Sunshine And Bluebells

Blame it on the sunshine & the pretty little bluebells that have made an appearance in my garden, but I am feeling suddenly spring like (oh please let this finally be the begining at last)...

Well Ive had a busy few days, the surveyor came round to inspect my house yesterday & today my purchaser came to see me to go over what I would be leaving behind. It was the first time the realisation of me actually moving hit me & I have to say I had a bit of a wobble. I really did not like this family of strangers walking round my house & measuring up it was horrible the feeling that this is really not my house anymore, not for much longer anyway. I wanted to cry its been my home for over 10 years & I have loved it here so this is a big (well HUGE actually) step for me. Ill be moving in with my partner until the end of the year when we will then sell his house to find a family home together. I did get the jitters about giving up my little security blanket I have to say, but I am incredibly excited about everything too. I cant wait to be able to wake up with Neil every day. It was just a little moment of sadness at the thought of letting go of a faze of my life that got me all chocked up. But enough mushy stuff that sun is shining & the vibrant colour of those bluebells are so gorgeous time to start thinking of bold colours & floral patterns. I thought I would share these fun conservatories & get excited about the thought of sunday afternoons chilling with a glass of wine & enjoying the sunshine. Fun pops of colour teamed with greenery to put a smile on everyones faces. Enjoy the weekend all xx

Tropical conservatory | Conservatory decorating ideas - best of 2010 | Conservatorys | PHOTO GALLERY
Conservatories | Conservatory decorating ideas | PHOTO GALLERY |
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  1. Sounds like you are pretty busy! I'm so happy for your big move. My boyfriend and I haven't moved in together yet but considering it. My mom think we should get married first.. ugh. I don't know!! It seems so common now. I don't understand why we shouldn't, you know? Hope you enjoyed your weekend. :)

    [ keep calm & blog on ]

  2. ...godd luck with everything.

  3. I know just exactly what you mean. When we moved from where we lived before in London to here, there was NOTHING that meant I didn't want to make the move. I couldn't wait to change area, house...everything but still I felt sad to be saying goodbye to a piece of my life.

    BUT......I am soooooooo glad we did! It was only hard for a short time and then it was LOVELY!!


  4. Thanks Ladies its very exciting but sad that an era of my life is coming to an end. One of my best friends lives in the house directly behind mine ( I call her tink being that she lives at the bottom of my garden) I am going to miss meeting her at the mushrooms :( Ah Katy I dont think you have to be married to live together (Im not Im going to be living in sin tut tut)
    Sarah my mum was the same when she moved away from london she couldnt cope with the lack of buses but she wouldnt go back now in a million years