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My Son’s Hopes Aged 11

My hope is to get a GCSE in ICT, Literacy, DT and Maths. Then get A-Lvels of B-Tec course is college. Then pass a Degree in computers (gaming and design). My vision is to travel around the world. Get an apprenticeship. Make a profitable business as a games maker and tester.

What Were The Best Bits Of #BritMums Live?

Yesterday I told you all the worst bits of my BritMums Live weekend so here goes with the really good stuff in no particular order. 1. I got a night away with Him Indoors whilst the little darlings went to stay with my step-daughter.  So whilst other bloggers were out to dinner, I was making … Continue reading

Going AWOL and Reasons To Be Cheerful

I won’t be blogging for the next couple of days. I am going AWOL and heading for London to attend BritMums Live,  the conference for parents who blog. It wouldn’t be a normal week if I didn’t write down my reasons for smiling though so before I start panic packing, here are my positives this … Continue reading

Why Am I Cheerful This Week?

It is the time to celebrate my reasons to be cheerful this week. 1. Yesterday I had a day out in London with my 11 year old son.  It was great to have some one on one time with him.  We attended a blogger event and I did not know anyone there although knew their … Continue reading

Divine Chocolate – A Review

Do you like chocolate?  Is that a really silly question? I was lucky enough to be sent some Divine Chocolate to review. It was a generously-sized bar of the dark chocolate with orange and ginger.  I loved the taste although it took me a few minutes to get used to the texture presumably orange or … Continue reading

Wild Trail – Wholegrain Popcorn Cereal Bar

Wild Trail, the award-winning wholegrain popcorn cereal bar proudly made in Great Britain, is delighted to announce its launch in Sainsbury’s. Wild Trail’s delicious Double Cut Cranberry and Fruit & Double Nut bars will be available to purchase in triple packs at selected Sainsbury’s from 24th June.  The 135g packs retail at £2.39 and can … Continue reading