How are you? Hope you are well and enjoying this wonderful weather, although, don’t want to complain but hasn’t it been soooo hot?!
I have had a great couple of weeks since getting back from France. Last week I spent a couple of days with my friend Alexa on the Sussex coast. First time I had visited her new house in Peacehaven, and as well as relaxing at home, we had cocktails and drinks in Brighton which was fun. You can see me in the photo taking in the view from her house, gorgeous isn’t it?
Then this last weekend Debbie, Claire and I spent a couple of days on the Isle of Wight with the Liz Earle team. It was wonderful and felt like a mini holiday. We were treated like royalty by the Liz Earle team and it was a great way to discover more about the brand and its island home. I was so impressed by the green credentials of the way the business is run and it was wonderful to see the famous house that you see in the Liz Earle promo with that gorgeous sea view. We had a wonderful lunch overlooking the sea then were treated to a tour of the flagship store and a facial – we all left the Isle with that famous Liz Earle glow!
In other news – my garden is looking wonderful – look at the begonias outside my bedroom window, its so great to open the shutters to them every morning. I am not the best gardener when it comes to watering or feeding so Richard’s All Season Plant Food, which you pop in and just leave, has been a godsend!! And my Greenbo planter look great too!
Also this Friday sees the launch of the new Sony Xperia Phone / tablet which I have been lucky enough to try out – it’s really cool. It is rather big as a phone, but having said that because it’s such a great phone AS WELL AS a brilliant sized tablet, it may well be that you can just carry one thing instead of 2 so ultimately I can see how useful it will be. It’s fast, great performance and the screen is a sheer delight. You can see me using it in Brighton whilst taking in the evening view of the pier.
Have a great week; do drop me a comment as I reply to them all.
Lots of love,