Me on Tuesday | 30 May

It was a week of getting stuck in. 🙂 I began the redecoration of the spare bedroom Tilly and I met up with a friend for a walk around the park I nipped into town to see Chelsea in Bloom I went to The Boy's Summer SHINE Concert, where he was the compère 🙂 I … Continue reading Me on Tuesday | 30 May

Me on Monday | 22 May

It was a busy week, with a lot going on both at home and out of it. The Best Friend had spent the night on our return from Crop in the Country and used our kitchen table as her remote office before heading home late morning I began the bedroom swap and discovered that there's … Continue reading Me on Monday | 22 May

Kitty Boo CraftAway Spring 2023 | What I Made | Part One

The Kitty Boo CraftAway was a free-flow, work-at-your-own-speed kind of Crop (the best kind) and delegates had plenty of options to choose from. Here's a look at some of what I made. This layout above is destined for the New York City album - it's rare for me to feature on a page by myself. … Continue reading Kitty Boo CraftAway Spring 2023 | What I Made | Part One

Let’s Sit And Have A Cup Of Tea | May 2023

London's Regent Street Well, hello, and thanks so much for joining me for a cup of tea. I am hoping that May is a good month for us, after all the general busyness of April. I can probably rustle up a biscuit or two to go with your tea – a Rich Tea makes for a good … Continue reading Let’s Sit And Have A Cup Of Tea | May 2023

The Chelsea Physic Garden

Since 1673 Chelsea Physic Garden has occupied four acres of land on the edge of the River Thames in London's Chelsea. First established by the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries in order to grow medicinal plants, this extraordinary garden has had wide reaching impact around the world. The Chelsea Physic Garden is London’s oldest botanic garden … Continue reading The Chelsea Physic Garden

Month in Numbers | February 2023

I’ve noted all my numbers this month, more out of habit than anything else. I seem to have run out of enthusiasm for making a Project Life style scrapbook page, so I’m simply going to record them here. 43 walks with Tilly 14 online Step classes 28 sessions of online Pilates 3 pieces of Happy Mail sent … Continue reading Month in Numbers | February 2023

Kyiv Road | London’s Notting Hill

To mark one year since the invasion and in an act of solidarity with Ukraine, London's Westminster City Council has renamed one of its roads. Part of Bayswater Road in W2, between Palace Court and Ossington Street, is now named ‘Kyiv Road’ after the Ukrainian capital. Adam Hug, leader of Westminster City Council, explained the change: … Continue reading Kyiv Road | London’s Notting Hill

Me on Monday | 27 February

It was a week full of snuffles, coughs and blocked ears. The Brainy One lectured at the University of Cambridge for two days I had coffee with another autism mum The jewellers notified me that my engagement ring is apparently unrepairable I took The Boy to the doctor The Boy went to Work Experience I … Continue reading Me on Monday | 27 February

Me on Monday | 20 February

It was half term week. The Brainy One attended a family funeral in his home town The Boy and I went to Battersea Power Station The Brainy One and The Boy went to Duxford Tilly went to the groomer The Boy was under the weather for a few days with a high temperature The Boy … Continue reading Me on Monday | 20 February