Books ~ I have been a bit rubbish in September about keeping to my challenge of reading one book a month. The nearest I have come to a completed read is dipping into Pamela Keogh’s self help guide What Would Audrey Do? Published in 2008, this is a modern day Self help book inspired by non other than the elegant and talented film Icon ‘Audrey Hepburn’ of course. If you want to live your life according to Audrey just peer into this pretty pink guide full of darling illustrations and think ‘Now what would Audrey do?’. According to the book Audrey loved the colour white, took an hour to dress for a date, let her dogs sit on the sofa ( Yay we have similarities ! ) , tried to swim without getting her hair wet,regularly travelled with 52 suitcases and knew how to rock an LBD. I shall keep on reading. 🙂
On the Box and Box sets ~ I can tell the evenings are drawing in by the amount of telly that i’m now watching! Thursday nights are becoming a fave as I drool over a-hem George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces. The guy is building a floating Beach Hut! Also I love the Beebs comedy hour on BBC2 on Thursdays 9-10pm. Cradle to Grave ( the ups and downs of a family in the 70s) and Boy Meets Girl ( the even more ups and downs of an age gap/transgender romance) are both gently and lol funny. Love them both. And of course Sunday nights wouldn’t be the same without a healthy dose of Downton. I will be sad when it finishes forever. Sob.
I even found another box set to get hooked on.Black Sails is a rip roaring Pirates adventure ( with lots of guts, gore and raunch) and is set in the Golden Age of pirating.The show is a prequel to Treasure Island and features a certain John Silver as well as characters based on real life pirates such as Blackbeard and female Pirate Anne Bonney.Can’t wait for Season Three!
Wellies ~ A day out at Bolton Abbey with friends and kids in leaky wellies ( Booo-hoo) made me realise I needed some new Rain boots pronto.I was Inspired to make a Wellie Wish List that helped me decide which ones to buy. So blogging does help with shopping decisions! If your interested I purchased the Sail boat boots from Brakeburn.
The Tour Came to Town ~ Back at the beginning of September ( seems such a long time ago now) the Tour Of britain cycle race sped through my local town…..twice! Just as exciting as spying Sir Wiggins and co was glimpsing white bicycles on Pendle and having the Castle Keep adorned with even more bicycles. 🙂
All the fun of the Festival ~ And in September I enjoyed the sun , the sea and a Punch and Judy show at Vintage By The Sea in Morecambe and a bit of Yarn bombing at Yarndale wool Festival in the Dales. Here’s a few pictures below.
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16 thoughts on “September Round up.”
Sounds like a fun filled September, love the choice of Wellington Boots 🙂
Thanks Christine. I thought they would look great when I go to Whitby for a week next month. Perfect for walks on the beach. 🙂
Tv: I’m re-watching seasons one and two of The Bridge (the original Swedish version) in time for season three airing next month.
I have already read a book this month so plenty of time to read a few more…..hopefully! I have not seen The Bridge. Will have to look into it.
Wow I love all that crochet bunting! Awesome month and so much sunshine! I might just seek out that pirate series, sounds just up my street! thanks
There was so much crochet bunting there, was pretty amazing!
Looks like a fantastic September to me!! x
Wonderful pics as always!
Sounds like September was andere amazing month! Love the stepping stones picture!
Thanks Bev. Maybe Bolton Abbey could be on your Yorkshire visit list.x
Love your dress on the cycle photo!x
Thanks Nina. I got it from a Next outlet store.x
I’m so jealous you got to go to Yarndale! Hope you had fun!
It was a nice afternoon out. X
I’ve not heard of Vintage By The Sea. It looks like a good day out.