Van Gogh Alive | Kensington Gardens

Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 20,000 square foot light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works. It's a pretty impressive set up. It's also hugely popular. What it's not, however, is an ideal set up for visitors with autism. The Boy was overwhelmed within 10 minutes and I spent … Continue reading Van Gogh Alive | Kensington Gardens

Blog Review | 2018

Happy New Year to you and yours!Throughout 2018, one thing was crystal clear, I absolutely write for me, and for me alone.  That you, a reader, may have found something of interest is always a bonus.  (I have a post about my thoughts on 10 years of blogging going live later this week.)  Becoming more … Continue reading Blog Review | 2018

Month in Numbers | October 2018

October has been and gone in a blur of crisp and clear days, sunshine and chilly evenings.  Let's see how the numbers look:15 pieces of Happy Mail sent. One black eye (and a whole host of other bumps and bruises). 330 lengths in the pool at the gym. £8.80 won on the Euros ... not … Continue reading Month in Numbers | October 2018

Learn Something New Every Day | Days 16-20

September meant that the Season of mist and mellow fruitfulness is approaching. It also meant that Shimelle was running her annual class, Learn Something New Every Day. Like last year, I'm recording what I've learned throughout September here. Day 16: Climbing 253 steps in one go is beyond me. Day 17: Attendance at pre-school club … Continue reading Learn Something New Every Day | Days 16-20