Hello July, it’s good to see you. I have been reading so much in the last few weeks and thoroughly enjoying it. My kindle is being used for NetGalley downloads, my phone for audio library books via BorrowBox, I have numerous physical books around the house too. It is simply wonderful to escape to another… Continue reading Books I Read in May & June 2020
When I was a child my Mother would frequently say to us, ‘Manners cost nothing’. She was determined to ensure, that no matter what, her children would have good manners. It worked, we did and still do. Having been bullied as a child and furthermore, during my teenage years, I altered the phrase. For my… Continue reading Kindness is Not A Trend
When it comes to breakfast, sweet tops savoury most of the time for me. Pancakes are popular with most of my family. I prefer mine made with oats, simply because they keep me fuller for longer. Oats are kinder to my tummy and I don’t suffer severe dips in blood sugar when I’ve consumed them.… Continue reading Oaty Chocolate Pancakes
One thing I longed for in my kitchen was a dresser. I adore them. Whilst browsing Done Deal on Sunday morning a few years back, a lovely dresser appeared on the screen. It was lovely. Very simple, very reasonably priced and exactly what I was looking for. My husband wasn’t working this particular day, having… Continue reading The Dresser
Our children are little heroes. Their lives have been turned upside down overnight. They miss school, their friends and, for some, the routine. With that comes frustration and anxiety. Some days they don’t know what to do with themselves. I’m sure I’m not the only one who has days where its a request for snacks… Continue reading I’m Bored!