Project 365 2018 Week 33

Project 365 2018 Week 33

Project 365 2018 Week 33 Days 224 – 230 Sunday 12th August – Day 224 We left Suzanne’s after breakfast and headed back along the A40 to home.  I think we’d worn her out and I was certainly shattered too when we got home. I sent Daddy P and my… Continue reading »

Christopher Robin is released today

Christopher Robin is released today

We recently enjoyed a magical afternoon having afternoon tea at Claridge’s with a very important bear.  Winnie the Pooh no less.  Christopher Robin is released today in cinemas across the country and we were treated a reading from the film adaptation book by Jim Cummings, AKA the voice of Pooh… Continue reading »

Creative Terrarium Workshop with Hillier Garden Centre in Banbury

Creative Terrarium Workshop with Hillier Garden Centre in Banbury

Did you know that Hillier Garden Centres are running hands-on gardening workshops throughout the year?  I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t have my Mum’s green fingers, so any help I can get is much appreciated.  Earlier this week we were invited along to the Creative Terrarium Workshop with… Continue reading »

House of Stone – a book review

House of Stone

With the recent leadership changes in Zimbabwe it’s been a rather apt time to read House of Stone which is written by Novuyo Tshuma. Published through Atlantic Books in June  this year, House of Stone tells the story of a family and their lives from colonial Rhodesia through to the… Continue reading »

Getting to grips with Nintendo Labo

Getting to grips with Nintendo Labo

I was looking for different ideas to keep my eight year old son entertained over the summer holidays and wanted a few options for things to do at home. When the idea of combining his love of construction with the ability to play games with his creations was mentioned to… Continue reading »

Project 365 2018 Week 32

Project 365 2018 Week 32

Project 365 2018 Week 32 Days 217 – 223 Sunday 5th August – Day 217 We’d been invited to Countryfile Live again this year and were there from opening until closing time.  But it was so hot, we didn’t cover anywhere near as much ground as normal, but still had… Continue reading »