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The Spider Who Spoke

A few weeks ago my daughter had been out on her bike and on removing her helmet we found the largest spider EVER.   I am ashamed to say I am a spider killer.  I've squashed them, flushed them and... Continue Reading →

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The Finger Prince

Writing is not my 'real' job. *sniff I work in education - yay! Recently I have been studying the benefits of Emerging Literacy, and indeed focusing on a developmental approach to Literacy.  This work has been predominantly linked to work... Continue Reading →

The Baby who Loved to Sleep

It's almost three years ago to the day that I became 'Mummy' and I was lucky to have a lovely group of Mums (miss you guys) to hang out with.  We regularly discussed the highs and the lows, the tears... Continue Reading →

A Dog Named Kai

I have been digging through my old notebooks recently to have a look at some of the stories I have started but never finished (there are quite a few!). 'A Dog Named Kai' was started in February 2015 when a... Continue Reading →

Alma and the Problem with the Beard

I had a Dad with a beard.  It didn't really bother me, in fact I would say I didn't really notice that other Dads didn't have beards.  The beard was just ways there.  Yet, when Alma called me to ask... Continue Reading →

I Love Birthdays

Sharing this story with you brings back mixed emotions.  In 2012 I travelled to Kenya with Mary's Meals and my husbands charity One Feeds Two (www.onefeedstwo.org), at that time known as The Elephant Juice Soup Company.  In 2010 my husband... Continue Reading →

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