Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Wonderful Wednesday #36

Happy mid-week DEAR ones!  How do i find you all?  Has this week been whizzing and whirring past you like nobody's beeswax or dragging incredibly s-l-o-w-l-y because you have something ever so spectacular to look forward to this weekend?!  

I think you'll find me PERCHED PRETTILY somewhere in the middle.  I feel this week has been a relatively productive one:  lots of things have been completed and crossed off but i have also felt like i would have rather enjoyed an extra two hours on the end of Monday and Tuesday please! I love writing this post.  I have always been a worshipper of the routine….maybe a little too much sometimes (same breakfast for the last week i am looking at you!) and so until this little post was born, my posting was sporadic and when i had the time free.  Whilst that is still largely the case, i like the balance of having a planned post at least once a week.  I also like to be pushed into thinking of the positive things going on in my week so far when i otherwise might not make the time too.  I don't think any of us can hold our hands up and say that we celebrate those things quite enough.  Even if some weeks they are a long list of nonsensical silliness; they are my positive things.  I record them here to inspire you to squeeze in some positivity to power you through until the weekend.  I write them so that you might do the same or even just think about those kinds of things.  And lastly, i write them so that i can capture these special nuggets of loveliness for me, to look back on days when i need them.  We all have those days.  Lets get down to business shall we….

*  The ^above^ pair of super snazzy SWAN PRINT TROUSERS for being just perfect in this crazy kind of extended milder weather we have been having and not complaining about AT all.  Who me?!  Foot-stamping and 'but i want to wear my tartan scarf and it's too damn hot' etc etc aside, these fancy pants have been worn lots on evenings this week.  An old Topshop bargain: perfectly high-waisted and super flattering and easy to pair with a loved grey marl tee, a striped breton (of which there are too many) or a pretty blouse.  Perfect for days where summer dresses quite frankly feel a little wrong but it's a bit warm to crack out the knits just yet….

*  CROISSANTS.  Or more to the point, croissants slathered in salted butter and apricot jam.  Heaven!  It's probably a little bit bad that i have feasted on them on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday but i hate to see food wasted…  Serving them alongside a tiny bowl of muesli with almond milk more then balances out all of that butter though, oui?  However retro croissants seem to me, i couldn't resist them on the wander home on Saturday evening.  Warmed in the oven for mere moments, they have been making my mornings this week and i swear a jolly good brekkie is directly relative to my productive energy…..

*  Ed.  Dear ED SHEERAN who in my opinion can do no wrong.  For making each and every wander to work and back quite delightful and for being the perfect 'amber-y Autumnal' evening bike ride loveliness to tickle my ears.  

*  Feeling SAFE!  Since the nights are fast drawing in (boo!) it means my evening park-shaped route shall soon be no more!  Lately i get home just as the sun sets behind the clouds and so i have been re-thinking my attire.  Last week the Mr bought me a special high-vis sash to wear when i cycled on an evening and this week i got to try it out for the first time.  I felt like a little glow worm, with my lights-a-flashing and my chest glowing luminously.  My sister pointed out that i looked a little like i had been let out on day release…..

*  Stumbling across a brand new bottle of Lush Cosmetics 'KERBSIDE VIOLET' perfume on Ebay and snatching it up so fast at the start of the week.  I am a fussy customer when it comes to fragrance. I hate the idea of smelling like everyone else and i can't stand perfumes that smell artificial.  Lush perfumes are a desired taste.  For me, some of them smell horrid.  Last year somebody bought me a perfume called 'Rose Jam' and i fell in love.  It was a perfect rose fragrance with just the right amount of sweetness.  It was limited edition and i have about two squirts left.  'Kerbside Violet' was released earlier on in the year and i missed out.  The idea of smelling like Palma Violets and soft floral lilac-y violet-ey loveliness has got me so excited.  I hope it lives up to my expectations!

*  A really good SLEEP. when you are younger you don't really appreciate how important sleep is.  Not even just sleep,  good sleep.  My sleep was up and down and quite frankly all over the place last week due to the Mr having the worlds worst cough-come-cold type of something.  I felt a lot listless and generally not as bouncy as usual and flipping exhausted by the end of last week.  The last few days i have had over ten hours sleep each night.  As my mum would say 'you must have needed it.'  You can say that again.  I cannot tell you how much better i have felt this week and how much more i have got done because of it.  

*  Finding quite probably the very BEST chocolate MILKSHAKE of my entire life - no jokes folks. On a lunchtime wander on Monday i had a goosey gander in our local health food shop and stumbled upon 'Chi Chocolate Coconut Milk.'  At £1.79 it was a little more than i would usually pay for a cold drink.  But after reading the pack and how much goodness was packed into that little carton i figured it was worth a shot.  I am usually a strawberry or banana milkshake kinda gal but on Monday i really needed a chocolate-y hit without the heavy chocolate bar feeling you get after over-indulging a little too much on normal chocolate.  Oh my golly gosh if you love your chocolate quite as much as me then please give this stuff a go.  It is delicious!  All creamy, filling but not over-rich and the most perfect amount of dark chocolate flavour without tasting powdery or artificial.  And better still they are 100% natural and made from coconut water and all natural flavourings.  I don't mind telling you that i also might have picked up one on Tuesday and i am fully considering another today…

*  BIRDS:  swooping and loop-ing and just being pretty lovely actually.  I don't know anything about birds, well besides liking listening to their pretty tune as i wake up or fall asleep.  And so i don't know why they seem to choose this time of year to swoop and swish in their hundreds, usually as the sun begins it's descent into tomorrow.  But what i do know is that it's pretty lovely to watch after a few laps of our little park.  They swoop and swish and make the most amazing shapes in the pink-y hued skies and it's just all kinds of magic.  

*  Having a SOMEONE.  I often wonder who i would witter all of the silly things that i do to, if i didn't have the Mr.  I expect i'd store the craziness up inside and save it for when i rang home, spoke to a friend or delighted the lovely folk i work with it.  But i really love having another half, someone to share it with right at that minute.  Even if i am often met with a glance that says my thoughts are a bit odd.  I love it all of the same and i wouldn't change having that feeling for the world.  Sometimes you just realise how lucky you are that someone doesn't mind that kind of thing.  Or is polite enough not to say that they do…
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Well oh WELL what are you grateful for this week so far?  Are you appreciative and yet equally enraged at how warm the weather is?  Do you enjoy watching flocks (!?) of birds swooping in the sky above your head?  Would you like to smell like Palma Violets too..?!  Do let me know, i cannot tell you how much i love to read your comments on these kinds of posts.  We are all a little bit of a nosey parker at heart…Remember you can always tweet me your #wonderfulwednesday .  I am @sallytangle .

Monday, 29 September 2014

Currently #24: Forgotten Loveliness.

(All photos taken from Pinterest HERE)
MONDAY has a tough time.  No matter what it does it's the one day of the week we all greet with a universal 'urgh' the world over.  It follows the weekend:  If you are a nine to fiver - two whole days filled withFUN and frolics and no work whatsoever.  Even though i work in retail and spend most weekends working, i still treat Monday with the same half hearted attitude that the rest of you do.  It's much harder to get motivated somehow; it feels longer than the Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and on Monday, Friday seems a squillion miles away.  So today i thought i'd BANISH your Monday blues with four lovely things that we should all do more of:  four silly little things to make you smile.  Even if you do just one of them, i can be quite sure it shall make the start to your week a lot better.

1.  EAT lunch somewhere different.  If like me, you eat your lunch at the same time, in the same place each and every working day, why not mix it up?  As it's been so mild up in Cumbria, as a mid week treat last week i took a little walk to our cathedral and sat on the wall, swung my legs and ate my lunch.  And do you know what?  It really made me feel better.  The fresh air soothed my busy head, and i took my time to eat, and people watch and then to have a little walk around the older part of our city.  I returned to work feeling like i had, had a little rest and re-charge.  It did me the world of good!

2.  Have a PILLOW FIGHT!  Can you remember how great that used to feel?!  I can't even remember the last time i walloped somebody over the head with a soft pillow but i do remember that doing it when i was younger used to leave me laughing for hours after.  It used to be one of my very favourite things to do when we were little.  Seeing this image brought it all back to me and i am determined to fit one in this week.  Just for the hell of it!  I should probably give the Mr a bit of a warning though as i don't think he'd be best pleased if i just attacked him with a pillow out of the blue!

3.  RELISH the LIGHT.  The Autumn light is the very best:  far richer, deeper, more golden and more lovely than at any other part of the year.  Unless you are like me and willingly take a picture of every beam of beautiful light that you come across, this week i think you should take a moment to just take it in.  If you are lucky enough to take a walk just as the sun is setting at this time of year, well you are sure to be in for a treat.  Or, if you fancy a sunrise meander, i bet that would be equally beautiful.  Over the next few weeks i am planning to get up extra early, fill a flask with hot spicy chai tea and take those two wheels to the park to watch our sun rise.  Maybe when i have next got a few days off together….or have time to squeeze in a little disco nap after….But if you're not quite as mad as a hatter as me, even sipping a warm drink with sunlight dancing on your cheeks is something quite special.  

4.  OPEN the WINDOW more.  Once the summer sun turns to much more of an autumnal glow, it's easy to wrap up inside, close all of the windows and reach for the thermostat on the heating.  Lately i have been quite enjoying bundling up in a soft, light jumper and leaving our attic window as wide as it'll go and tip-tapping away at my little desk with fresh air tickling my cheeks.  We also plan to sleep with the window open at night for as long as possible.  Being bundled up in a huge, soft duvet and feeling a delicious cooler breeze against your cheeks is a lovely feeling.  I think you should try it too.  
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Have the most WONDERFUL  of Monday's lovely faces!  If you try any of the above or love and adore them as much as i do, feel free to share your enthusiasm below! Or share any more ways to perk up the start to your week.  I'd love to know! 

Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Wonderful Wednesday #35

Hello dear and LOVELY beings!  How goes your week so far?!  This week has been filled with productive energy and has been all about completing tasks, seeing things through and for wonky fringes!  Note to self, and to all fringe wearers:  do not attempt to cut your own fringe when you are tired.  It shall only end in a tragedy which leaves you with a fringe far shorter than you intended, that is still primarily wonky AND slightly resemblant of a boiled egg.  Ok maybe thats just me with my pale face English rose-type complexion…  Don't fret, things have been far too productive to let it worry my now very visible eyebrows too much…

*  The BUZZ of a much brisker two-wheeled whizz around the park on Monday evening.  Lately of an evening, the nights are fast drawing in and i am left feeling like i am literally chasing the sun all of the way back home.  There was a distinct change in the air on Monday evenings post-work whizz around our pretty park on those two wheels.  Breathing that much cooler air into my lungs and pedalling so hard has never felt so good.  I love the feeling of whizzing, full speed ahead on those two wheels, it's like nothing else and it brings the deepest of sleeps.  Roll on those icy mornings, i'm ready for you!

*  The ARRIVAL of the most darling electric blue tartan trousers that you ever did see.  So electric blue that for a moment (and only the smallest of moments) i did consider if they were a bit too tartan.  Then i almost scoffed at my stupidity!  As if anything can ever be too tartan!  I also rummaged around and remembered I have the sweetest of electric blue woollen jumpers that actually matches perfectly.  Just imagine the delightful little ensemble when paired with my silver brogues and some natty ankle socks?!  

*  ARCADE FIRE. Namely Arcade Fire and their 'Neon Bible' album.  An album i had clean forgotten ever existed until the joy of a work-ward wander on an Ipod shuffle.  One of the best albums of all time and one of my very favourites, and if you know me well, you'll know how hard it is to break into 'that' list.  Wrap your ears around my very favourite track HERE

*  The delicious SCENT of a day of on and off-shaped showers brought to my nostrils on a rather grey Tuesday.  It's not rained up in Cumbria for a good long while.  I mean we are talking weeks.  This is virtually unheard of round these parts let me tell you.  Whilst it has been the dream and also the very perfect end to a long and good summer; i don't mind telling you that i chose to have a wander in the pouring rain on Tuesdays' lunch hour.  It was perfect.  All heavy, sweet and cool against my skin.  It didn't matter that i returned to work half an hour later with hair twice the size of when i left.  That's what hats are for after all.  Since Tuesday's little drizzle, the air has felt much more distinctly autumnal and i don't mind one little bit.  

*  DREAMING up colder weather breakfast options.  It's no secret that breakfast and i go way, waaay back.  We are the best of friends and if i could eat breakfast for every single meal then i'd be the happiest of bunny's for sure.  On Monday night i fell asleep thinking of all of the exciting breakfasts I was going to make come the cooler mornings.  Who said i wasn't cool?!  They are largely based around porridge with various spiced and rich compotes full of star anise, cinnamon and fresh vanilla.  I have also got a few variations on fruit breads and a couple of new dropped buttermilk scone recipes i want to try out.    Would anyone care to form an orderly queue and act as a breakfast tester?! Imagine if that was a job?! *re-imagines  cv and all of the breakfast eating opportunities…

*  The CHANGE in the air.  No i am not just talking temperature.  There is a distinct shift the way that the air smells once autumn lands. Gone is the sweet scent of damp grass, dewy headily scented flowers and barbecues. Instead there is a hint of coal fire smoke lingering, a deeper muskier scent tickling at my nose and the air is sharper when it hits my lungs after a big deep breath in the morning. It's a little bit lovely.

*  SINGING THIS song.  My favourite song to sing in the world.  Okay well one of them.  Full blast, usually in the shower.  I just need a Wyclef…

*  PEANUT BUTTER.  I would have this in each and every Wonderful Wednesday post if i could. This week has been particularly celebratory of the peanut butter.  I have discovered how delicious it is having one crumpet slathered in sticky apricot jam and the other spread thickly with peanut butter.  It is the perfect balance of sweet and savoury for the morning and has been keeping me going right up until lunch time.  

*  HOT, hot showers followed by the fluffiest of pyjamas.  I feel like this needs no explanation whatsoever.  I cannot wait until it is also acceptable to take a hot water bottle to bed too.  Except, well i don't want to peak too soon.  
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Do tell me WHAT has been making you smile this week so far?  I don't care how silly, teeny tiny or just damn well daft you might think it is, i'd LOVE to know.  What wonderful-ness are you hiding?!? You can drop me a sweet little comment below or give me a tweet with your #wonderfulwednesday  .  I'm @sallytangle .  

Sunday, 21 September 2014

Currently #23 - Four ways to cure 'Hair Complacency.'

(The above images can all be found on Pinterest HERE)
I think i am suffering from something i am going to call 'HAIR COMPLACENCY' and declare it an actual 'thing' too.  If you have been casting your peepers over this little spot for some time you shall be well aware that my hair used to much, much longer:  To my elbows no less.  After spending many years growing it and successfully getting there, i decided i quite fancied having it all chopped OFF.   As you do.  Whilst i still swoon (and pin, pin, PIN) over long hair and prettily coiffured up do's, i don't really regret having my hair short.  What i have noticed is that i am no longer half as adventurous with it as i used to be with my longer tresses.
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Since i EMBRACED wearing hats, and got over the initial 'do i look like there's a garden on my head' worry when it comes to wearing a flower crown, those two things are about as adventurous as it gets now.  As it turns out (and according to the squilllions of short-hair do's filling my 'Hairbear BOARD' on Pinterest, there are a fair few things you can do with a much SHORTER barnet and i am fully intending to start embracing them more often.  This shall be a welcome alternative to my usual routine of get up, tip head upside down, spray dry shampoo, run fingers through hair and plonk on hat.  Here are four of my favourites:  

1.  PARTING my fringe.  This is very 'Alexa' and whilst i can't even hope to channel anything like the queen of indie cool herself, this is a subtle update which really makes a bit of a difference to the face.  It's also quite soft which i like and i can imagine it would be nice on especially messy hair days.  

2.  ADDING in scarves, turbans etc.  I have dabbled in this kind of idea before, i mean i own enough scarves to sink a fleet of ships so i should really get my finger out and weave them in and out of my barnet too.  I love how bohemian this look is too, and again it would be great for hiding greasy roots, and general 'my hair wont go the way i want it to go' days.  I think i am sensing a theme…

3.  NESTLING in pretty clips and ornate combs.  This is one of my very favourites.  I rarely ever tie my hair up anymore for fear of looking like one of those silly people with a ponytail so small that it looks…well plain silly.  But my hair's not actually that short and the way this look is soft, tousled and has bags of texture, the small-ness of the little half-pulled through ponytail works really well.  Plus i love the idea of nestling a jewelled clip or comb on the side for a point of difference or to pair with a much dressier outfit.  

4.  TWISTING and TURNING.  This might not work so well on hair with a fringe such as mine but if i work the split fringe in number one, i may get away with it.  Again i love the texture on this and the way i can imagine it not having to look quite so perfect.  

So there we have it, PROOF that there is hope for styling shorter hair a little differently.  And also proof (if you even need it) that i would far rather stay in bed for another half an hour than spend too long on that messy mop of mine. But even if i do fire a hat on to wander to work, these little variations could quite easily be cobbled together in a fitting room before we open on a morning…
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What do you THINK?  Are you guilty of being a little 'Hair Complacent' or do you mix it up on a day to day basis?  Any tips for someone looking for a little bit of inspiration?

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Wonderful Wednesday #34

Hello and how the flipping HECK do you do?  Gosh doesn't ^THAT^ picture just make you fall even more in love with Autumn?  If it's possible to fall in love anymore that is.  This post is going to be pretty heavy on the Autumn…I am just pre-warning you.  But since when was that ever a bad thing?!?  This week has felt much more productive than last.  Why, i am not quite sure.  I feel as if this week i am just particularly 'ON it' , whatever 'it' might be.  I finished my latest piece for our local magazine last night and whilst i can't really reveal in toooo much depth what i am wittering on about, i found it a little bit CATHARTIC.  When i was little i could never talk about how i felt, so i would always write letters to my nearest and dearest.  Now i'm still a bit useless at it and so sometimes writing helps to fix the niggling worries in my little head.  I am digressing…as per usual.  This weeks Wonderful Wednesday comes at you with bags of energy, piles of positivity and general happiness on embracing one of my very favourite seasons of the year…

*  Golden hour WONDERMENT.  If that's a word..?  It is now.  This milder, sun-filled-come-sort-of-indian-summer we have been enjoying up north has brought about some of the most stunning early evening light.  We were driving back from our weekly food shop last night and i can kept yelping at the Mr (who was driving) to 'quick quick QUICK LOOK AT THE SUN!!' It's a miracle we got home in one piece.  I have been getting a little too excitable about it.

*  Apple COMPOTE.  Who am i kidding, EVERY compote!!  I feel like Autumn is definitely a time for jam and compote and all kinds of preserves.  It seems only natural to feel the urge to squirrel away the seasons' best bits and save them for the shorter darker days of winter ahead.  Soon the best crops of tomatoes, apples and rhubarb will be gone and i have been enjoying imagining concoctions galore.  On Monday evening i made my first apple compote of the season:  the two hugest, knobbliest and bobbliest granny smith apples and a beautiful red and green cox' apple cooked down with nothing but a good sprinkling of golden caster sugar.  It tasted AMAZING, gosh i can't even tell you.  All tart, rich and deliciously autumnal.  This week i have been having it dolloped into yoghurt with vanilla, or just on it's own right out of the jar and ice-y cold.  Once the mornings become cooler i can't wait to stir it into creamy porridge.  Mmmm!

*  Embracing a new 'WAVE.'  Naturally my hair sits in a way that you could only describe as 'straight and flip-ey.'  It really is just downright mischievous.  Lately it feels in desperate need of a good chop and so it is being extra difficult and rebellious.  Instead of fighting the 'flip' i have chosen to embrace it by twisting it in to the sweetest little bedtime bun.  A quick head upside down kind of a shake and a quick fizz of the lifesaver that is dry shampoo and i am good to go.  Well at least i look a bit more intentionally dishevelled!!

*  SUPER siblings!  I am the eldest of three and i have a younger brother and sister.  Like most brothers and sisters, we loved and hated each other in equal measure when we were younger.  Now we have all grown up a little, fled the nest and probably learnt a lot more about ourselves; our bond is stronger than ever.  I feel so lucky to have these two in my life and i love how we all look after and look out for each other.  We are a force to be reckoned with and i am proud to be their big sister…even if i still don't always know better…

*  Leaf CRUNCHING:  a childish, silly but so damned satisfying pleasure i shall never tire of i don't think.  Do you know what's better…?  Riding a bike through leaves.  I rode round and round our little park so much on Monday morning that i sent myself a little dizzy!

*  GOOSEBUMPS.  For (i think) the first proper time since Spring time.  I was sat tip tapping at our little desk with the attic window wiiiide open and the blue sky above and a sweet cup of lady grey to keep my company.  The breeze was much cooler and i very much enjoyed rummaging in the chest under the bed to dig out my very favourite rose pink woollen, oversized cardigan.  

*  Hanging on to the OPEN window for as long as is possible.  Is it just me or does anyone else love the much cooler and distinctly autumnal breeze tickling at their cheeks as they bury themselves under the heaviest, fluffiest of duvets…?  Absolute and complete heaven and a recipe for the soundest sleep you can ever imagine!

*  Wearing my NEWLY silver spray painted brogues anywhere and to everything! Well not really but man alive they go with everything!  I do so love them.  I love to watch my feet sparkle and glitter on my wander to work.  It's the little things people!

*  Discovering a generous number of LUSH BATH BOMBS squirrelled away from Christmas.  Not only does this get me excited for cooler evenings of candle-lit baths, but i have been wrapping my favourite underwear in them and burying them in my underwear draw for safe keeping.  It means i smell beautiful and just like i have had a bath all of the time.  

*  Sweet BABY SPINACH wilted with salty butter and served along side the best scrambled eggs i have ever made and some left over flaked salmon fillet.  It was one of those kinds of lunches i could have quite happily eaten again straight away afterwards.  It was that good!
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What has been making this week more BEARABLE for you my dear and lovely faces?  Are you still sleeping with the window open?  Do you love crunching through leaves just as much as me?  I'd love to know!  Please tell me about the best part of your weeks' below or tweet me with your #wonderfulwednesday .  I'm @sallytangle .  

Have a super duper rest of the week wont you!

Sunday, 14 September 2014

Currently #22 - Some Thoughts on Cycling

 (All photos taken from Pinterest HERE)
I don't mind telling you i HATE exercise. I like moving don't get me wrong.  In fact i can't bear to sit still.  But the thought of any kind of exercise class leaves me running in the opposite direction.  At least it would if i COULD run.  I once tried and damaged my legs so much that i had to get the bus down the road to work each day and go down any kind of stair on my bottom for two whole weeks.  True story!  Turns out you need the correct shoes and a vague idea of how to warm up before you launch yourself head first into running.  

And that's also not my forte:  PATIENCE.  If i want to do something i want to do it yesterday.  It's not something that always works in my favour but it does mean i get stuff done (usually whilst inflicting various kinds of BUMPS and bruises to limbs).  I suppose i am lucky as in most cases (if we exclude walnut whips and chocolate. Oh and coffee or carrot cake) i prefer to eat healthy.  I enjoy my fruit and veg and i'd quite happily exist on nuts, seeds and healthy meats and fish.  But all through my life i have longed to find the right exercise.  I am not naturally slim or toned and i need to move to stay fit and healthy - or at least to feel that way.  I grew up never dieting but always yearning to find and exercise that i loved.   It never came.  Until three years ago i decided to get a bike.  
We had always had bikes growing up but i had never considered it in an EXERCISE sort of a way.  From the moment i rode those two wheels again i was HOOKED.  Something clicked inside and i was away.  Not only can i hop on Willow (that's my bikes name by the way.  She is a mint green Pashley Penny pushbike and as she has become such an important part of my life i had to name her you see) at a moments notice:  no silly stretches, clingy lycra anythings  or shout-y gym instructors.  
Of course i know WILLOW isn't everyone's cup of tea.  I knew when i had decided to get a new bike that i wanted something a little bit girly but not a typical 'bike with a basket pushbike.'  Willow is a Pashley Penny.  Pashley make all of their bikes by hand in Stratford-Upon-Avon and you can view their beautiful two-wheeled wonders HERE.  I liked the fact that she was British.  Her design is actually based upon and 1940's PARABIKE which were used throughout World War Two by British soldiers.  Since she is a road bike, she isn't really accustomed to big hills, rough terrain or going too fast, which suits me just fine - neither am I!  

I WISH that everyone had a bike and i can't understand why more people don't.  After the initial expense, cycling is a free and wonderful way to explore, exercise and adventure.  It's also the very best mood booster and de-stresser!  If i have had a long day, or feel fed up, a little TOOTLE on those two wheels perks me up no end.  I don't know what i'd do without her.  I have had the LOVELIEST summer of two-wheeled adventures and i am a little sad that the evenings are drawing in and soon i wont be able to squeeze in a little adventure after a long day at work!  I am just going to make extra sure that i cycle that bit further on my days off to make up for it!

Do you own a bike? If not have you ever considered getting one?


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