job in the world but I love my job.
Some people opt to paint the town red. We painted the hills green and became mobile artists masterpiece painters. We found a beautiful spot and created our canvases of the world the way we see it…
Skirrid Fawr is a beautiful mountain based in Abergavenny, Mid Wales, it has with stunning 360 views, it’s a real treat for little effort and manageable for the smallest of legs. It’s an ideal walk to watch he sun rise or descend. The woodlands surrounding it are carpeted with flowers.
Tonight there was a beautiful harvest moon dominating the skies briefly over Newport. It peeped through my window on the 6th floor of the Royal Gwent hospital. It was behind a bank of cloud as it rose from the horizon but graced the sky for 15 minutes in between the clouds. Here’s what it looked like to me…
We finally left the house with Arabella in tow after almost a week of being grounded due to the lurgy washing over us… It wasn’t a blue skied day but that did not stop it from being beautiful….really really beautiful.
Do your kids love the BFG? Imagine the magic and excitement of stumbling over one of his coastal lairs? St Govan’s Chapel is the most perfect place to bring to life a little bit of magic!