Washing-up windowsill

<a href=”http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/7652047/?claim=e6w8c6p4p4p”>Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a> Do you have a little corner of your home where you display things that maybe you wish you could through the rest of your home? Or do you have a little collection that has pride of place on a windowsill somewhere? I do! I have a little collection of […]

Reading Material

Every Wednesday, all the grandchildren would finish school and we would be picked up by my granny. We would go to the newsagents and pick a magazine or comic, and some sweets. The sweets were often chocolate eclairs, or Munchies and I got into the routine of choosing teen girl’s magazines, things like Just 17, […]

Day 26: 30 Days of Baking

I made some honeycomb cream cupcakes for Day 26. The recipe included honey and oats in the cake, and golden icing sugar for the icing. In the bag, it looks just like regular icing sugar, but it turns a caramel colour when mixed with butter. I need more practice with piping buttercream. It always ends […]

Day 25: 30 Days of Baking

Last night, I had a gin and tonic. James splashed out on a bottle of Tanqueray when he went shopping. You know how smells can bring you memories and transport you back to places you’ve been? One little whiff of a G&T and I’m 5000 miles away in India. On the beach or in the […]

Day 24: 30 Days of Baking

Yesterday was beautiful. No coat in the playground, that was only the second time this year. It was also St. George’s Day. I hardly knew it was, really. The kids had themed assemblies at least. We walked to the gym last night, as it was so nice. Pumped some iron, posed in the mirrors, sized […]