School is studying the Romans. As our local Roman town is a bit scarce of things, we headed to Bath ( Aquæ Sulis (“the waters of Sulis”)). We met up with her third cousin and family where we had a … Continue reading
After months of trying, Worrybomb got her Pen Licence from school. She can now use pens in class. She has mentioned it a few times, she was disappointed that “everyone else had one but her”. But when she got hers, … Continue reading
Its nearly Christmas so the three of us went up to London to see the lights, blow some glass and have some fun. Someone in SWT has a sense of humor, I remember seeing something similar a few years back. … Continue reading
It was cold and blustery, but we needed to get out for a walk, so White Horse Hill ( a family favourite ) called. When I was studying, I remember it was a thing to see how many people you … Continue reading
Worrybomb celebrated Guy Fawkes night. With rockets, sparklers and some (s)marshmallows we headed up to the hill. Between setting fire to things I managed to take a few photos of the girls and their sparklers.
We went to Venice ! We had a few days to see the city, eat well, drink a Spritz and count lions and well heads. It was Worrybombs first overseas trip with me. Italy is a lovely place to go, my … Continue reading
We had a lovely surprise visitor at the weekend ! The Downunder Auntie ( from the westside ) came to say hi. We havent seen her since 2011 and it was lovely to catch up and hopefully in a year or … Continue reading
We have been out riding in the last days of the summer. We rode over to L and went out. On our ride we saw a cross-country cycle race in and around one of the local parks. We watched the … Continue reading
December means advent calendars ! Worrybomb has several, a new one from Auntie C with pockets for each day, a chocolate one and an advent candle. Not long until Christmas !
We finally managed to get the diaries of Nanny J and S together with our own and we all went down to the historic naval docks in Portsmouth. The weather was a little grim, but we got to see the … Continue reading
With Spring trying to push its way in, we went out to explore an underground church nearby. All that remains of St Nicholas church is the Norman crypt, which gives it its “Buried” title. The ancient crypt, excavated in 1929, … Continue reading