Archive for April, 2017

  • #vlogstars

    #Vlogstars #5 Things I can’t Live Without

    Evening, Leaving it a bit late to join in as we have had some technology problems this week but I’m joining in with  the  #Vlogstars #linky run by Katy from WhatKatysaid.com and Colette at Goingonanadventure.co.uk. This month it is all about five things you can’t live without and one of them is the above…I’ve struggled big …

  • My Life

    Allergies, Train Travel & Barnum

    Evening, It’s Tuesday. The sun shone and more beauty was found in my parents garden. I do so love this time of year. The only issue with the Springtime Season is the sniffing, sneezing, regular sore throat and occasional weepy eyes that I appear to get. Piriton style products are a regular handbag accessory. It is such a nuisance that as …

  • My Life

    My Easter Monday

    Evening, Its the holidays so I thought I’d do a more regular catch up having a bit more time! It’s Easter Monday and I’m staying with my parents. As usual their garden is looking beautiful with flowers in bloom,  beds well kept and free of weeds. It unfortunately puts our bare and overgrown garden to …

  • Give Thanks

    Week Eleven of ‘Give Thanks’

    Morning, The thanks keeps coming… Sunday– the sun shone, it was warm and the bifold doors were open wide. I managed four lots of washing which were hung and dried outside. Don’t you just love the smell of freshly washed clothes ? I also had time to enjoy the rare flowering vegetation in my garden …

  • Give Thanks

    Week Ten of ‘Give Thanks’

    Morning, What a busy week I’ve had but still lots to give thanks for! Sunday– A long day time rehearsal for Showtime 2017, was followed by an evening of wine, pizza, nibbles and frantic typing of words big enough for old eyes to see! Trying to follow small words and music being played at the …

  • Give Thanks

    Week Nine of ‘ Give Thanks’

    Evening lovelies, It’s April and I’m still giving thanks! Sunday– Today on Mothers Day I give thanks for my own mother who is the most kind, selfless woman I know, who is always doing things for others despite a serious health scare two years ago where we thought we would lose her. I give thanks that …

  • Teach/Parent

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar Activities

    Hello Lovelies, This is not a lighthearted post, but a ‘teacher’ or Early Years post! It might also be interesting to parents of young children who want activity ideas to try at home linked to a particular book! This particular book is the story of The Very Hungry caterpillar by Eric Carle. We spent two …