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This is 100% me! However, this is my last weekend working before I take off on my travels on Thursday! Eeek! 


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These photos are from the start of summer when my sister and I climbed Traprain Law. I’ve lived all my life only about a 10/15 minute drive away from this huge hill and had never walked up it!! 

If I knew it had wild ponies at the top I would of been there every day! We picked such a good, sunny day to walk it for the first time. Saying that, I went back a few days later with my friend in the rain and the view was still lovely! 

The ponies are there to imrpove the quality of the land by gracing all year round. You can find the full story and power of the pony!! In this link here to our local newspaper. I love that they are not only lovely and add to the beauty of Traprain Law but actually help the land also!

Traprain Law, East Lothain – Scotland.

Does anyone else know of hills or mountains that have ponies on them for the land? Or any other any other animals? I love the entire concept! 

Puppies in the Garden

How cute are my puppies?! 😍❤️ some fun in the garden with Bonnie and Clyde yesterday in the sun! 

I haven’t shared some photos of them in a while so I thought I would because the are just the cutest!! 

Bonnies our girl and the cream one and Clydes our boy, the black one. It’s so hard getting a good photo of him as he just all blends unless he has that pink tongue out! 

Fantasy Land

Who’s to say that our world isn’t the right world?! Goodnight 😘🦄🦄

Another Wonderful Wedding

Another weekend passed another wedding… that’s how June and July feels anyway!

This past weekend it was my godmothers wedding and it was honestly the most beautiful, loving and funny wedding I’ve been too! The venue was in North Berwick and the McDonald Marine Hotel and Spa which is a really stunning venue. The sun shined for them during the ceremony and afterward for champagne in the gardens. Picture perfect! The food was delicious and the staff were lovely. In the evening section there was a buffet serving bacon and chips alongside vegan sandwiches and dip (odd combo but it worked!) with a live band and celidih dancing.

It was all so beautiful I thought I would share some photo, I hope you like 😊

Does anyone else’s life seem to be filled with constantly weddings right now? Suppose… Tis the season! 

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So for graduation my parents got me a camera and I have been having a play with it. They got me it for going away on my Mini World Trip (2 weeks today! Woo!) and I have been loving it. Its waterproof, bounce proof and takes a pretty picture.. perfect for someone clumsy like me! So whilst I have been working crazy hours I have been trying to get some time to get use to my new piece of technology, and I feel like I have gotten the hang of it!

So a couple days ago my family and I went on a wee drive and got a chippy for dinner! We went to sit at the Harbour and eat it. It was a really lovely, warm night so we went out the car played Pokemon Go, went Geocaching and played with my camera!

The area we were in, Port Seton, is a special place for us as my great granny lived there all her life so not only did my mum grow up there, we practically did too. So it was great running around the town, we haven’t done it since she passed away.

I hope you like my photos! Remember, I was just practising! I now need to find a photo editor for my macbook, does anyone have any suggestions? I always use my phone and different apps on that so it is unusually to be doing this from my laptop! 

Port Seton, East Lothian – Scotland.


Geocaching life

Have you guys ever heard of geocaching?! If you haven’t Google it and get informed!!

Basically in short if you download the app (I also think you can do it online without the app? But I use the app!) it you gives you your location and your nearest geocaches! We drove and walked all over my county finding different ones! A geo can be anything from a tiny little photo film box (or smaller!) to a Tupperware box. They all have a list in them that you sign after finding them and date them. Some of the bigger boxes have items you can trade, which you can see in my video below! We traded a bracelet for a different bracelet in the box. It also had a pencil sharpener and golf ball in it. 

I started writing this post last week but I’m glad I didn’t post quite yet! When out with my mum and dad my sister and I took them on there first catch! This was quite literally the funniest experince ever!! My dad got grumpy and thought we were winding him up about them as it was a really difficult one to find! And then mum found it so she was over the moan and completely gloating! Hilarious!! 

I’ve looked and places like Dubai where I’m going soon on my mini world trip have some as well! So I’ll defiantly be keep the app and find some when I’m away!

Below are some pictures and videos of how the app works and our finds! There’s one magnetic find which sows you how tiny they can be! And also, one of the boxes with items in it you can trade.


Does anyone geocach? If so where about? And have you done it abroad? My new obsession 🙊

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A place where me and my papa use to always go after our drive to collect shells for my great granny. I’m not taking about a pokect full, we would each have a large tesco bags full by time we went to see her that day! Her front garden was full of shells from so many different beaches and lots of different coloured roses! Pink and yellow espically. Her back garden was the exact same but also had shells displayed in the concrete work! Maybe that’s why I love the beach so much?

A beautiful sunset on a beautiful beach, around a 10 minutes drive from my gran and papas house. There’s a lighthouse you can walk to and lots of lovely areas for picnics and general fun days out.

The White Sands, East Lothian – Scotland.

Did anyone else have a granny obsessed with something, such as shells, like mine?! 

Local Beauties 15 (kind off)

So the reason why this post has that little kind off part is due to me having me already blogged about this place in Local Beauties 4 .. However! This place is amazing and is one of my favourite local beauties so I thought I would share it again.

This time, we took my little sister and walked a different way. It is so nice taking someone to one of your favourite places (so long as they like it… And she did!) because you get to share something special to you. 

It was such a fun night! The 3 of us climbed rocks, skipped stones and of course clumbsy me fell climbing up a muddy hill right onto my boyfriend who then crashed, with me, on to a tree! With my little sister laughing at us at the bottom. So now my favourite place also has some new, hilarious memories! I hope you all like my photos from here as much as you did the first time 😊

Cockburnspath, Scottish Borders – Scotland✨

None of these photos are edited and just taken on my iPhone 6s 😊

Does anyone else have a favourite place like this? Have you shared it with anyone or do you keep it a secret? 

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