Book Review: The Summer We’ve Had

Historical Fiction is a genre I am very enamored with, so naturally reviewing this book, The Silent Chapter: A Heartwarming and Heartbreaking Love Story in Twentieth-Century Britain, was an easy decision to make. The title in itself grabbed my attention; 20th century Britain you say? Yes, please!

Summer Birdwatching in Normandy

Let’s talk about summer birds as it is July, the weather is pretty picture perfect and it is a joy to be relaxing outside listening to birdsong.

The Must Have Sunset Preset

Landscape photography is pretty much my go-to at the moment. But somehow I always seem to miss the sunset when I have my camera! It doesn’t help that sunset falls past 21:00 here for sure, so I decided to create an art filter to make my landscapes a little more like summer evenings.

Realities of Living in an old Normandy Farmhouse (300+ years!)

Living in an old french house is not all that it seems…

The Silent Chapter

Historical Fiction is a genre I am very enamored with, so naturally reviewing this book, The Silent Chapter: A Heartwarming and Heartbreaking Love Story in Twentieth-Century Britain, was an easy decision to make. The title in itself grabbed my attention; 20th century Britain you say? Yes, please!

My Travel Bucket List

Travel is going to be off the cards for a while, but I still can dream of the places I eventually will visit and share them with you! If you have been to any of these places, let me know what you thought! *** A few years ago, my brother bought me a scratch mapContinue reading “My Travel Bucket List”

Normal Canadian Things I Find Weird #2

After getting positive feedback on my potty post, I thought I would continue my series of awkward britishness abroad and bring you the second of the series….. *** Normal Canadian Things I Find Weird #2 Precipitants So I found a definition of precipitants on the Met Office website and now am slightly alarmed:  The definitionContinue reading “Normal Canadian Things I Find Weird #2”