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June 5, 2014

April Everyday InstagramLife has been crazy lately. I’m pretty gutted really at how little I managed to blog last month! I have a couple recipe posts planned out of some of our favourite meals and a few adventure posts, but I just haven’t had the time to actually get round to doing anything haha! So hopefully I’ll be a little better at it this month!
IMG_5905 copyWe mostly just spent loads of time in the garden last month (which included harvesting my very first radish) – I just love being outdoors. As soon as the sun is shining outside thats me. So content! I was actually looking at buying a little summer house so I can just sit outside in the garden even when it’s raining and just read my kindle or blog. I seriously wish we had American style porches like this – I would be in my element!
How to create the perfect cheeseboard Red Onion & Chive Bagel RecipeSo last month IĀ  shared my ‘perfect’ cheeseboard post. It’s no secret that me and Shane (Shane particularly) love cheese! I also cooked bagels for the first time ever one Sunday afternoon, experimenting with a red onion and chive flavour and they were so good!
Wells-Next-The-Sea Beach Huts Lenny the chickenOther than that, we took a little day trip to the beach(/almost desert) at Wells-Next-The-Sea which was nice and I shared some random photos that have been collecting on my laptop, including some of our sweet little bantams – Lenny and Bella!

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    June 9, 2014 at 7:45 am

    Such beautiful photos lovely! The cat is the cutest!

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    rachel banek
    June 9, 2014 at 7:48 am

    LOVE this!! Such awesome photos!


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    Nikki | The Ginger Diaries
    June 22, 2014 at 7:37 pm

    If I’m evry lucky enough to build my own home, I think I NEED an American style porch. I won’t do it if I can’t have one, haha. Luckily, Kenneth wants one too ^_^ I think I read on Instagram that you didn’t like your first radish, haha. Hopefully the others from the harvest were better šŸ™‚ They can be quite bitter sometimes (specially around the top where the leaves grow or when they’re harvested too late), but I love them! I usually work them into a salad with avocado and other yummy things šŸ˜€ xo

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      June 22, 2014 at 9:29 pm

      It’s such a shame that houses in the UK aren’t built like that. I’d love one with a swing and curtains and plants everywhere haha!
      I think it may be the variety of the radish that I bought, because the others that I pulled a couple weeks later still weren’t that good. I’ll try again next year with a better variety šŸ™‚

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