Oh my stars.... What a day. Today was always going to be tricky. My daughter Rosie, last week fell over a curb and apart from bruising and grazing her lip she cracked a tooth in half. Completely in half. One half is firmly in place but the other half was hanging on by a thread. … Continue reading What a Day!
My eldest son has started to loose his baby teeth. The other day he lost his second baby tooth. The first one came out a while ago. I was cooking dinner at the time. My husband was home, and he dealt with the BIG event. I saw the tooth, I congratulated him on loosing it … Continue reading What do you do with the tooth once you’ve been the tooth fairy?
My baby boy turned three this week. Man, that is mad, where has the time gone? He is mad on football. I don't know where he gets it from. I'm the biggest football fan in our house, and I only watch England World Cup matches. From an early early age he has loved balls and … Continue reading Slow down Jackie J don’t grow up to fast. What’s the hurry?
I have been leant a campervan by a friend. I have it until June. I have had it for about four weeks now. Until I got the van I have pretty much walked everywhere, apart from a short time over Christmas when a complete stranger leant me a Landrover Discovery. Mobility is the key to … Continue reading The relative ness of speed
During the Christmas period we went to a few BBQ. We hadn't been here long and the host and other guests were mainly from my husbands work. I didn't know anyone at these gatherings and was introduced to everyone by my husband. After the initial questions of how are you finding it here and are … Continue reading Earwigs
I went to the post office the other day to buy a stamp and post a letter to somewhere else in Stanley. The stamp cost 30p, there is no 1st or 2nd class post there is just post. Here is the thing, there is no postal service on the Island most people have a PO … Continue reading Post Office Adventures
Yesterday I got wolf whistled by Korean men on a boat that had come in to the harbour. It was a very foggy day and I could hardly see the boat so flattered I wasn't. The harbour has been very busy the last four days, apparently all the boats are coming in to the harbour … Continue reading Wolf whistled