Over the past few days the weather has been beautiful and sunny but the heat has lessened considerably since the boiling hot Saturday, which was at 25 degrees Celsius at 4 in the afternoon! All this hot weather has got me thinking back to previous holidays and I thought I'd share some photos from Cumbria with you all. Also, I'd like to thank all my new followers, there are now 29 of you. I can't believe anybody would want to read much of my blog since I'm not particularly a fashion blog or post anything of much importance, but I'm glad you all enjoy the blog and if you ever have any suggestions then don't hesitate to email me.
I haven't been up to too much lately, which is a pretty boring thing to write on here, but I did make some more writing papers. I don't want to take any photos of them as I shall be sending them out to my penpals, most of whom are fellow bloggers, and I'd like it to be a surprise! I did, however, get out my Moleskin and my pencils and did a few drawings yesterday which I'll try and post on here the next time. Apart from that I'm meeting up with an old friend tomorrow, which should be fun, have been sitting out in my garden getting some vitamin D and enjoying hanging out with my Mum on her week off.
I hope everyone enjoys the rest of their week!
Any plans for the hot weather and the Bank Holiday?
Taken on St Bees beach. Can you see the crab? He's the green shape right next to the largest rock. Click for a larger view to see him :)
My friend the seagull. Every morning there was at least one of them outside of our caravan, perched on the lamppost or just wandering about outside looking for food. I have a soft spot for them even though most people hate them.
The beautiful Church cottage, which must have been the Vicar's parsonage. I love all the beautiful flowers, it's like something out of a fairytale. This was taken in Rydall.
Strange markings the waves had made as the tide had gone out, and my brother's shadow, haha. On St Bees beach again.
Winkes! You can eat these but personally I wouldn't try it. There were clusters of these all over the rocks at St Bees. It's brilliant for rock-pooling there, you'll find starfish, tiny little fishes, crabs, winkles, limpets, mussels, anemones and my Dad and I saw a pipefish. If you've not heard of a pipefish go here.