A sad country heart.

For the last couple of months I have been quiet.  Silent Sundays have given my blog a little life, but in truth I have been struggling to write, to know what to say or how to say it, or whether indeed I should say anything at all.  I have however found so much friendship on…

Covid-19 and Special needs.

How are you coping at the moment with this new way of life?  as we carefully keep our distance from those that we really want to just fling our arms around and hug.  Today in England it is warm, bright and sunny so the day is passing fairly pleasantly for me, but my son Simon…

Pefectly imperfect.

How are you feeling as we make our way into the coming New Year?  Are you excited? with a list of new years resolutions, and plans to improve on the year gone by.  Or are you feeling the January blues, a little sad that Christmas is over and maybe wishing that you hadnt eaten quite…

The grand age of 1. (Happy birthday Arlo)

Well, I'll take the  'all-wise'  part, but I think I have a while to go before I'm labelled prehistoric.  I do however agree with the fact that being a grandmother is wonderful, and I'm quite sure that I'm not on my own with that feeling. Those of you who follow my blog will know that…

Lambs in the Peaks.

The days are getting lighter and longer, and row upon row of daffodils, like long-legged ladies in bonnets are swaying from side to side in the easterly wind. However,  nothing says 'Spring is coming' more to me than the arrival of adorable fluffy white lambs in the fields.  I've always got my camera at the…

When the timing is right.

2018 has been a year of significant change for this Sussex girl in the Midlands, and avid 'rose tinted spectacle' wearer.  Looking back as I come to the end of the first week of 2019,  I am amazed at the changes that have occurred, and am immensely proud of the way in which my family…