I often wonder where or stress comes from. Then days like today happen and I realise. Kids. I find sentences coming out of my mouth that I REALLY never thought I would have to say. Like say out loud to another human being. 'Don't put your nose near that candle' to the 16 year old … Continue reading *Rocking in a corner*
I must admit I am feeling very farmer wifey with my newly held responsibilities. The fact we do not have to feed or water them is just an added bonus!
I have not written for a while *slaps my own wrist*...it must be contentment - so that's not a bad thing! Contentment is really just another word for 'Less chaos than normal in our ever so chaotic lives'. Lee's mum has been here for three weeks and I think we managed to attend every Christmas … Continue reading Yellow Jackets and Silver Baubles
A blissful three days later and below is the product of me being let loose on canvas rather than 'La Ruines' walls.
Growing up, I loved reading...almost as much as Daisy does now. However I cannot credit Daisy's love to mine, it's 99 % down to Lee. Since she was born, he read to her every single night. Sometimes just a chapter, most times whole books. Now she is too old for this and reads herself. It's … Continue reading The Bell Jar…
So moral of the story - I really do not think we are good at watering plants for people
So am pulling up my big girl knickers and hoping the curry has enough impact to blow away some of the head cold and just pray that I do not get a sneezing fit at an inopportune moment....
Mid-September means that a lot of places have quietened down. The coast is still busy - but it means we can enjoy going out a bit more - without crowds and wasps.
'Senor' is my ever so touchy Citroen C3, on the road since 2011 but only serving my every whim for the last year.
Lee and I spend most of the rest of the evening staring open mouthed at the room...then looking at each other....shock is contagious.