Oh no, here she comes again full of comforting smiles and familiar phrases. Leech-like in her tenacity, she won’t leave me alone anymore. I’ve done everything I can from the subtle to the full on, head – brickwall – obvious.
It can only mean one thing and I’m awol at the moment talking about it and preparing for Saturday. Read more here…
What a weekend! Proof that virtual friendship can be the perfect platform for good, old-fashioned face-to-face friendship. I had already tested this theory once before with the lovely Caroline, but one swallow doesn’t make a summer, so it was with
It’s Sleep is for the Weak‘s first birthday today! Hard to believe that someone I think of as such an accomplished blogger has only been ‘at it’ for that long. Josie’s writing workshop is a little piece of wonderful in
I was ‘talking’ to Bumbling Along the other night when she said this. It sparked something in me, made me start thinking about the voices we attach to our virtual friends and what cues we use to form these decisions.
It’s birthday party season again in the Battling On household. Every weekend involves at least one wunderkind attending someone’s party somewhere in the county, and boy have I been clocking up the miles dropping off and picking up. Every party
Those are generally the words I use to turf the the Boy Wonder off his DS. We’ve arrived at half an hour through a series of (almost) scientific experiments which focus on the ratio between time sat stationary staring at
High excitement today at Battling On after it was revealed that I’ve been shortlisted for Most Inspirational MAD Blog in the MAD Blog Awards 2010. I’m there with 4 other bloggers, a couple of whom I know and respect enormously,
Driving my children home from school yesterday I slowed as I made my way down a busy residential road, eyes focussed on the middle distance, ears tuning in to an alien sound…. A loud hailer playing something akin to fairground