Project 366 – 3 June to 9 June

Week 23 Back to school after half term. It was birthday week! Monday Eldest turned 18. We didn’t do anything today as we did it all yesterday. She had a revision session at school and then came home and was revising for her exam tomorrow. I attended a volunteer morning for The Raham Project where

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Project 366 – 27th May to 2 June

Week 22 Half term but didn’t do much, felt a bit rough by the end of it with a cough and slight temperature. Life is going on but my thoughts are constantly with what is happening in Palestine and Rafah. Monday A quiet day at home. Although it is half term we don’t have much

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Project 366 – 13th May to 19th May

Week 20 Continuing with potty training this week and SATS week for Bee. Monday I have started doing the morning school runs again as husband has decided to go to work earlier and come home earlier. However that meant getting Bee into school by 8.10am this week as she wanted to join in with the

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Project 366 – 29th April to 5th May

Week 18 Usual routine, but we made an appearance on our local radio station to talk about our Scouts group. Monday Met up with a friend at Inflatation. Minu actually went down the biggest slide and I had a go too! Then popped to Works which was next door and got some colouring books to

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Project 366 – 15th April to 21st April

Week 16 Back to school week! Monday Had to go to Specsavers for Bee’s contact lense check up to check her eyesight with them and make sure they aren’t irritating her eyes. All was fine and we signed up for the contacts, but I wasn’t expecting them to take 2 months payment in advance, so

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Project 366 – 8th April to 14th April

Week 15 Eid week this week. Monday An early start this morning as headed to Specsavers for a contact lense trial for Bee. She has myopia and it appears they now have a special lense for children to help slow down the progression of the short sightedness. At her appointment last week her prescription has

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