Both where you come from and the place you choose to make your Home matter. Each will shape your identity and values. Each will have traditions. many of which we come to hold dear.
Adapting to adversity series:
how local businesses are adapting to the pandemic: giving our kids the opportunity to continue developing skills and us the opportunity to support our local community.
Shouldn’t it be in the hard times especially, when you celebrate the good?
“Today, once again, many will feel a painful sense of separation from their loved ones. But now, as then, we know, deep down, that it is the right thing to do.”
The Queen’s televised corona virus address
Having a little patience and empathy will take pressure off people on these new front lines. Let’s respect the work they do for all of us and give them our thanks.
There is wonder in the world standing still. The truth is, it does good to stay home.
Living in a pandemic, also means signage fiesta. What started out as ‘much less dangerous, than the common flu’ has now prompted series of warning signs appearing… Read more “‘STOP DO NOT ENTER’ IT’S A SIGNAGE PARTY”
The UK has followed suit, schools and nurseries are closed unless parents are key workers. Our 4 yo has gone from being in two nurseries three full… Read more “SCHOOL’S OUT: HOW TO KEEP YOUR PRESCHOOLER IN TOUCH WITH THEIR FRIENDS”
Sunday, March 22 we celebrated Mother’s Day here in the UK. Admittedly, I love any reason for a celebration! Yet Mother’s Day and time with my little… Read more “CELEBRATING MOTHER’S DAY IN SELF-ISOLATION”
12 weeks’ ago, I was full of vision of what we, as a family, could achieve in 2020. Being a planner, there was quite a list: sorting… Read more “12 WEEKS: CRIKEY IT’S A PANDEMIC”