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Layered lives

Our flat is the bottom two floors of a four-storey Victorian terraced house. It’s one of a dozen near-identical houses in a row, punctuated by an ugly red-brick council estate at one end and a semi-detached pair at the other. 1,981 more words

About me...

My name is Kris and I’m a 37 year old first time blogger! I pretty much love everything in life and my only goal is to be happy! 162 more words


Coming to terms with emigrating to another Continent

Hardest. Decision. Of. My. Life.

Surely it shouldn’t be, I’m moving to be with my soul mate?  It did nearly break us.  In the ‘early’ days, we know someone would have to give up everything they’ve ever known and make the 4000 mile journey across the pond.   777 more words


Sweater Weather

Autumn is the season that speaks most fluently the charm and wonder this beautiful country holds. The golden sky and flocks of geese, fallen leaves scattered around the lake front, jack-o-lanterns hanging on every porch. 195 more words



The most beautiful day of the week. Coffee, pancakes, sunshine and strolls. Two little fairies catching angel wishes as the sun beats down on them. Visiting busy diners for freshly squeezed orange juice, eggs sunny side up, streaky bacon, maple syrup and messy tables. 112 more words


August Update

We have our favourite places we go. Along the lake, the beach, a traditional ice cream shop we stumbled across. Historical towns, marinas, the falls. Yet we’ve still hardly even touched the surface here in Canada. 257 more words


Home and home again

Written from flight DY2856, London Gatwick to Stockholm Arlanda, 10/08/15

The first time I touched down in the UK as a visitor from Sweden, in December 2014, I wanted to kiss the tarmac at Heathrow. 263 more words