There’s a lot going on this week. It’s been my daughter’s birthday – where on earth have the past twenty years gone? The weather’s been so good she’s been able to have some fresh ripe strawberries, warm from the greenhouse, but the icing on her birthday cake went a bit awry. She wanted lemon feather icing, but it sent a bit too quickly so it was more impressionistic – from my ‘yellow’ period (!) There’s going to be a village bring and share picnic to celebrate the Royal Wedding Holiday, as well as a soup and sweet session organised by the church the day before, all in the name of good neighbourly relations. It’s lovely how this wedding is bringing people together. Let’s hope the weather is good for all these outdoor events. I’ll be making some celebration traybakes to take along – what’s your favourite dish for sharing?
Published by christinahollis
I've written six historical novels, eighteen contemporary novels, sold nearly three million books, and my work has been translated into twenty different languages. When I'm not writing, I enjoy cooking, gardening, and walking my dog (the famous Alex!). You can find a list of my published books at christinahollis.com My current release, Heart Of A Hostage, is published by The Wild Rose Press and available at myBook.to/HeartOfAHostage worldwide. View all posts by christinahollis