It’s been so long I can barely remember what I even used to write about on here. A friend asked the other day how long it had been since I wrote a blog post, I meekly replied “two months..over two months..”.. Which really doesn’t sound like long but in the blogging world I have already… Continue reading Confessions of a Single Mother: Two Years Later
As always at the moment I am in a mad rush this evening; so here are a few snaps from our recent trip to the city of Zadar, Croatia. We had a week in Zadar, spending the days on the beach and a couple of evenings exploring the city. It was a beautiful city; with… Continue reading The City of Zadar, Croatia
As with most months this year; July has gone by in a flash. I leave for Kent in two days (I am doing a four week Acting course with The National Youth Theatre, a post or two on that to come…) and I still have 101 things to get done before I go. Sadly, yet again… Continue reading Wisley Gardens, Surrey U.K
A few snaps from my recent visit to Plitvice Lakes in Croatia. It was absolutely mind-blowing and the photos do not do it justice. 16 lakes can be seen from the surface; separated into upper and lower clusters, formed by runoff from the mountains. (Thanks Wikipedia..). Lakes, mountains and waterfalls all in one short mesmerising… Continue reading Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia
“They see the good, embrace the joys and laugh -louder than everyone else- at the funny”. I just spent seven days in Croatia with two of the happiest, most hilarious women I’ve ever known. Maia’s Grandmas. So full of beans, I at one point asked if one of them was taking anything. Nope, just high… Continue reading The Power of Happy: Finding the Funny
I’ve noticed a bit of a theme developing recently with some of the comments Maia makes, in particular reference to my chest area. It’s only very occasionally, not everyday, and we’re still at the point where we all find it quite funny; so all I can do is share the amusement and hope as she… Continue reading “Mummy your Boobies look like my Barbie’s”….
I never tire of trips to London; particularly when I get to play tourist. Last Saturday Isa and I went – despite the mild concerns of my parents- to continue with our steady stream of Museums started in Oxford the day before. First stop: The V&A. We didn’t stay for long; there is a huge amount… Continue reading London: Crowded Museums, Harrods Food Hall and Hyde Park