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My April

April was my best month so far. My husband and I had a trip to north Yorkshire and we visited so many wonderful places: The Bingley Arms, Helmsley Castle, Rievaulx Abbey, Ye Olde Starre Inne, York Cold War Bunker, Mount Grace Priory, Royal Armouries Leeds, and Middleham Castle.
In April was Easter and we had a lovely time, on Easter Monday we went to Hebden Bridge to see the duck race.  We ended up didn’t seeing it, but, even so, we enjoyed our day anyway, we got some treats, I bought 2 books and we walked around that beautiful town.
At the end of April is National Stationery Week and I attended Viking Arty Party in Manchester, a fab blogger event, where I got to try lovely activities like Calligraphy. I enjoyed myself a lot and now I’m using more stationery.

01 April

The month finished with my husband, I and Rebecca @ becster.com going to Donington Historic Festival. We all had a wonderful time, I will blog about the Historic Festival in a couple of days.

02 April

Both of us, Rebecca and I, are F1 fans. In fact, this is how I’ve started reading her blog, after seeing a post on F1, around 2-3 years ago. We were delighted to attend the Festival and see all those beautiful cars racing each other.
When my husband and I got home, we, obviously, watched the F1 race that was recorded while we were at Donington. We also had pizza.

03 My April

Another thing I will blog about in a few days or so, is this beautiful minimalist Normann Copenhagen vase. I will talk about it in detail then.

04 April

Don’t miss my (almost) daily updates on Instagram. In April I shared a lot of pictures of food, as I usually do, a couple of pictures of Festus and of the beautiful weather we had most days last month. On 7th I shared another one of my new vases.
This is the second year I’m doing the 365 project. The last two pictures are from Donington, as on Saturday we watched F1 qualifying, so I think was befitting to chose a picture from Sunday.

4 Comment

  1. It sounds a great April! You did many cool things including Calligraphy with Donna!!! I love Calligraphy. My year 6 teacher taught us Calligraphy in a Calligraphy club and I am so grateful for her for giving me this skill so early on!

  2. I missed your post on Helmsley castle and just went back to read. I love Helmsley, my boyfriend lives a few miles away so we always go on a Sunday for a beer in the brewery! Did you explore the village much? It’s very cute.

    Corinne x

    1. The village is so nice, I liked it, even if I didn’t had a chance to explore it properly. I imagine it’s a lovely area to live in.

  3. Sounds like a really busy, but fun April!
    I had a bit of a lazy month if I’m honest, didn’t get up to anywhere near as much as I’d like – but hopefully May will be more eventful!

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