For the Love of Books | Currently Reading July 2018

Everything I read this month was on the Kindle, which was a little disappointing.  I don't ever want to prefer reading via a Kindle over a 'proper' book.  My problem is that our bookshelves are jammed pack, full almost to the point of overflowing, so there's a no-book-buying embargo just now.  And our library has … Continue reading For the Love of Books | Currently Reading July 2018

Photography Scavenger Hunt | Link-up #2

Mary Lou of Patio Postcards is again hosting the Photography Scavenger Hunt this year and today is the second official link-up. You can find this summer’s list here. I've been a little on the slow side with spotting what's required, but I have managed to tick off a few more: 6) Glorious Green: spotted at … Continue reading Photography Scavenger Hunt | Link-up #2

Transition to Secondary School

The process of securing a secondary school place for The Boy Child has been both difficult and stressful. After months of meetings, phone calls, emails and a formal complaint, The Boy Child is due to join a specialist autism-specific school in September. The decision to leave mainstream education was not one we took lightly, but the … Continue reading Transition to Secondary School

Scrapping in 2018 #10 | Layer by Layer by Layer

In an attempt to broaden scrapbooking horizons, I recently signed up to Shimelle's new online class, Layer on Layer on Layer.Six weeks of daily prompts (excluding weekends) and the opportunity to bust that stash of years old embellishments, alphas and supplies that I loved when I bought them way back when. Layering isn't something that I … Continue reading Scrapping in 2018 #10 | Layer by Layer by Layer

The London Primary Panathlon Finals

The Boy Child recently competed in the London Primary Panathlon Finals at the Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Panathlon is a charity that provides sporting opportunities to disabled young people. Having won the regional competition last September, The Boy Child and nine other pupils from his school were excited to be taking part … Continue reading The London Primary Panathlon Finals