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Hey everyone,

Happy March! Spring is nearly here but I’m feeling like is because we’ve had lots of sunshine! It makes everyone feel so much better. I love seeing the spring flowers poking their little heads out, ready to show their colour. I’m thankful it’s a sign that winter is nearly out the way. 

I went for a little stroll around Charlecote Park. I absolutely love it there. I’ve posted about it before so I won’t repeat myself again. It’s grand Victorian house and beautiful land with roaming deer. I find them so tranquil and peaceful. I also feel immensely calm when I watch them. I can’t believe I was so close to them this time as well. I had to get a selfie! 

Make Spring count for you, it’s the start of all things new. I’m going to make more time to see things, visit places, do something different. Watch this space! 

Big love xxx


“From that moment on, the world was hers for the reading. She would never be lonely again.”

4 thoughts on “Spring! 

  1. Happy spring to you too! We have a lot of deer in our neighborhood but we almost never see the males with antlers. So dramatic! I’m always amazed at how close they let us get to them. You can walk right by and they look right at you and they seem to know something g we don’t know! Are those white animals also deer?


    1. Happy spring!!! Aww how lovely. I really adore them! Some had one antler but they are pretty much left to roam so they are quite happy. They are so sweet but can be quite timid. Yeah the white ones were deer too. Sorry it’s not so clear, I didn’t want to disturb them by getting any closer xx

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