Stonehenge, stormy weather and reasons to celebrate!


It’s raining! Not normally something I’d be shouting about, but by crikey my lawn needs it. Mind you, I’m praying it’ll be gone by tomorrow; I’m not ready for the summer to be over just yet 🙂

Thank you SO much for all the hilarious caption suggestions you sent me for the two photographs I put in last week’s blog. I have been literally laughing out loud reading them. I actually woke Colin up at 2am with my cackling, after I got back from our ‘Christmas in July’ launch, and found a few new ones on my iPad – thank you!

Because they were ALL so funny, I decided it would be fairer to do a draw for a winner. I put your names in a hat and am delighted to say that I’ll be sending a large jar Pink Sands Yankee Candle to Fiona Carne. Congratulations Fiona, I’ll ask my copy editor to get in touch with you so I can get it posted. I hope you enjoy the fabulous fragrance – all 150 hours of it! 🙂

I was in Dorset for a whirlwind visit to see Roz and Chris last week, before their holiday in Ireland. I had a great drive down there, with barely any traffic, but there was a short hold-up on the way home when a rather large coach tried to reverse out of the road by Stonehenge. Mind you it afforded me a great photo opportunity while we were stationary. Have you ever been to Stonehenge? Did you take the audio tour where you’re given umpteen suggestions as to the history behind this amazing prehistoric monument, yet no answers?! Yes, we did too! So frustrating! That said, it’s well worth a visit even if you do end up creating your own theory.

I visited a few of the girls from the village I used to live in on Saturday, and had a great evening catching up. Having stayed overnight, we all decided on a six mile walk around the village the following morning, where I saw plenty of evidence of this incredibly hot and dry summer we’re having. I found these beautiful blue flowers in one of the fields too, and although they look very like a pink plant that grows here in Berkshire I can’t for the life of me remember their name. I’m certain my mum will know but if you have any ideas, please do add them in the comments box at the bottom of the blog.

Colin’s 97-year-old mum came for lunch on Sunday and although it was cloudy and very humid that day, she was more than happy to sit outside. I made sure she had some Ultrasun on, and then Colin found her one of his hats and I lent her my sunglasses! Cheers Kathleen! I can’t imagine I’d look this good or even if I’ll make it to 97!

We had a lovely day with Lucy and Honey – the hottest day of the year so far – and so it was a huge relief to be able to spend most of it submerged in cool water. Honey loved the little boat, and I was more than happy to pull her about in it while Lucy relaxed in the shade. We’d made sure Honey was covered from head to toe with Ultrasun’s new 50+ protection for sensitive skins, and although she was in the pool for the most part she didn’t burn at all! An excellent product.

Talking of which, we have some excellent products coming up over the next few weeks, and some surprises too. DuJour is one of our newest fashion labels and as well as a beautiful maxi dress that takes centre stage as our TSV on Wednesday, this range has playsuits, crushed velvet leggings, a fabulous culotte-style jumpsuit and an off the shoulder printed midi dress! Incredible prices and very well made.

Kim Mendelson, who heads up her own company Kim & Co., is back on Thursday morning too with her deliciously soft brushed Venechia fabric in a hi-lo hem tunic. And if you’re into our fashion, keep your eyes peeled for Michele Hope, Cuddl Duds and Peter Kaiser as they will all be making an appearance over the next week.

My obsession with the moon continues, although I was more than a little disappointed not to see the blood moon on Friday. A big thank you to Chris Auchterlonie though who messaged me this beautiful photograph of it in Sharm El Sheikh – just incredible.

I was rather pleased with my somewhat yellow version of the same moon with just a few clouds obscuring it. Oh, and have a look at these clouds!

It was the stripey bit I was trying to capture and it turns out it has a name all its own – Cirrostratus. Sounds like a character from a Harry Potter novel!

I’ll sign off now, and will look forward to hearing from you. I can’t believe it’ll be August when I write to you again. Keep in touch here, on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook and I’ll always get back to you.

With my love,

Ali xx


  1. Eileen July 30, 2018 at 3:37 pm -  Reply

    Great pictures Ali yes been to Stonehenge a few years ok wasn’t that impressed lol, we are doing a road trip in September the lone star they call it i starting of at dDallas Fort Worth San Antonio Houston Austin ending atNew Orleans have you been to
    Any of these places ? Take care Eileen x

    • Alison Keenan August 8, 2018 at 6:35 pm -  Reply

      Hi there Eileen, glad you enjoyed the pictures, and they brought back memories 🙂 I’m sure you will really enjoy your road trip, and yes we did indeed visit Houston and stayed with our friends Martin and Gae-Lynn who live just outside Austin. Austin is where she was born and brought up and has some great little shops and tea rooms there. Oh and brilliant place that sells flavoured oils and vinegars. I would LOVE to go to New Orleans, so please do write and let me know how the trip goes and what you thought of it all particularly New Orleans! Enjoy, and thanks for writing to me, love Ali x

  2. Flower fairy July 30, 2018 at 5:59 pm -  Reply

    Chicory perhaps

    • Alison Keenan August 8, 2018 at 6:36 pm -  Reply

      Mmm, not sure, but I’m seeing mum tomorrow so I’ll ask her. Thanks Flower Fairy 🙂 X

  3. Karen B July 31, 2018 at 6:38 am -  Reply

    Hi Alison, lovely blog as ever. Just wanted to say how lovely your new hair do looks. It really suits you. Also loved your special Diamonique shows the last two nights. I was going to sit on my hands – haha, couldn’t resist!! Ordered the beautiful swan pendant in rose gold and the stunning three stone drop earrings. Cant wait to receive them.

    • Alison Keenan August 8, 2018 at 6:38 pm -  Reply

      Dear Karen, thanks so much for the compliment – I must admit I am finding it much easier to dry and style, and have just had the colour refreshed too! So glad to know that you got the swan pendant in rose while we still had the stock. I wish I’d got the three stone earrings too! I’ll miss my Tuesday shows, but will look forward to bringing them back to you in the autumn. Take care, Love Ali xx

  4. Joanna Downey July 31, 2018 at 8:04 am -  Reply

    Morning Ali, Like you I don’t want the summer to be over but I’ve been delighted to have the rain because even though the grass will recover the plants in our garden have really suffered & even though I’ve watered every evening I think I’ll have lost 20% of them. After all the hype it was really disappointing to have cloud obscure the Blood Moon, all those weeks of cloudless skies & then a blanket, Chris A’s photo is wonderful & thank you both for sharing. I hope the night skies are clear in a couple of weeks time when the Perseid meteor shower appears, I’m happy to have a few nights disturbed sleep to see these natural fireworks & Colin will be away climbing in the Balkans so he should have a clear view with very little light pollution to spoil the sky. I think the plant you found is Chicory, I once had a Laura Ashley skirt that was the same beautiful shade of blue & I wore it into oblivion. Honey looks very happy in her dinghy as does Colin’s mum with her glass of red, both photos sum up what a good life’s all about especially on a sunny day. It feels quite odd after years of cramming the six week holiday with lots of activities to be as lazy as I am this year with my minor decorating projects on hold as it’s been too hot & my main activity ‘wearing in’ my new pairs of toe posts & sandals for our holiday. I saw the launch of the Du Jour TSV, the colours suited you perfectly & you looked lovely, by the time I got my act together my size had gone… Love from Jo x

    • Alison Keenan August 8, 2018 at 6:45 pm -  Reply

      Hi there Jo, completely in agreement with you about the Blood Moon. You think they’d check out the forecast before they start the hype! Ooh I didn’t know about the meteor shower – I’ll google it and see what I can see on the night. Will your Colin take a camera with him? It would be lovely if he can get a good picture for us! Yes, I too was very grateful to Chris for sharing 🙂 You’re not the first to suggest the flower is chicory – and having googled it I think you and Flower Fairy are correct! Which means the pink flowers I’ve mistaken them for must be something altogether different – the mystery continues. You saying about your Laura Ashley skirt in the same blue reminded me of a blue dress with pockets and a belt that I had when I was seven, and I wore when my dad took us out on a rowing boat in Bushey Park. He soaked me! 🙂 Forgive me, but I can’t remember when you’re going away or where to, but glad that you’ve had suitable weather to wear your toe post sandals. Yes, the Du Jour dress was lovely, but sold so quickly it had gone by midday! I’ll keep you posted incase there’s something similar on the horizon. Take care, and continue enjoying your retirement. What a corking summer to relax in 🙂 Love, Ali xx

  5. Josephine Lynne Jennings July 31, 2018 at 11:23 am -  Reply

    Hello Alison love your photos, Honey looks a delightful .

    • Alison Keenan August 8, 2018 at 6:46 pm -  Reply

      Hello there Josephine, and thanks for your kind words. Honey is an absolute delight, and was in her element this last weekend when we had all the family together. Good times. lovely to hear from you, Ali xx

  6. Christine July 31, 2018 at 12:48 pm -  Reply

    Hi it has been great summer just love looking at the moon. Garden has been needing the rain. My husband David got all clear cancer unit thank god. His mother is 95 just had new hip down. The photos are lovely.
    Take Christine x

    • Alison Keenan August 8, 2018 at 6:47 pm -  Reply

      Well Christine, let’s hope it’s not over yet. My sister told me that we have until October before the good weather ends. Fingers crossed! Congratulations to your mum – 95 and with a new hip. Fabulous! I’m glad you enjoyed the photos, and thank you for getting in touch, love Ali x

    • Alison Keenan August 8, 2018 at 6:52 pm -  Reply

      Christine, for some reason my line congratulating you and your husband David for his all clear deleted itself! I am so relieved for your both! Fantastic news. Ali x

  7. Elizabeth Keenan July 31, 2018 at 3:49 pm -  Reply

    Hiya Alison
    That’s some picture of the blood moon, it’s always the same here always cloudy and you see nothing at all. Woo Kathleen looks amazing. Honey enjoying herself she is gorgeous .
    Nice blog as usual.
    Take care
    Much love
    Elizabeth ❤️

    • Alison Keenan August 8, 2018 at 6:49 pm -  Reply

      Dear Elizabeth, it is a cracking picture isn’t it! Reminds me of the super moon I saw over Swindon last year – not quite such a romantic setting, but impressive nonetheless! Kathleen IS amazing and it’s wonderful to have her here with us. Off to see my mum tomorrow – another Kathleen, but 12 years younger! Honey keeps us all young – so glad you enjoyed the blog and thanks for keeping in touch, love Ali x

  8. Antoinette July 31, 2018 at 5:21 pm -  Reply

    Hi Allison, always a joy to read your blogs. You are a really sunshine lady. God bless you and your lovely family. Love Antoinette.

    • Alison Keenan August 8, 2018 at 6:49 pm -  Reply

      Hi there Antoinette – I think your name is beautiful! So glad you enjoy the blogs, and I truly appreciate your kind words. Please do keep in touch, love Ali x

  9. martin forbes July 31, 2018 at 6:09 pm -  Reply

    Hi alison as we say in aberdeen fit like which means how are you hope your family are well iam not ba your granddaughter is growing tall she must be 2 years old .

    • Alison Keenan August 8, 2018 at 6:51 pm -  Reply

      Hi there Martin, we’re all very well thank you and enjoying the summer, particularly because we’re getting to see so much more of each other! Honey is definitely growing this summer, and she was actually three years old in May! She starts nursery school in September. I am glad you are well, and I hope you’re getting a chance to enjoy the summer too. Love Ali xx

  10. Teresa Karasavvas July 31, 2018 at 6:28 pm -  Reply

    Hi Ali

    I am glad the competition suggestions made you laugh out load. Congratulations to the winner which was a very fair way of doing it (although you said I was in the running!).

    Love your new hairstyle – it makes you look 10 years younger!

    Take care.

    • Alison Keenan August 8, 2018 at 6:54 pm -  Reply

      You most definitely were in the running Teresa – your sense of humour is very much mine! 🙂 Thanks so much for the compliment re the hairstyle. So much easier for me to do, and I’ve just had to colour refreshed too, so feeling a lot lighter! I do hope all is well with you and yours, and thanks for writing, love Ali x

  11. Debz August 1, 2018 at 9:36 am -  Reply

    Hi Ali

    This hot weather has been quite something hasn’t it? I’ve found it a bit oppressive at times. We have a small, south facing garden off the lounge so all afternoon and evening, we’ve been unable to escape the heat. We have French doors but can’t open them wide as we need to keep our cats in and next door’s cats out! Nightmare!

    Talking of cats, my two have been struggling. Lily doesn’t like the heat at all and keeps looking at me with such an indignant expression as if this hot weather is all my fault! Harry just lies behind the TV til it cools down. I thought he was balmy until someone told me that cats always find the coolest place to lie, usually where two outside walls meet as the heat is less there apparently. Well, behind out TV is the only place where two outside walls meet, so maybe Harry is a clever boy after all!

    Colin’s mom looked stunning in her hat and sunglasses! Very cool! I hope I get to that age looking that good! Honey looked in her element being pulled around in her little boat!

    I must say, I am enjoying this cooler weather as I can catch up on my housework! Hope we’ve not seen the last of the sun though as it does make people smile more.

    Have a good week!

    Debz, Harry and Lily. XXX

    • Alison Keenan August 8, 2018 at 6:58 pm -  Reply

      Hi there Debz Harry and Lily! Good to hear from you, and I completely understand how the heat has become a little too much for some of us. Maybe you could shift the furniture around in the sitting so you could have the couch on the wall were both outside walls meet? You’d all be cooler then! 🙂 South facing is always a strong selling point with houses, but then we weren’t expecting this kind of heat eh??! Colin’s mum is game for most things, and as you say, here’s hoping we’re all that sprightly if we reach that age. I’ve been doing my housework in the early morning or late evening. Great for drying the washing though, and sheets take hardly any time to iron when they’ve been on the line. You’re right about people smiling more in the sunshine – although it was a tad oppressive in London when I was there last week. You take care, and thanks for keeping in touch, love Ali x

  12. Loraine Plumb August 2, 2018 at 7:05 am -  Reply

    Hi Alison so glad you are enjoying the good weather with honey and like I said in my tweet your hair is lovely I have the same style hadcit for ages sometimes I let it get a little longer but then get fed up with it the only down side with he style is it loses the shape quite quickly but easy to manage don’t you think ? Les and I took Willa to longdown dairy farm near Southampton last Saturday she held a chick and guinea pig and fed the goats me thoroughly enjoyed her day as did we albeit we were tired at the end of the day getting old which leads me on to Colin’s mum she looks much younger than her years amazing .Les and I are looking forward to a few days away in bath later this month and then two weeks later is when we go to Rome, next year will be our son’s wedding so better get saving for that probably will be the autumn time. Have you got any holiday plans he weather is exceptionally hot in Europe at the moment isn’t it don’t think I would like that I remember being in Lanzarote years ago and the beach was deserted and the local children buried themselves in the sand to cool down we luckily went on a trip to the fire mountain much fresher air and and back to more normal temperatures when we returned. Oh well off to work now take care love Loraine xx

    • Alison Keenan August 8, 2018 at 7:03 pm -  Reply

      Dear Loraine, thanks for the tweet about my hair. Nice to know we have the same style – yes I think I’ll have to have it trimmed every four to five weeks to keep the shape, and I’ve just had the colour re done, so it’s looking much better. Your day with Les and Willa sounds delightful, and it’s so good now that I have a mental picture of you all! Honey loves the petting farms too – rabbits and guinea pigs are her favourites, and I had some really cute photos. it is tiring though I agree – I don’t know where I found my energy from to bring three of them up and work too! I am sure you’ll have a lovely time in Bath having been there just last year, and as I’ve mentioned before Rome is just fabulous! We are actually heading to Crete for a week at the beginning of September, and I too am hoping it’s not quite as hot as it has been out there. Fire Mountain sounds incredible. I think the hottest place we’ve ever visited was northern Cyprus in August. Nearly 50 degrees and so humid. Even the sea was warm! I hope work went well, and that I hear from you again, love Ali x

  13. Tricia Coulson Wood August 2, 2018 at 8:49 am -  Reply

    Hi Ali, lovely to hear that I may have helped to prompt you to carry on with your book..Your so busy I bet you have a pad and pencil next to the bed to jot down middle of the night thoughts?.
    Your photo of Sam coping so well with his trauma has helped me to stop feeling sorry for myself..Its been so easy for me to decend into thinking about what purpose do I contribute now that I am unable to walk unaided…Seeing a young man getting on with his life gives those of us who find themselves suddenly having to adjust to a different way of life helps boost us to think ‘lets get up and get on with it..’.He has your grit and determination ..
    I know its been a hard journey for him for you and all his family..
    I decided to accept my new way of living…..As a symbol I suddenly decided to buy myself a Michelle Mone dress ring, its a central diamonique with a circle of small stones surrounding it to symbolise my family of supporters around me..
    I love your photographs of the moon, I live alongside the river Ouse just outside York…At times we get a fabulous view of the moon, ..if I can I will attempt to take one of the best shots…
    Its been a lovely summer weather wise , living alongside the river Ouse which is a tidal river has its advantages as there always seems to be a gentle cool breeze no matter how hot it gets.
    (Winters are freezing).But Seeing you and Bee in the pool looked so lovely, your a fab nana…your such a great match…
    My daughters adopted children are a tonic, especially when my daughter tells me that they can’t wait to see me,I feel just the same about them..We can recommend adoption to everyone..
    Love to all, Tricia .

    • Alison Keenan August 8, 2018 at 7:12 pm -  Reply

      Dear Tricia, I think it takes immense courage for you to have had to accept the changes in your life, and I can’t imagine any of us would have felt any less upset or dejected at the though of not being able to walk unaided any more. Sam’s situation was different, but as you say, it took huge determination to learn to walk again and accept that after the amputation, this was his life from that point on. You sound to me as though you’ve turned the proverbial corner, and to celebrate the acceptance of your situation by treating yourself to a beautiful piece of jewellery to symbolise your support network is wonderful. You should be proud of yourself.

      I remember visiting York in the 1980’s when I was first married. It was beautiful, and we stayed in lovely B & B. I don’t exactly remember the River Ouse, but how lovely to have had a cool breeze even on the hottest of days.
      I’m so glad that you too have a close relationship with your grandchildren. Adoption is a wonderful thing and if I couldn’t have had my own children, I’d like to think it’s something I would have done. I love Honey as if she were my own, and am so grateful to Lucy for giving me as much time with her as I do have. You take care and thanks for writing to me, Love Ali xx

  14. Mandy August 3, 2018 at 7:31 pm -  Reply

    Hi Ali! Thanks so much for your lovely reply which I read on my balcony on holiday. It was just like having a letter from home. Skiathos was fantastic- we enjoyed boat trips, lovely beaches, fantastic food & even watched Mamma Mia in an open air cinema! (on paper I should love it as I grew up listening to Abba & love Greece but wasn’t keen first time I saw it!) Watching it in Greece though was hilarious with people singing & dancing so I might just go & see the sequel lol. We did see some beautiful sunsets but didn’t see a blood moon this time so loved the photo on your blog. I did think of you on my hols as I took my Diamonique pieces with me, I ordered the thin band eternity ring that is like a thinner version of your wedding ring. My fingers swell terribly on holiday so took that instead & it looked fab. Love your new hairdo- very chic & I imagine you are much cooler under the studio lights. Great to see you splashing around with little Honey although she is growing by the minute! When I saw the photo of Colin’s Mum I did chuckle as it reminded me of Dallas. She looks just like a Ewing on the Southfork ranch ha ha. I am gutted you won’t be doing anymore Diamonique shows but hope you will be in the future.
    Have a great week Ali

    Love & Hugs

    Mandy xx

    • Alison Keenan August 8, 2018 at 7:15 pm -  Reply

      Ha Ha Ha – Mandy, I will make sure I tell Kathleen next time I see her that you thought she looked like one of the Ewing family out of Southfork! I bet she used to watch it all those years ago 🙂 You’re very welcome to my reply – I so enjoy catching with you here on the blog, and am delighted that you enjoyed your holiday so much. Glad also that you took your Diamonique jewellery too. It’s only a temporary break from the Diamonique shows and I’ll be back with them in October with lots of gift ideas as we head towards Christmas – can you believe it!!!! Take care and do keep in touch, love Ali x

    • Alison Keenan August 13, 2018 at 7:21 pm -  Reply

      Dear Mandy, I’m so glad you enjoyed your holiday and the island of Skiathos. I think I mentioned it was 1979 when I last visited there, but I still remember the beautiful clear water and the stunning scenery. How fabulous for you to see Mama Mia outdoors – let me know if you see the sequel. I haven’t yet, but have heard great things 🙂 So glad that you were able to wear your Diamonique while you were away – so much safer than taking the real thing. And please don’t worry, it’s just a short break from the Diamonique shows – infact Charlie and I’ll be starting off our Diamonique Day on Monday the 3rd September, and then Charlie and I will be with you on Tuesday the 4th for the finale! Exciting times 🙂 I passed your comment about Colin’s mum on, and he thought it was priceless! I’ll make sure I tell Kathleen next time I see her. I hope you’ve had a good week, and thanks as always for writing to me, love Ali xx

  15. Christine Auchterlonie August 11, 2018 at 8:30 pm -  Reply

    Hi Ali …yet another interesting blog…loving the pic of you and Honey in the pool…the weather has been lovely but ain’t any good for us with lawns etc…but can’t complain ! Colin’s Mum is marvellous for her years and enjoying the sunny weather ….we have had some lovely skies with amazing colours ….but alas I have noticed the nights are closing in a wee bit ….I hope everything is well with you and yours….Fiona passed her exam and is now able to teach swimming …she has been down at the coast with Swim Safe during the holidays teaching children the dangers of the water and sometimes they have had between 60 -90 kids a day she’s loved every minute! She fits this in with her full time job …bless …Jessica and Fiona went to the Farne islands to swim with the seals…the pictures were amazing….Simon and the girls took me to Whitley Bay to the newly opened Spanish City…wow…very nice…we had a lovely afternoon tea..I used to live in Whitley Bay so I was delighted to once again visit the Spanish City…..I’m loving the fashion shows some great bargains and great prices…and some lovely colour ways..I was in Newcastle with my friend on Thursday and the autumn fashions are coming through ….look forward to your next chapter on the blog but I hope life is being good to you …and I’m liking your hairdo…love Chris x

    • Alison Keenan August 13, 2018 at 7:25 pm -  Reply

      Hi there Chris, great news about Fiona – she must be delighted to have passed her exams so that she can now teach swimming. I don’t know how she fits this in with her day job but I take my hat off to her! Swimming with the seals sounds pretty amazing too – so glad that Jessica and Fiona were able to show you their photos. I’m loving the sound of Whitley Bay’s Spanish City – I think this is definitely somewhere for Colin and I to spend a weekend. So glad you’re enjoying our fashion shows – the styling has been fantastic on so many shows too. Thanks for the compliment about my hair – very much easier to keep but due for a trim already! You take care, love Ali x

  16. Linda Finch August 11, 2018 at 8:57 pm -  Reply

    Hi Ali having problems with my tablet again, I have sent you a blog but like last time it isn’t doing anything, will keep trying don’t want you to think I’m ignoring you .Love Linda F xx

    • Alison Keenan August 13, 2018 at 7:26 pm -  Reply

      Dear Linda I am so sorry you’re having trouble posting to the blog – I’ve got this comment so maybe the other one will turn up! Thanks for perservering – its very much appreciated. Love Ali xx

  17. Chris Auchterlonie August 12, 2018 at 7:43 am -  Reply

    Hi Ali…this is the second time I have tried to reply to your blog….if this doesn’t post I just don’t know what’s wrong ….love to get all your news and doesn’t Colin’s mum look great for her years ! And I love the picture of you and Honey in the pool ….the weather has been exceptional!even here in the north east really warm….ain’t too good for the lawn though looking very sorry for itself ….hope all is well with you and yours…..keeping my fingers crossed this is going to get to you ……love Chris x

    • Alison Keenan August 13, 2018 at 7:27 pm -  Reply

      Chris you’ve succeeded – TWICE! Bless you – I understand your frustration, and I too have had problems getting mine to send too, but I think the system is being looked into and it should all be running tickety boo! So glad you’ve had the warm weather in the North East too – I know sometimes we have the best of it in the south, so good to know it’s been shared. love Ali x

  18. Irene Delamere August 12, 2018 at 11:48 pm -  Reply

    Enjoyed reading your blog
    I cdnt see the
    Blood moon either was too cloudy so thanks for fab photo of it

    • Alison Keenan August 13, 2018 at 7:29 pm -  Reply

      Hi there Irene, so glad you enjoyed the blog – another new one heading your way in the next few days. Yes the clouds caused a problem for us in the UK, but it’s good to know that in some parts of the world it was seen. Quite amazine. Take care, love Ali xx

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