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May – when it rains it pours…

And I don’t mean the weather, which has actually been quite decent recently. No, this time it’s COVID. Everything was going so well. School was back up and running after the Easter break, the sun was shining, restrictions had been relaxed slightly and I’d had my second jab. Then our feet were swept from underneath us. First we were notified that my daughter’s school … Read More May – when it rains it pours…

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April – it’s all change.

I cannot believe we are already through the first quarter of 2021. It’s utter madness! I know in some ways we were sat around wishing the days away until lockdown restrictions were lifted (Sorry to anyone in Europe at the moment.), but now it’s happened it makes me sad to think about all the time we have lost, so much so I refuse to … Read More April – it’s all change.

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March – the hibernation is over!

Whether it’s the arrival of the big yellow ball in the sky, the emergence of cheerful snowdrops and daffodils waving in the breeze, or the words of hope and encouragement from Boris and his well talked about roadmap, something feels different. The atmosphere seems clearer and less oppressive. We can all breathe a sigh of relief that schools are set to reopen their doors … Read More March – the hibernation is over!

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February – another new start?

That was a bit of a flop! I don’t know about you but January felt like I was running multiple marathons and spinning plates while someone was shooting at my feet for fun. I’m not going to lie, it was HARD. I set off into January with such good intentions, buoyed by the knowledge that my husband wasn’t going back to work until around … Read More February – another new start?

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January – out with the old…

…in with the_________________. I’ll leave you to fill in the blank. I hope you’ve all had a great festive season and are sufficiently overstuffed with mince pies, mulled wine and chocolates. It was pretty tame and quiet here in chilly Yorkshire. Normally the week leading up to Christmas, I embark on a great journey with my daughter in tow, heading down to the Midlands … Read More January – out with the old…