E N G L A N D

WHAT'S TO LOVE ABOUT

ENGLAND

I had my doubts before moving to England. I honestly spent the last week in Australia at the beach, soaking up all the sunshine before my life of rainy days and miserable weather began ...

 

But little did I know, it doesn't rain ALL the time in England. I mean it does rain a lot. An awful lot. But it also has bright yellow daffodils that bloom at the start of spring, sunshine that's not too hot in the summer and burnt orange coloured trees in the autumn. And yeah, the winter is dark and at times a little miserable ... but it does make for perfect weather for watching movies and drinking hot chocolate.  

I have loved exploring England in the time I have lived here. From the array of National Trust properties, to the secret little public footpaths I find on my walks, the fields of lambs in the spring, the fruit orchards in the summer and the endless candles at homesense. 

England, I think you're pretty alright.

 

 

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