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It’s suddenly gone very apocalyptic ...
#dustbathheaven
The weather has broken! 🌧 #goodbyeheatwave
Halcyon Days in High Summer. 🌾#nofilter #soundonπŸ”Š
#BrumSlang
I’ve been in Bham for a conference and now taking the opportunity to have a wander. I’m LOVING the trend for using 18th/19th century maps in their window display advertising - historical geek-dar is blinking!
I love this. πŸ’•
I am now a mother ...
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(Of two goldfish, two shubunkin and four pond snails) 🐌🐑 #thuglife
No filter on this. Finished off my two days at the UCAS NEC Fair by taking a detour in the venue lakeside garden. This was the perfect calm I needed after a manic day. #waterlily
ADVICE NEEDED! I have found this wallpaper hiding away in the loft. I would never have bought this in a million years, but it’s vintage which I can’t resist, free (even better) and I have a fleeting idea for my office. It could either be a perfect addition or a perfect disaster. I’ve seen some walls with panels and a darker patterned wallpaper. It CAN work. But one wall I had planned to be filled with a mixed set of framed pictures and I can’t decide if it would be too much. I’ve added a picture of my office - currently untidy and unfinished - so you can get an idea. With a new blind and the right lighting the room could look very sumptuous, a perfect historic writing den. But argh, not sure! It’s all down to taste in the end, so I understand if some of you aren’t keen, but I’d really appreciate some honest opinions on this. Paper is by Vymura, design Honeysuckle 79-614, shade 164A.

EDIT: I decided to use it for a different house. Eventually. It’s too unique to get rid of in any case.
Took the research outside.
PS - I don’t just faff about with flowers all the time. Promise.
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I’ve managed to plan out a very sketchy layout of my next novel. Unlike Book 1 which restricted me in terms of content due to it being based on a true story and therefore a strict timeline, Book 2 only touches on true events and will be, in the main, coming from my imagination. This either makes it easier or harder in terms of writing. I’m sure I’ll be banging my head against the keyboard in due course. #writethefuckingbook