End of an era

For some reason, my trip to see Aimee last week, brilliant as it was, and I will go into that below, seems to have triggered a slight feeling of sadness within me. In some ways, it feels as though it was the beginning of the process of change. Saying 'goodbye' to your best friend and [...]


One year of blogging

It was exactly one year ago that I made my first post here. I had just finished my exams and I felt pretty low about them because, to be honest, I felt I hadn't done so well. However, it was the start of my gap year, my exciting year of travelling and fun, and I decided [...]

Is it time for bed yet?

Baking for Aimee when I can't be bothered to cook for myself!Wow, what a busy day this is turning out to be. I've only snatched a moment to write a quite blog post while I wait for the oven to heat up so I can shove in a ready meal!Although I'm looking forward to going [...]


Baking for Aimee (also featuring "How many things can go wrong in one day?")

The last period has been a busy one to live through and a dull one to write about. I'm sure you have no problems with guessing why so I simply won't go into all that.Today's been a funny old day with basically everything going wrong that could go wrong from printers breaking, something going wrong [...]


Book review – ‘The Death of Death’ by K.N. Parker

Rating: 3/5 starsPlot:"Death guides usually have rather normal names like John, Mary, Harry, and Jessica. And even ones not quite so normal, like Bartholomew or Ambrosia. They also have the most interesting tales behind their deaths. But one particular death guide has a few problems: she cannot remember her name or the details of her [...]


This is a blog post, if you couldn’t tell!

The last week or so has meandered by quite peacefully. I've been painting, playing music, going to singing lessons generally pottering.As I write, I am procrastinating several things, the Marie Antoinette translation being one of them (don't hurt me), gardening being the other. Quite frankly, I think I might do the gardening first except I'm [...]