I can hardly believe that I’ve come to the end of 100 Happy Days – it seems to have gone by quite quickly and it has certainly taught me to appreciate the little things – even on bad days there is usually something positive to be found –[…]

Tuesday was a day of getting down to work on the World Cup for Bean. He’s doing well with this project and is clearly very interested in geography. We’ll be putting that to the test a bit more when we start finding out about the population, area and[…]

I have a little confession to make – the photos of the last three days of 100 Days were all taken on Day 100, but the events they depict happened on the correct days – I just wasn’t well enough on day 98 and 99 to organise the[…]

Sunday was not a good or happy day for me – with fibromyalgia flaring badly, I spent the entire day in pain and drifting in and out of restless sleep. Stonelaughter had the children in the garden playing happily whilst he worked on a new flute, which meant[…]

On Saturday we did something we have never done before. A couple of things infact. We attended our first Geocaching event, and took part in our first ever flash mob. The flash mob was part of the of the 11th World Wide Flash Mob, an annual Geocaching event.[…]

The weather was beautiful today, which I was very grateful for, as we had arranged to join some local home educating families on a geocaching walk around Linacre Reservoirs. We had a fabulous time – it was warm, sunny and dry. We walked through woodlands, along the reservoirs,[…]