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FRESH what a lovely word for a monday morning. In the English language we use the word ‘fresh’ in many ways:

fresh as a daisy – when we mean full of live and awake – fresh start , when we mean new beginnings – a breath of fresh air, we use both in the literal but also when we mean someone or something is bringing new thoughts and ideas, new life into a situation and getting fresh with someone means someone is being impertinent or bold.

At the beginning of this fresh new week I feel like making fresh starts on some of my projects and ideas, look at things with a fresh pair of eyes and breath some fresh air into them.

With that in mind I think I will be needing some re-‘fresh’ -ments and a bunch of fresh flowers on my table to brighten my days with some fresh colours!flowers