Hey folks, apologies for the slight lack of blogging recently, I have been a busy bee organising my ...life I guess. I am not sure if many of you know but since Christmas I have been looking into support teaching in schools which includes sorting out the right course for me as well as a volunteer placement. After 3 gruelling months things are starting to fall into place with the best part being I now have two volunteer placements! This is very exciting news for both me and my family with happy thoughts of hopefully getting into one of my dream careers in the not too distant future.
But onto other news, here is a very delayed blog post on mine and Ben's trip to Tyntesfield - a Victorian Gothic Revival House on the way towards Bristol. I have been itching to make this long awaited visit and it did not disappoint. From the outside in my words, it does look a bit hicaldy picaldy but this is down to lots of building on/taking parts down throughout the years as well as a heck of a lot of restoration. I will also add that this is something that is still going on with many hidden secrets hence the lack of inside photos. Many of the curtains were drawn to prevent any fading which made photographing particular rooms pretty darn difficult. Despite this it was a very spectacular house with a lot of stories to tell so please do make a visit if you are ever in the area.