Monday, 29 July 2013

July: Lately I've been Loving

Here's what I've been loving in July.

Home grown lettuce - simply delicious!


Staying on the gardening theme - this gorgeous gardening caddy hubby bought me for Christmas from The Handpicked Collection - I simply love it - so useful for storing all my gardening bits.



My morning skinny latte in my favourite mug - a great start to the day.



The most delicious jam ever! 




My beautiful Rosslyn Candle Company tea cup candle - I did a mini review on the previous version here although I much prefer the design of this one.



SKINVELOP The Cleanser - simply love this very effective cleanser. Need to stock up on more soon.  See my mini review here.



My beautiful SewLomax make up pouch*. Simply gorgeous.  See my review here.



We had a trip down to North Berwick this month and visited The Lobster Shack which is down by the harbour for some lobster and coley and chips. Delicious!







What have you been loving this month?

*PR sample

20 comments:

  1. I love home grown lettuce and I love your little tidy caddy xx

    Beautyqueenuk

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    1. :) It's one of my favourite pressies x

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  2. Mmm home grown lettuce! I've been loving making crabapple jelly this month, ha! That makes me sound like such an old lady but home grown things are the best! xo
    www.lydiarosexo.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. Good lord that jam sounds amazing...to Marks and Spencers I go!

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  4. Too bad we don't have Marks & Spencers anymore, so sad! Morning café au lait? A must to wake up for me. Love the makeup bag. :)

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    1. awwh shame! Pretty isn't it x

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  5. I would love some of that lettuce for my sandwich this lunch time :) Cherry jam is my favourite so I like the look of the one you featured here

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    1. If it travelled well I'd send you some ;) I'm sure you'd love the jam x

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  6. Home grown lettuce brings back so many memories - my granddad was a gardener by profession and his garden was full to bursting with all sorts of vegetables and soft fruits - he managed to grow a peach from a stone and it flourished. I loved his beetroot so much that I peed purple! Thanks for a lovely selection here Sandra xx

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    1. I get my love of growing from my dad's side of the family. That's amazing re the peach tree. Teehee re beetroot! Thanks Jan x

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  7. Home grown lettuce - very impressive! I have never done anything home grown, I am a complete disaster in the garden! The Lobster Shack looks interesting too. Great post!

    Gedlab.com – A blog for the modern man

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    1. It's one of the easiest things to grow. You could start with herbs ;) It was yummy. Thanks :)

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  8. The lobster made me very hungry! Some lovely picks! :) Xx

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  9. that gardening caddy is awesome :D xx

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    1. Thanks. It's just so handy x

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  10. That jam sounds gorgeous! This month I have been loving the beautiful weather we have been having, hence the reason I have been a bit awol from blogging again! x

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    1. It's simply delicious! Me too x

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