visit A&E. Ahh, it’s been a while since I’ve had to visit A&E due to my clumsiness, but yesterday I renewed my acquaintence. They’ve had a refurb since I was last there, and I felt a little out of place, but I think that might be a good[…]

Yesterday, on Saturday kitchen, Michelin starred chef Anthony Demetre admitted binging on gluten, despite having been diagnosed with Coeliac Disease. For a coeliac, this is really dangerous behaviour and shows either a complete lack of understanding of his illness by Demetre, or a complete disregard of his responsibilities[…]

When I watch (as I occasionally do) TV programmes about people unearthing antiques and valuable items from amongst the clutter in their house I always feel slightly envious. We have nothing valuable in that sense, and no antiques. I’m more envious about the antique thing than the monetary[…]

I have been wondering what today’s post would be about and whilst enjoying a quiet coffee on my own whilst Sugar Plum remains asleep in my bed upstairs, I came up with this idea.  So, TFI Friday is born.  So named, not because I’m glad it’s the end[…]

The day I had hoped we would be able to avoid arrived yesterday.  It was the day I took my son to see the doctor and was told that he ought to have an initial blood test to test for Coeliac Disease. Ever since I was diagnosed in[…]

Just over a year ago, I asked my then four year old son a series of questions.  You can read his answers in the post “Interview with a Four Year Old“.  I thought it would be fun to see how much things have changed in the 14 months[…]