This post marks my last. 
Earlier in the week my Darling Dolly sadly passed away. 
A huge part of my Sunday was always my chats and meets with Dolly. With this terrible news, Sundays are now not what i know them to be. So i bid this blog farewell. 
R.I.P Dolly, I love and miss you Infinitely x. 


Myself and Monty took to the icy roads in need of much quality time together today. Not venturing too far from home, all we needed was some alone time to clear our heads and motors, before we knew it we were relaxed and recharged once more.
When it was time to return, pumpkin soup and roasted pumpkin seeds were on the menu for evening dinner. Definitely needed one of these Sundays.


We've recently had a small extension attached to our office. Knocking down walls and such is obviously a very messy job, so now all the construction is complete, i turned myself to the task of re-organising our bookshelves. 
The image below is just a section, as you can imagine my whole day became dedicated to this mammoth task. 


The perfect companion to these cold winter Sundays :)


Now usually the thought of working on a Sunday is just gross. 
However when you get to create babe window displays like this one, Sunday working can sometimes be forgiven.  



It has become a tradition over the past 3 years that Bonfire weekend is not complete without gathering at the Leith household for fire works, sparklers, a table full of hearty food and a little drink or two; This year was certainly no exception. Infinite.


This weekend I played host to some very special old friends, Gary Bovill and Helen Marshall. 
We shopped in charity shops, ate delicious food, carved pumpkins, ate delicious food, chilled and watched DVDs, ate delicious food, carved Halloween pumpkins, ate delicious food, caught up with more old friends, ate delicious food, dressed up and partied all night and ate delicious food.


Sunday hangovers can mean only one thing.... Eat delicious food.
I can only hope that it's not another two years before these precious darlings are back in my house!