Happy Easter Everyone

Hello everyone and Happy Easter. Hope you have had a great day. Not being religious, I don't celebrate the true Christian meaning of Easter, but me and the kids do enjoy Easter eggs and having some time off (the kids have a long weekend off school which means a long lie for everyone... well, -ish. … Continue reading Happy Easter Everyone

It’s Been a Bit of a Weird Week

Hello, how's things? Hope you're all well. I'm starting this blog in a bit of a fug. This week has just been exhausting and my brain is fuzzy and tired. I think it's partly due to the fact that the clocks went forward last weekend (so we lost an hour) and partly due to the … Continue reading It’s Been a Bit of a Weird Week

March 29 – Lemon Chiffon Day

The only food celebration day for this month and it’s a food I have never eaten, but I reckon I will love. Today is Lemon Chiffon Cake Day, celebrating the cake that was invented by Harry Baker (apt name) in 1927). Having never tried Lemon Chiffon Cake – I don’t think it’s sold in the … Continue reading March 29 – Lemon Chiffon Day

A window cleaner was all I needed

Please don't drag me out of bed! Today, I am writing this blog in amongst a flurry of barking and growling. Yes, it's that time of the month again when the window cleaner comes around and cleans my house's windows. The dogs, however, believe he is there purely to torment them through the glass (not … Continue reading A window cleaner was all I needed

Bereft – Finished Binge Watching Peaky Blinders

The ladies of Peak Blinders. I knew I shouldn't have done it, but once I started I couldn't stop. I have come late to Peaky Blinders so had the entire four series to watch. Which I did, every day for the last two weeks. And loved it! If you haven't watched it, I would recommend … Continue reading Bereft – Finished Binge Watching Peaky Blinders

March 17 – St Patrick’s Day

Celebrating the life and death of Saint Patrick – Ireland’s patron saint – St Patrick’s Day is a public holiday of the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Also celebrated by Irish ex-pats and descendents all over the world (as well as non Irish), the day commemorates Saint … Continue reading March 17 – St Patrick’s Day