Last Saturday I took my gran to Lordington Lavender, home of the only known Lavender Farm in West Sussex. They have a few open days once a year and after seeing the event advertised on Facebook, thought it’d be the perfect summer day activity. On the way back down the hill I even got my gran in the back of the very bumpy tractor pulled box, which I don’t think is an experience she’s going to forget in a hurry!
It was Sunday afternoon and I was investigating the cupboards for something sweet to eat. Rather than get out of my pjs and journey to the shops I figured I could probably find some ingredients to make something myself. I had some very important plans (roast dinner) with my mum in an hour so I quickly assembled everything from the cupboards and discovered all the ingredients for my Honey & Raisin Flapjacks.
I noticed my dressing table was looking practically tidy today, so I got a few snaps before the moment passed and I drop foundation all over everything. This is a good example of how I love my dressing table to look: Tidy, but not too clinical. I love to be able to see the things I’m currently using a lot and have them all within easy grabbing distance, but everything else is kept out of sight. I can also be a bit of a hoarder when it comes to paper goods and my dressing room is where most of this ends up living. There are 2 reasons for this, the main one being that it makes the area feel really personal to me and partly because Adam gets annoyed when I start sticking random gift tags I like to the walls in the rest of the apartment.