Last night the moon was a super moon as it was close to the earth. It’s also known as the corn moon on the pagan moon calander . This means the moon looks very large and bright and the tides will be unusually high. At Poppet Sands, the beach closest to us, the water at it’s highest point will cover… Read more →
Tonight is the last night of the ‘Abbey Shakespeare Players’ production of the ‘Merchant of Venice’. As a study text at school ‘Merchant’never particularly interested me, however I was looking forward to the intimacy with the characters and story line that being immersed in a production brings, watching the actors rehearse day after day perfecting each scene, learning every word…. Read more →
Today was our annual abbey ‘Twinkies no winkies’ tea party. All the girls gathered to enjoy little sandwiches (egg,cucumber and cheese), freshly made scones with jam and cream and rose lemonade. Definitely an afternoon tea party fit for a queen.
Elsie the dog loudly hacking up bits of stick whilst I am trying to very carefully and quietly to place the sleeping bebe in her cot without waking her.
Matt sold his old raybans on Ebay so he could buy his new raybans.
Et gets into the spirit Le Tour in Otley
Here is a picture of Annie-Mo caught in the act of stealing a teabag from my cup. She loves old teabags and likes nothing better then squeezing them between her little chubby hands until all the tea leaves squirt out, ready to be rubbed into the carpet.
It’s extremely warm today and yet my children are enjoying watching TV, inside, snuggled in duvets.
I recently discovered the family love chilli accompanied by salsa and tortilla chips. Having a friend who sells fresh herbs and spices is very handy as I was able to text her my list and then pick the order up when I went to collect Sophie from school. The difference in the quality of the spices from my friend to… Read more →
Jay to Pi,’You are a lassie’. Pi most affronted,’I am not’. Jay again.’Do you even know what a lassie is?’ ‘Yes, it’s a dog’. ‘No silly, it’s a girl, don’t you know any Scottish?’ ‘No you are silly, it’s a famous dog that finds children down wells.’