So, it has been a wee bit quiet on this for a while and I am very disappointed I haven’t been able to keep on top of it. Sorry folks!! All for good reason though as Carl and I have just bought our first ever house! And then we get married in two weeks! AHHH! … More It’s oh so quiet . . .
Earlier this month I posted about a Day Out in Durham had by friend Amy and I. Now, I’m the sort of person who flocks to those bright red SALE signs and isn’t shy to root through the bargain rail. Don’t get me wrong I’ve also been known to splash unnecessarily on products. But while … More Bargain Hunting in Durham – Home Decor Edition
I’ve never owned a passport. I know, how have I managed without one?! I was required to go for an interview at Her Majesty’s Passport Office in Durham City, so I got in touch with my good friend Amy and decided we’d make a day of it! We met up in Newcastle’s Central Station and … More A Day Out in Durham
This is going to initially sound like a very whiney post but I promise it is for a reason! Over the past few weeks I have had a right nightmare trying to receive a package from Royal Mail! I ordered a package from Now That’s Charming over on Etsy. I’ll get to her later. To … More Thank you Mr Postman!
Now some of you may have already heard of The Happiness Planner , but those of you who don’t – or want to read more about them – here’s my take. I feel like I tend to put myself almost second to others and concentrate more on their wellbeing rather than my own. Not that … More My Happiness Planner
Why do I have the moniker Marble Sunburst? When I was a little girl my wonderful grandma introduced me to the Anne of Green Gables film trilogy – I have been enthralled ever since. Mini summary Protagonist Anne and her beau Gilbert have what can only be described as a tumultuous relationship to begin with. … More Where ‘Marble Sunburst’ came from…
Just like it says on the tin. Where to start? My name is Rachel, I’m engaged (just under 4 months to go – EEK!) and have the best family and friends around. You would think being an English Language graduate I’d have plenty to say and many ways in which to say it. Leave me … More Where to start?