Goodness me, it’s cold outside today. When I drove the children to school this morning the temperature was minus six Celsius. That’s 21.2 Fahrenheit for those of you who still count in pounds, shillings and pence. Never mind. At least I feel justified in staying inside with a good book. Here’s what I’ve been up to this month.Continue Reading
We’re well into autumn now and the leaves are falling thick and fast. It’s also been a very productive month work wise, so here’s what I’ve been up to.Continue Reading
The boys are back at school so we’re back to the daily routine of drop offs and pick ups and homework and having to remember which days the sports kit is required 🙂
The good news is that it means I have more time to focus on my writing. So here’s what I’ve been doing in September.Continue Reading
Apart from a couple of short family trips to Harrogate and Porthcawl (where we acquired this rather imposing photograph of Great Uncle Enoch), we’ve spent August at home enjoying the (mostly) fine weather.
A family bicycle outing one afternoon saw me dusting off my old bike which I hadn’t ridden for years and discovering muscles that I didn’t know I possessed.
But the summer is nearly over and the boys will be back at school in a few days’ time. I like this time of year because the start of the new academic year feels like a fresh start, similar to January. Here’s a summary of what I’ve managed to achieve in August.Continue Reading