Lockdown Easter lunchtime

Continuation of Easter morning

We seem to have a problem with our guinea pigs.

Guinea pigs Nugget and Oreo with their trusty owner Girl Child.

After we feasted on our Easter breakfast, everyone went off to do their own thing.

I was sitting on my bed trying to finish reading an ebook that is due today. Since someone else had put it on hold it will disappear from my phone tonight and I’m only half-way through.

Anyway, my girl comes in and interrupts me. I look up and ask her what’s up. Continue reading “Lockdown Easter lunchtime”

The Monkey Bread saga – part 2

The continuation of the Monkey Bread saga continues…click here for part 1 from yesterday.

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My tween girl and I were baking bread (me) and Monkey Bread (her).Β  While the doughs were rising, and the dishes piling up, and I had my back turned for a moment, she disappeared.

Because, kids. πŸ™ƒ Continue reading “The Monkey Bread saga – part 2”

English language rules and why they can/should/must be broken (sometimes)

This is the worst title in the history of blog post titles ever constructed by a blogger. Thank you, I’ll take that award now. 😜 Continue reading “English language rules and why they can/should/must be broken (sometimes)”

The names we give our pets

Before I launch into another depressing weekend of rain, cold and no sun, let’s do something fun!

Let’s think up pet names. πŸ™‚

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Choosing a topic when writing a letter by hand

I used to write a lot of letters. Partly this was to stay in touch with my family in Europe after we left to move to Canada when I was 11. My grandmother in particular enjoyed the letters and always responded.

I looked forward to her mail. ❀

Continue reading “Choosing a topic when writing a letter by hand”