It started a few years back, I’d shown my husband some pictures from a blog I think of a renovation of a caravan and we thought it a good idea, both as a project and for an extra bedroom.
But we didn’t have a caravan and for 5 years, the idea was forgotten, apart from those types of conversations that it’d be fun to get caravan,
throw some money at it give it some tlc and off we go. Continue reading
So these are the films I went to see this month, I’d have liked to have seen a couple more but life got in the way. Continue reading
Productive is my word of the week, simply because I have been.
It’s been a productive time at work, I’d started to put in place some the things learnt on a course before Christmas and this is all starting to bear fruit. Continue reading
During the summer months, the quay is usually bustling with people, children sat on the edge of the wall crabbing, dog walkers enjoying the views of the estuary. Continue reading
I’m joining in with Reasons To Be Cheerful for the first time this year and on this blog. So here we are, a new start to another year and lots of reasons to be cheerful about:
I don’t want my son to return to school. I’ve enjoyed having him at home too much and selfishly, I want to keep hime here with me, so we can chat, watch films, snuggle under blankets on the sofa together. Continue reading
How did that happen? One minute you were a tiny newborn being passed in to my arms after being born via c-section, the next thing we have celebrated your 18th Birthday. Continue reading
This is a resolution style post, typically done on the 1st of January each year or for non-bloggers said out loud when asked if you’ve got any New Years resolutions. The word kind of fills me with dread, like I’m pre-programmed to fail at keeping them by the last day of January.
My youngest child is 10, still at the age where he thinks his parents are wonderful. I thought I’d ask him the following questions and record his answers.