I’m devastated to say my boyfriend is going abroad with work and we will be apart for a good few months. It will be amazing for him, but selfishly I kind of don’t want him to go.
As one of our last days together, we spent some alone time in Hadleigh. I’ve just bought myself a new DSLR camera so it was a perfect opportunity to capture some nice photography. Check some of it out below…
We visited Hadleigh castle, a ruined castle owned by English Heritage. It was so beautiful and perfect for some lovely photography. Being northern, we joke that I’m only used to rubbish weather but this day out proved that statement to be true. We enjoyed t-shirt weather and I found myself getting too hot.
We had a lovely little picnic while sitting on the walls then headed off to The Salvation Army Hadleigh Farm. I’m a huge lover of all sorts of animals but I fell in love with the little lambs there. I got a bit emotional for whatever reason and Liam found that funny. There was also chickens, pigs, piglets, rabbits, and goats to name a few animals but my favourite had to be the pony and donkey that were in a field together. The donkey was called Dylan and we spent some time calling his name hoping that he would come over. Liam eventually lured him over with a clump of grass which Dylan ate out of his hand. Unfortunately, the pony wasn’t so tempted. I got some lovely pictures of those animals then we went for another wander. A lot of the families followed in Liam’s footsteps and used the grass to get Dylan over to the fence. Before we left, we returned to say bye to Dylan and then the pony came to the fence too and I fed her some grass. I’ve never been so excited!
It was a truly lovely day and something I will cherish and remember while Liam is away. I’ve never been as thankful for my blogging as I am at the moment because at least Liam will be able to read my posts when he can and know how I’m doing.
It was very difficult saying our goodbyes. Does anyone have any advice on how I can keep myself in a positive mind?