Starting from tomorrow I'm photographing a wedding every weekend until beginning of October)) I'm really looking forward to seeing all my lovely couples again and capturing their happiest days, travelling to new places and discovering new things. For the next few months it will be head down and work, work, work (which I absolutely love), but this morning I've just been thinking about things I love doing in my time off, and just generally stuff that made me happy, apart from weddings. - discovering foodie places in London with my husband. We've been living in London for 3 years and we do love our food. I think in the last 3 months we've actually been to more places than in the last 3 years)) It's been great! There is almost too much choice! Sometimes it took us about an hour just to decide where to go next :)

- with the weather finally improving I started to get outside in my runners for what I call 'fast walks' (I'm not a big fan of running).

- it's been lovely to finally feel some warmth, see everything blossoming and trees getting greener and greener. Spring is my favourite time of the year, and it's been so cold until only a couple of weeks ago, that I don't want it to end!

- since I started wedding photography I discovered a new passion - flowers. Seeing the bride's bouquet and all the flower arrangements is one of my favourite parts of a wedding day)) Recently I bought this amazing book called The Flower Recipe, which basically shows you how to do your own pretty arrangements, how many flowers you will need for them, how to place them etc. If nothing else it's just so beautiful to look at if you love flowers! I can't wait to have my own garden and grow some gorgeous blooms))

- celebrating my birthday. I love birthdays! I used to be so excited about my own or my best friend's day when we were in school. I think I'm getting to the age now when I don't necessarily feel all ecstatic about it, and going all out to celebrate. This year we just went out for dinner and had a nice relaxing evening :)