Mum and I spent the day showing The Brainy One and The Boy Child places from my childhood. One of which is a railway station and platform restored to how it was in 1952. There's not a lot there, but I can recall always thinking it was a pretty cool place.
Just what you don't need on the morning you are due to travel 250 miles by car.
Organising four small people was never going to be easy.The Boy Child's friend and her family are returning home to Australia in a couple of weeks.We'll miss them.
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Hello to week 7 of the school holidays.Hello to a complimentary day at a "country" club. I received an offer in the post and we've taken them up on it.Hello to house valuation. No point looking at houses outside of London if we don't know what our house is currently worth.Hello to tidying up the … Continue reading Hello Monday
~ waiting for Brave to begin at the cinema ~
Two parcels were deposited with Royal Mail yesterday morning; one recipient in the UK and one in the USA. I went with a London theme for this round of Happy Mail, as it seemed fitting. If you'd like an chance to be a recipient of the next round of Happy Mail, just send an email … Continue reading Happy Mail: #9
~ Picnic lunch with The Boy Child ~
The Brainy One and I have been talking again of late about leaving London and about where we might move to and about when we might make the move.When the Boy Child was born, we thought we would leave London before he started at Nursery school. Then my MiL's illness worsened dramatically and we couldn't … Continue reading Photo a Day; 17th August
Some times, the only thing to do is sneak away with a book and cup of tea and hope that no-one notices. I picked up Night Circus after seeing it everywhere on London transport and beginning to appear on blogs. I'm only a few pages in, yet I already know that it's one of those reads … Continue reading Photo a Day: 16th August