Despite my Facebook and Twitter timelines being full of happy status updates from friends whose children have already started their summer holidays, we still have three days of school to go (and two days of nursery for the geekson). We’re into the final countdown though, with my daughter being extremely sad about the end of […]
Happy birthday my little man, three years old today! We’re off to the press preview of the new Sea Life Centre in Manchester, followed by a small party tea for just a few local friends. We’ve bought him a fire engine shaped Trunki suitcase and some cars. Here’s to a great day 🙂
We’ve been sent a Huawei W1 Windows phone to review. We were told that it’s a phone that is great for teenagers and young adults because it’s so easy to use. Well, with only a few days of testing under our belts I think we can go one better than that – it’s so easy […]
Regular readers will be aware that for many weeks now I have been in the habit of posting a Silent Sunday post each week – one picture from the week with no words. Recently I’ve been finding it harder to narrow down my selection and I often want to include words to explain why I chose […]
Last week was the geekdaughter’s first half term. A whole week off school after her first seven weeks of attendance. She’s been getting on really well at school, and I am really proud of her. We had a little wobble the second week; I think it hit home that she had to do this school […]
Happy birthday to you Happy birthday to you Happy birthday dear geekdaughter Happy birthday to you! It’s my little girl’s birthday. She’s four years old today. Four years ago she was dragged into the world (literally, but that’s a story for another day!). I don’t know who was more shocked – her or me!
I was really pleased with my #SilentSunday post this week, but as there was a bit of a story behind the photo, and some other good ones that I took at the same time, I thought I would indulge myself and share more with you today.
I love #SilentSunday. It’s the only regular Meme in which I participate. That’s mostly because it’s easy (one photo, no words), but also because Jay who hosts it is so passionate about both it and her photography. It’s infectious. There are different ways to interpret #SilentSunday – as a way of sharing a special photo, […]