Sheffield Park and Garden is a large landscape garden in Sussex, owned by the National Trust. There’s also a Sheffield Park House, situated at the edge of the property, but that’s still privetely owned and not open to the public. The park is a wonderful experience at all times of the year, with winding paths … More Autumn Colours at Sheffield Park & Garden
Yesterday was World Mental Health Day, and late in the evening, as I was fretting over wanting to write two different posts linked to mental health and one about something else, with very little time left of the day, I decided to allow myself to fail. I completed a post on our instagram, and then … More “Please Don’t Change”
October has many ‘awareness days’ and is ‘awareness month’ for several things that are of specific interest to me because of them being related to Penguin in one way or another. I already mentioned in my post on the first day of this month about it being AAC Awareness Month, which is highly relevant to us … More Our Life With Sensory Processing Disorder – Part I
This post started its life as an Instagram post, but I’d like it to have a home here on our blog too. The post below is pretty much the same as my original IG post, with only a few minor changes. TURN, TURN, TURN… “To everything (turn, turn, turn) There is a season (turn, … More “Turn, Turn, Turn…” – Noticing Time & Change
Yesterday we visited Howletts Wild Animal Park, near Canterbury. We’ve been there a few times before (you can read about one of our previous visits HERE), and as usual we really enjoyed making our way around the park and stopping to look at some of the animals – as well as some plants – along … More A Visit To Howletts Animal Park & A Simple Follow-Up Activity
Earlier this year, on a sunny summer’s day, we visited the medieval ruins of Bayham Old Abbey, which sit on the Kent/Sussex border, in a very rural spot not too far from Lamberhurst. The abbey was founded there as part of a monastery, in the early 13th Century, and was built using local sandstone. Although … More Days Out In The South East: Bayham Old Abbey
Earlier this year, we shared about how we’d started growing a couple of things from food scraps, with inspiration from the wonderful book ‘Linneas Windowsill Garden’. (If you’d like to revisit that post, you can find it here: Growing Plants from Food Scraps! Part I: Pineapple and Avocado) Since then, we’ve planted a few more … More Growing Plants From Food Scraps II: Lemon, Celery & Honeydew Melon!
Today is the First of October, and my online world is full of reminders that today is indeed a New Month. There are shiny new ‘challenges’ to join in with on instagram, and as we look ahead, October seems to be glowing with promises of cosy autumnal moments. We’ll be surrounded by the golden hues … More October… New Month, New Beginnings?