My Month: August

This month has flown by, faster than any other month this year. Perhaps it was how full it was – we went to CarFest one weekend then away for a week in Cornwall. Or perhaps it was the countdown to Jess & Dan’s wedding which is now only 2 days away. Either way, there hasn’t been a moment for reflection so I’m enjoying looking back at my last days of summer before the new season starts next week.

  • The shorts I haven’t had off all summer
  • Summer time gin-drinking
  • Healthy alfresco eating
  • Beautiful evening clouds
  • Making paper poms for the wedding
  • The spare room coming together with hints of coral.
  • Our view from the house in Bude that we stayed at
  • Clifftop and beachfront walks on the north Cornwall coastal path
  • Bodyboarding with Pete
  • A day out in Padstow (more to come!)
  • Dressing for dinner in coral and peach
  • The perfect bank holiday lie in…
  • Sweet Peas from the allotment
  • My favourite summer shirt (from Monsoon)
  • A rare moment of peace on holiday, enjoying the sunset on the beach.

How was your August readers?

 

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10 thoughts on “My Month: August

  1. August has been
    1. Seeing our wedding photos and then ALL THE FRAMES a la Amy
    2. Children’s birthday parties
    3. More “the future” chat
    4. Starting “Project Health” and finally making an appointment to see a specialist privately and then being AWED by the awesomness of the NHS
    5. Thinking about moving jobs
    6. Planning all holidays to and including 2017
    7. Wondering when I’m going to fit in having children around all of these holidays
    8. Getting house envy

  2. My August has been such fun and so rubbish.

    1. Out of a job.
    2. Sun.
    3. Family holiday in Ballater.
    4. Walks in the Highlands.
    5. Children’s holiday club.
    6. 5 different space related costumes in one week.
    7. Anniversary date.
    8. Catch up with old friends over a few gins.
    9. An horrible job.
    10. Out of a job and down in the dumps.

    Although in September I will be poor I have a little holiday to look forward to, we are staying in Scotland but it involves my most favourite band that I have never seen before 🙂

  3. August really has passed in a blur hasn’t it!! For me work has been very busy but also some lovely stuff with friends; open air theatre and the Proms were particular highlights. Not at all ready for the end of summer yet (I missed the heatwave as I was away) so hanging on desperately to the last of the warm days!!

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