Wow we are really rushing through October! Everyone has been up to some good stuff this month. So please make yourself a nice hot drink and settle down for a read of these lovely blogs. ♡
Apparently BottomlessBrunch is the New Afternoon Tea ! Kellie gives it a try. Yum. 🙂
Theres a Quick and Easy French Toast Recipe on Wonderfully Bookish.
I had no idea that in Scotland Mums To Be recieve a very useful and cute Scottish Baby-Box. Nina shows us whats in hers…
Eunice shares a Missing Pooch Story with a Yappy Ending. 🙂
Christine searches for her favourite Apple varieties at an Apple Festival in the Gorse Hill Nature Reserve.
Fancy a mug of tea and a hike round Rufford Old Hall. Melodie’s blog Tea Bee’s Trips explore’s the English countryside, holidays abroad and her tipple of choice ‘ Tea.’ 🙂
Emma stays at the most perfect little holiday cottage in Bodmin . I really want to book this place !
I love the look of this wonderful journal reviewed on Made by Mi.
And this delicious Ginger and Syrup Sponge on Emily Llou’s blog.
Theres a great little review on the recent H is for Hawk documentary on Only Natural, which I still need to watch.
I really must get round to visiting the Yorkshire Sculpture Park which appears on Down by the Dougie.
Lets end with the cats of Monmartre Cemetery
in Paris, who live and prowl amongst the graves of famous Parisians.
Thanks for reading and hopefully see you soon. 🍁
14 thoughts on “Links & Likes ~ October. ♡”
Oh my word thank you so so much for featuring my recipe! This has completely made my day 🙂
Your welcome. It looks delicious!
Thanks for sharing my blog with your readers. I will have a look at the other lovely blog that you mentioned.
Your Welcome! X
Hi Sharon! Thanks for the mention. Yet again so many new blogs to follow. Thanks for the suggestions! 🙂 xx
Your welcome Christine. 🙂 X
I was glad to read the baby box article. The scheme has been criticised in some quarters so it’s nice to hear that recipients actually appreciate it.
I had never heard of it before. Nice idea . X
Love that last photo. I want to go to Pere Lachaise, cemetery, place of Jim Morrison’s grave. And Oscar Wilde’s. And Chopin’s . . .
I remember you commenting on my post when I went there. Its a fascinating place !
What a great theme for a blog post – and how generous of you. Being a cat lover, I really enjoyed visiting the cats of Paris.
I love that blog. Theres always stories about cats from all round the world. 🙂
So many lovely links, thank you so much!
Glad you like them. Xx