My Mum died two years ago today. It is so hard to believe that so much time has passed and still hurts so much. Yet this blog and taking tea with my Mum have been a big help. And now I have an idea of where we are headed.
For my birthday, my husband organised a trip to Brussels, the capital of Europe, for me to see the places where I once lived. We were travelling with a 3 y.o., so things didn’t quite go the way I planned, but we still had our fill.
This is the perfect salad to make for picky eaters and those with allergies. You don’t actually make the salad, just prepare the ingredients and leave it deconstructed for your guests to construct as they wish.
With our DIY art and wire egg crowns ready, it was time to get out the rest of our Easter decorations. Here’s what we came up with.
The second element of my Scandinavian inspired easter decorations is some easy wall art, which is both water colour and geometric. Here’s how you can make your own.
The Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences dinosaur hall is an underrated gem. The exhibit is engaging for dinosaur lovers of any age and the clever juxtaposition of the old and new adds another layer to any visit.