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Cautionary Tale

This is why you should never, never, never leave your ereader inside your rucksack and then allow your husband to sit on said rucksack… Although I didn’t know he was going to sit on it! The worst bit is that … Continue reading

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The end of the summer

You can tell it’s the end of the summer, because it finally stopped raining this morning. There’s even a hint of sunshine just now, and when I went for a walk earlier, the fields at the top of the rise … Continue reading

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a brief step backwards into the festive season

Tonight we had Mouse's Christmas Winterfest Concert – obviously it was intended to be held before Christmas, but as it was on one of the days when his school was closed due to distinctly inclement weather, it was rescheduled. I … Continue reading

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Burgeoning rock gods need long hair and saxophones

Mouse had the practical part of his Intermediate II Music exam today, something he has been working towards with, to be honest, a fair amount of indifference for some time. There is no doubt about his musical ability, but his … Continue reading

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An evening of Christmas music

Last night was littlest's school Christmas concert – and it was wonderful. Obviously the bits littlest were in were the best bits (!!), but all the rest was good too. I really like the fact that the school is not … Continue reading

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the perils of Kevin

Littlest (and I really must stop calling him that, as he now towers over me) has been in full-blown I-am-a-teenager-and-I-hate-everyone mode today – all day. I'm very tired, and inclined to be a bit grumpy. It's catching. I have jollied … Continue reading

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I love my garden

My garden is overgrown (although I prefer to call it lush), but currently abundant. It may officially be autumn, but yesterday and today were warm and pleasant outside, and the soil I was turning was at that lovely crumbly stage, … Continue reading

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