Blogging this as part of my “blog daily” challenge for November. The good thing is that it has made me sort out these blogs as usually I am weeks behind. October was about pumpkins, Halloween (of course), Mike’s birthday, catching Continue reading October 2021 – in pictures
I’m cheating with my blogging for November and posting this on November 7th as one of my daily blogs. September was full of Sylvia’s birthday, ur holiday in the South Downs/Buckinghamshire, visit to Roald Dahl museum, return to school, back Continue reading September 2021 in pictures
Trips away, summer holiday fun, getting lost in mazes, day on the beach, fairy houses, cinema trips, lots of birds of prey, blackberry picking, honey spinning and more being outside.
Antonia’s birthday, new job, end of school, start of summer holidays, floods, theatre trips, night in a hotel, some football matches, chickens lay eggs and lots of being outside.
Catching up – on a roll! Started month in York – more pictures of The Cows. Fathers’ Day. Lots of forest walks, outside time and general family stuff. New job, LEaD made heroes, cleared my inbox, quiet London streets. Keep Continue reading June 2021 – in pictures
Argh this is so late but if I don’t do it then I will regret it later and I’ll give up as I’ve really enjoyed reading the other posts, plus it means I actually sort out my photos. SO,here goes…. Continue reading March round-up
So I’m horribly late posting this but, the perfect is the enemy of the good etc etc and just going through photos for this blog has inspired me that there were some good moments in February so I’m going to Continue reading February round-up
In honour of Mothering Sunday, I wanted to include a poem about motherhood and in honour of mothers. Despite scouring the internet, nothing really fit, and then I remembered this book 44 Things by Kirsty Gunn which I bought when Continue reading Extract from “44 Things” by Kirsty Gunn
I’ve not done very well In January doing a weekly round-up. And I was going to back track then I just thought I would do all of January in one go! To be honest, this month has felt hard. I’m Continue reading January round-up