Chocolate, Chicks and Celebrations

This month heralds Spring, St Georges Day, the Boat Race, the London Marathon and of course Easter. Although it is obviously an important religious festival for many, to others it’s an excuse to buy and eat chocolate in copious amounts. … Continue reading »

Daffodils, dewdrops and dismal days.

Well March has arrived with a change in temperature. This winter has certainly been challenging in many ways, the weather doesn’t seem to be able to decide what it wants to do any more than the government does. Some days … Continue reading »

Talented Flower Arranging for the Chinese New Year

On January 31st 2014 the Chinese New Year 4712 begins.   We leave the year of the Snake and enter the Year of the Horse.  Those born in the year of the horse are said to be cheerful, skillful with money, … Continue reading »