Monthly Archives: October 2014

The joy of kids being messy

A few weeks ago I spotted that Mum In The Mad House was running a competition with Two Little Fleas asking bloggers to write about the fun their children have being messy. I think that one of the greatest joys of being a child is not caring if your clothes get covered in dirt or…

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Inside my She-Shed

There can’t be a woman anywhere who doesn’t fancy the idea of a She-Shed. A little place to escape from the whir of the washing machine and the unrelenting calls of “Mummy!” Well mine is finally starting to take shape! Over the last few weeks as I’ve caught up on sewing projects, I’ve also begun…

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Living Arrows : 43/52

ISO 400, 35mm, F/2.2, 1/125 It’s Halloween week so how could I possibly resist a photograph with pumpkins in it (I’m trying hard not to say “and my little pumpkin”) we bought these on an expedition last week to a quirky Sussex pumpkin event which you can read about in this post. They look too…

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English eccentricity and pumpkins galore

Whenever I read American blogs at this time of year, I am always slightly envious of their beautiful photos of pumpkin farm visits. Rightly or wrongly this season is not something we embrace with such fervour in the UK. However I made a little discovery this week which satisfied my hunger for some Autumnal celebration….

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Dog walking with Doddle and a giveaway…

A few weeks ago we were offered an intriguing new pet product to review. The Doddle is a dog collar with a lead built in to it. We have two quite different dogs in our family and we were very keen to try the Doddle out on our Beagle Bella, who with all the crazy…

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