There is something rather free about driving around in a motor home, if you don’t like where you are you can always change your pitch, free is the word that springs to mind!
I would like to thank everyone for their good wishes, some of your emails were set as no reply and therefore I could not answer all of the emails but I do appreciate every single comment.
We purchased this motor home last week so we are just getting used to it, I drove it for the first time on Monday, it was a bit scary but my hubby talked me through it and I managed to drive 5 miles with no issues! Lol….
One thing we noticed, everyone who drives a motor home waves at you!
I am so happy, there is something rather strange about hitting a milestone birthday (55) I suddenly got brave enough to follow my dream of moving to France. We are so excited and love the freedom we have right now.
As you know I am a lover of roses, I simply cannot get enough of them, when we get to our home in France the garden will be filled with Roses! A few months ago I happen to say to my husband that I would love to visit David Austin roses and it just so happened that we were in the area, so hubby took me there, yay!!!
David Austin Roses wins gold medals at The Chelsea Flower Show every year, that is not a surprise to me, once you have David Austin Roses there is no going back, you are simply hooked!
Here are the photos of our first day out, of course we simply had to have tea and cakes in the pretty cafe. I looooove this teaset and the coffee and walnut cake was delicious.
In my next post I will show you inside the motor home and my mini craft room corner!
My heart started to race when I saw this sign!!!
A field full of roses
Please don’t forget my new Breast Cancer Pattern for sale in my Craftsy Store, if you don’t have a Craftsy account you can purchase the pattern below, just click on the donate button. You do not need a paypal account to purchase this way.
The pattern is £2.50.
All proceeds to Breast Cancer Charity.
Until next time, happy stitching!
Best Wishes and Happy Stitching.