My lovely new friends, An Irish Procrastinator and Becca, have both been kind enough to nominate me for a Blogger Appreciation Award. I am very grateful for their appreciation and I thoroughly appreciate both of their blogs in my turn. Between them they provide a sizeable chunk of my weekly reading entertainment, and are responsible for my new found knowledge of wonderful Dorothy Parker quotes (Thanks I.P.!) and … Continue reading Blogger Appreciation Award
I have felt very honoured and humbled this week to have had my blog considered worth nominating for a second blogging award by two of my new friends. The life of a stay-at-home-mum can be very lonely at times, especially when living in a foreign country (however welcoming its natives may be), and I have had a great deal of pleasure, these last few weeks, … Continue reading Sept choses about me
When I was still a youthful girl of twenty-five I assumed that I had years ahead of me to compile my (practically obligatory these days) list of exciting challenges to set and then cross off before the clock struck the stroke of 23.35 on a particular day in the far off future and I became cursed with instant and irreversible old age. I got as … Continue reading 30 choses à faire avant 30 ans
A couple of days ago I received such a lovely surprise when I found out that Becca from From my Lofty Hill (A.K.A Becca from Sunnybrook Farm) had nominated my blog as part of her contribution towards her own Sunshine Blogger Award post. I am delighted to have been nominated, never thinking, when I started writing, that anyone not comprising my gang of captive followers (my Mum … Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award
I have an enormous thank you to say to the highly talented Fatdormouse over at View from the Teapot for this beautiful zentangle of a gorfou sauteur (I did have to look that one up). It was such a treat to receive not only ‘real’ post for a change, but also a special, one-of-a-kind present. Thank you so much – you have made my week … Continue reading Merci beaucoup!
“11 o’clock and all’s we—ell…!” So it begins, my nocturnal studies of the Internet – of Facebook,the news and far too many celebrity gossip sites – whilst my son, my lamb, my imp, my toad, my darling little cabbage end (mon p’tit bout d’chou) has the first of several late night snacks. We generally check up on each other once every couple of hours or … Continue reading Allons-y!