. My inlaws arrived on Sunday for ten days and that meant one thing on Saturday: menu planning. I need to be ahead of the game this week as there is SO much happening. GCSEs, an airport pick up at 1am on Sunday morning, a birthday party for 70+, Eurovision on Saturday night (don’t
. Well that’s an odd title I grant you but bear with me. When I was asked if I wanted to talk about this on my blog my first response would normally have been “my children are a bit young for me to talking about the Grufallo” and I would have declined. But
7.13am I am at home Googling if the coffee shop I plan to lurk in for two hours has free wifi. E has a GCSE today that is only 90 minutes long and it is not worth me going home as I will need to turn around 40 minutes later and head back, so
. This is one of those linkies that I love. And last year I joined in a couple of times but never felt that I could show the whole of our garden. Bits of it were okay to photograph but mostly our garden is neglected. I am not by any stretch of the
for myself and a request for votes. Yes, it is that time of year again. The Oscars have been and gone, the BAFTAs are done and dusted and now it is all down to the BiBS: The Brilliance in Blogging Awards. The eagle eyed amongst you will have noticed that over there on
. We have been on tenterhooks for the past few months as we have waited to hear if we are going to be amongst the bloggers chosen to be Official Camp Bestival bloggers. At 5.30pm on Friday night we heard we were. News that makes me squeal, which is surprising really as I really
. Roadtrip! Planning is well underway for the Summer holiday. The ferry’s booked, currency ordered, passports located and guide book read from cover to cover. Okay, T picked up the guide book during the ad break in Corrie, but that counts I think, doesn’t it? We’re doing another road trip to a currently secret destination.