Making pizza from scratch with my son

Making pizza from scratch with my son

I was never much of a cook and I hated home economics lessons at school. I can still remember the disgusting vegetable soup I made at Middle School.  It wasn’t good.  There are still a million and one things I’d rather be doing than cooking, but I have progressed from… Continue reading »

Favourite places to spot Snowdrops

Favourite places to spot Snowdrops

I’m not a winter person at all, but as soon as I see Snowdrops on the ground, I know that Spring is on its way.  There may be some cold weather before it finally brings colour back in to my garden but I know it’s coming. I thought I’d pull… Continue reading »

What to expect from a NHS Breast Screening appointment

What to expect from a NHS Breast Screening appointment

I thought it might be useful to share my thoughts on what to expect from a NHS Breast Screening appointment and a bit of my personal experiences.  When I was thirty-nine I was in the middle of a painful divorce, and living in a shared house with work friends.  I… Continue reading »

Project 365 2019 Week 2

Project 365 2019 Week 2

Project 365 2019 Week 2 Day 6 – 12 Sunday 6th January – Day 6 Brewster finally got some peace and quiet and the menfolk disappeared for a few hours to a model railway exhibition.  I did a bit of work on the laptop and also enjoyed a little bit… Continue reading »

Exploring the Stowe Parkland

Exploring the Stowe Parkland

As you all know well, my son and I love visiting Stowe Landscape Gardens.  It’s one of our closest National Trust sites and somewhere we visit regularly.  On Christmas Eve we both needed some fresh air, so without even thinking about it, we put on our walking boots and headed… Continue reading »