I wrote a post way back in April Here saying how our house was on the market. And it was. We got a buyer fairly quickly after some haggling and began the process of looking for a house in the area we fancied. We viewed many – different areas, different configurations and almost on a… Continue reading Me and moving house Part 2
There’s been quite a lot of hoo hah in the twittersphere lately about John Lewis announcing that they were bringing out a range of babies ware that wouldn’t be described as for boys or girls. People were throwing their toys out of the prom (see what I did there) about how their babies would all… Continue reading Me and Gender Neutrality
I probably realised that my iron levels were not as high as an adults should be when I went to give blood and they turned me away…several times. When I think about it the signs were all there. I was a tiny child right up until I was 17 when I went into the 6th… Continue reading Me and my Iron Levels.
We have lived in our current home for 24 years. We moved in when our son was 8 months old. It was the worst house in a good street. It had no double glazing, 70s wallpaper and a tiny kitchen. But it was a big step up from the one bedroom flat that we’d lived… Continue reading Me and moving house
After the Westminster attack yesterday it made me remember the day that could have changed my life. It was the early Spring of 1992. I was almost 5 months pregnant with my first baby and I was doing a job that that I really liked. life was good. I commuted to London in those days and my… Continue reading Me and my (very small) brush with Terrorism
With reference to this post here is my February Update 1) Read – finished Wild by Cheryl Strayed. Glad I watched the film after I’d finished as it wasn’t incredibly well written. Also finished Rare Objects by Kathleen Tessaro. I enjoyed it even if it was quite predictable. 2) Craft – Bought the Red Nose Day… Continue reading Me and my 2017 Goals – February update
There’s been a couple on the news lately who are fighting to be allowed to have a Civil Partnership instead of a marriage. Apparently they think that marriage is too patriarchal and want a more balanced relationship. Civil Partnerships were brought in so that homosexual couples could have the same legal privileges as heterosexual ones.… Continue reading Me and the Institution of Marriage