Monthly Archives: March 2014
I heard a radio discussion the other day about a ski holiday firm, MountainBase, who are offering to pay the school fines for families who book with them for term time getaways. Actually, they are offering to reimburse those families, but it boils down to the same thing.
Today was an easy one – the weather was nice and the garden had finally had chance to dry out enough for the children to play in without getting covered in mud. Cue bikes, trikes, scooters and such.
Yeay! I finished a crochet project which I really love. I can’t show you it (yet) though, because it’s a present. Finishing it means something else can move up the priority list. Currently on the list:
Today’s happy day photo comes courtesy of the postman. This morning he brought me a letter with some very good news, but the photo comes from the parcel I went to collect at lunchtime. I had completely forgotten I had ordered this little kit, so it was a[…]
Bean began reading the Harry Potter books last year and was immediately hooked on them. He finished book 7 two days ago. He is 8 years old and they captured his imagination. I can’t remember the last time a day went by when Harry didn’t play a part[…]
A completely different feel to today’s 100 Happy Days. Today, we went to our “local” butcher, The Holbrook Meat Shop. He’s actually a 20 minute drive away, but it is worth it. The meat tastes so much better than supermarket offerings. And it’s so much cheaper.