Author: Sarah-Louise James
We May Be Little – AKA, me, Maria and Alice – went on holiday to Menorca with a group of family members a couple of weeks ago.
While we were there, we sunbathed, baby-watched, blogged, did craft stuff, macrame’d, drank coffee, drank cocktails, came up with craft ideas, did a bit of cooking, came up with a few food ideas for the blog, ate nice food, drank more cocktails. And then we came home.
And now, if you’re UK-based, you’ll know: the weather is ruddy horrendous. And that holiday feels like a milllllllllllion years ago (sung in the voice of Youssou N’Dour).
So on this wet Wednesday afternoon in London, I decided to go through our snaps and upload some nice sunny ones in the hopes it would result in a nice, sunny feeling. It sort of worked. So we hope it works for anyone reading, too.
In no particular order are: sunsets, cocktails, things we made (there’s a paracord knot jewellery how-to coming to the blog soon), palm trees, sea views, padron peppers cooked by us and various restaurants (simply fry those devils in olive oil and a load of rock salt for one of the tastiest tapas going), us – working; scary clowns and all the other things you might expect to see on a sunny Mediterranean holiday.
Wish you were there. Oh no, hang on, we wish we were there. We wish we all there!