After spending many a journey on trains it may come as no surprise that the Beans are young train fanatics. It takes me back to my childhood going on the trains to London with my Mum to see my Aunt/Uncle and Cousins. Last weekend we travelled over to Ludborough near Louth in Lincolnshire to . . . → Read More: When the Beans met Santa on the Santa Special Steam Train
TSB are currently trying to highlight some of the top obstacles facing newlyweds so soon after the large expense of their big day. Working with TSB I have been asked to share with you how we worked hard to pay for our Wedding Day . . .
Before Hubby and I married, I remember people . . . → Read More: How we saved for the biggest day our lives . . .
When you think of Christmasses gone by, what memories spring to mind? Do you reminisce over time spent with family and loved ones, do you smile at the thought of gifts received or special celebrations?
For me Christmas has always been about family. Up until the age of 11 my Mum and I lived . . . → Read More: Memories of Christmas past . . .
You may have noticed that I haven’t been posting very much personal stuff recently. There are a couple of reasons for that, one is that Christmas is coming and I have so many great products to tell you about in case you are stuck for ideas and the other is that I just haven’t been . . . → Read More: It’s time for a change . . .
So last night we braved the cold (but thankfully not too wet) evening to take the Beans to watch the fireworks display at the local Rugby Club. It’s the same one that we go to every year because they put on a good display, it’s not too expensive and it’s only just up the road. . . . → Read More: Fireworks Night 2014 – what did Jelly Bean think?
I am never normally one to be thankful for the Bean’s returning to school *dashes off to check previous posts* because I look forward to the school holidays and getting my Beans back, planning fun things to do and spending lots of quality time together so this half term holiday was no different. My Mum . . . → Read More: Thank goodness half term is over!
I received a letter home from Beanie Boy’s new preschool asking if he could take it any little ‘treasures’ that he might find whilst out walking as they are talking about Autumn now. Well we often go for a walk around our village and the Beans are always bringing something home with them so last . . . → Read More: Look what we found on our Autumn walk!
As the weekend began our neighbours probably thought we were a little more odd than usual. Whilst they were snuggling up in front of the TV, Hubby and I were out in the garden lighting a fire! Such is the life of a blogger!!
During the Summer I had been sent a Certainly Wood Fire . . . → Read More: Hanging onto Summer with Certainly Wood
Nanny and Grandad got their first puppy ‘George’ a few months ago. George is a Toy Poodle and he’s a very cute and fluffy little chap with LOADS of energy. He bounces about more than Zebedee and looks like black candy floss – I have a soft spot for him. Nanny and Grandad love We . . . → Read More: When the Beans met Buddy!
By chance I saw the advertisements for the Peterborough Arts Festival and the programme looked fun, there were plenty of acts which the Beans would enjoy watching so we popped into the City on Saturday evening and again on Sunday. The Beans LOVED it, such a shame that we didn’t have time to see more . . . → Read More: Peterborough Arts Festival in Pictures