Google+ Littlegreenshed - UK Lifestyle Blog: Hello November... Google+ -->

Hello November...



October flew by!  One minute super excited about pumpkins and the change to autumn and whoosh!  It's gone just like that - for another year.

November on the other hand to me is moody.  Bubbly, grown up.  I always think of opulent colours when it comes to November.  Rich velvety blues, team with glittery gold, magentas and oranges.  Like fireworks lighting up the sky.

This November I / we shall be...

* Celebrating Guy Fawkes and Divali at our local church - fireworks, bonfire and lots of family fun.
* Gathering wood for the wood store - we have been going to the same farm every year, can't wait to re-visit.
* Watching the National Theatre production of Frankenstein
* Cocktails with these beauties
* Day tripping to London with this dude.  Off to see a pre-view of a Spring/Summer Collection - exciting!
* Having Sunday lunch with my lovely friends and their kids
* Helping out the school disco - help!
* Making a Mr Strong outfit for Mr Men day at school
* Bringing in greenery, rosehips, herbs, twigs for Nature in the Home
* Finding the Christmas decoration box, going through it, deciding if I need anything new (I always do!)
* Start buying presents - look out for the Littlegreenshed Christmas Gift guides coming shortly
* Start / Finish some knitting projects

I've written a little post over on the Lionheart Magazine blog, all about November and how we should claim it as our own.  Go see.

More November inspiration over on pinterest...


Follow November by Lou Archell | littlegreenshed on Pinterest

Have a wonderful November....

5 comments:

  1. Gosh, I didn't realise it was the 1st of November already! Looks like you have a whole stack of great stuff ahead of you this month. I love the idea of your November colours, rich and opulent xox Penny

    ReplyDelete
  2. I like November, but I agree it seems moodier than October. The autumnal oranges and ambers seem to give way a little to a deeper richer colours. writing this has just reminded me I have a toffee apple to eat! thank you!

    ReplyDelete
  3. This is a very good November list. The first week of November is a bit fo a tough one for my family, but we celebrate Guy Fawkes, and make mulled cider, and eat cake, and plan for Christmas.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Frankenstein looks AMAZING!! Now bugging Paul to see if we can go. I love Benedict Cumberbatch. Looking forward to those cocktails with you ladies too x

    ReplyDelete
  5. Frankenstein is amazing - saw it last year. Great list , am well jealous of the London trip - really looking forward to reading about that x

    ReplyDelete

Hello! Thank you for leaving a comment... I love to hear from you. Have a great day! Lou x