Another 2 weeks seem to have gone in a flash, and it’s time for Little Loves again. A chance to look back at our last fortnight, and focus on the positive things that have happened.

Little Loves


I am still reading Hens Reunited by Lucy Diamond.  I needed something a little less heavy after Eleanor Oliphant, and this is perfect. I will probably finish it this weekend, and I think I’ll make a start on the Matt Haig book that everybody is talking about. My Mum managed to pick it up in a charity shop for only a pound.

Lucy Diamond - Hens Reunited


Katie had a sleepover at her friends last weekend, so the husband and teen watched Black Panther at the cinema (which meant I had a Friday night to myself, bliss).… Continue reading

Another 2 weeks has passed since I last shared our Little Loves and phew, what a busy but fantastic fortnight it has been. Here are some of the things we have been up to.


I have finally finished my book, The Secrets to Happiness, and was another great read from Lucy Diamond. I can’t wait to start reading Summer at Shell Cottage.

Lucy Diamond Books


As part of my mum’s 70th birthday celebrations, we watched Cirque Du Soleil in Manchester on Wednesday night. It was my first time watching a Cirque show, and WOW what an evening. Amaluna was breathtaking and mesmerizing from start to finish, and Katie was captivated by all the stunning costumes.… Continue reading

I missed joining in with Little Loves last week, and what a fortnight it has been. The teen has already enjoyed a full week off school, the whole country has basked in the heatwave and we can finally say hello summer holidays.


I picked this book up the other week in a Charity Shop for the bargain price of 99p. I have not started it yet, but I have read a few of Lucy Diamond’s books and they are always a great read.

Lucy Diamond

Another thing I have read this week is my daughter’s school report. She absolutely loves school and it was a pleasure to read, especially the comment ‘Your manners and behaviour are a terrific example to everyone in the class’.… Continue reading