Now I must admit to being a bit of a Primark convert in recent months. In the past, shopping at Primark had been somewhat of a negative experience. I found their quality wasn’t great. Our local store wasn’t the best and made finding what you were looking for pretty difficult. I tend to do most of… Continue reading A Primark Character Haul
This one is a bit of a ranty post for anyone that’s had the misfortune to live somewhere with parking issues. You are not alone! We have lived in our current home for the last 13 and a half years. Over that time, we have seen a lot of changes to the surrounding area, the… Continue reading Excuse me, but we live here!
As Easter is creeping up on us again, I thought I’d share previous years Easter Cakes and their recipes. Last year’s offerings are by far my favourites, so if you fancy giving them a try yourself, the recipe is below. Mini Eggs Easter Cake You will need : 225g (8oz) Butter or margarine 225g (8oz)… Continue reading Easter Cakes
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Valentine’s Day this year was once again a family event. The children came downstairs in the morning to find a trail a teeny hearts leading from the Elf door to the dining-room…….. In the dining-room there was a big surprise waiting. Once again, Joey the Elf, this year…
I’d just like to start by saying that this is not a ranting post at the NHS, nor its staff. I, for one, am extremely grateful for the NHS. It provides employment for my husband and many of our friends and family members. It puts a roof over our family’s heads through the Key Worker… Continue reading Miscarriage Counts
One question I’m asked a lot is, “How on earth do you keep on top of it all?”. Even with 5 children, we rarely ever forget anything important and are seldom late, so what’s the secret? Well the simple answer is…..organisation. I’ve always been a pretty organised person, but as a Mum of 5 kids… Continue reading Organising Chaos (well trying to……)
When I was a child, one of my family’s traditions was to go to a Pantomime around New Year every year. It was always somewhere different, from big theatre productions to small church hall shows, but no matter where we went, it was always fun and something I looked forward to. It was a tradition… Continue reading Dunstable Panto – Aladdin