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Chatsworth

Much belated photos from Chatsworth, which we visited at the end of April on a day of torrential rain. We loved, loved, loved the house, and Emily took lots of photos of the details and furniture she liked, being particularly … Continue reading

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Teenager!

Emily was 13 on the 2nd January πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ After a lovely New Year’s Eve (the picture of Emily in the green dress was NYE), I spent most of New Year’s Day, as ever, getting things ready for her birthday … Continue reading

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Catch Up #6 ~ Other Home Ed

English literature is going surprisingly well – Emily’s now half way through Lord of the Flies and has been working hard, chapter by chapter, on the analysis questions we found in this book from the library. She’s not exactly enthusiastic … Continue reading

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On Being 40

It was my 40th birthday yesterday. Surprisingly, this being 40 lark isn’t as bad as it might seem. I feel very positive about the future (for now), despite business chaos, father in law woes and a complete and utter lack … Continue reading

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Good News Just Keeps Coming

Hmm, we must be in a good patch. Hope it lasts! Several uber-exciting things are happening at the moment. First off, Jon’s finally going to make his debut as a platform medium in August πŸ™‚ It’s excellent timing as he’s … Continue reading

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Progress and a Proposal

Apart from my maudlin moment in the last post, the last ten days have been good, with much progress and a proposal. No, not the marrying kind, the book kind. I have finally finished the book proposal for Moon Surfing … Continue reading

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London Calling

It was, says Emily, one of the best experiences of her life. She’s referring, of course, to the tour of the Houses of Parliament we enjoyed on our London trip, and in particular to being able to stand at the … Continue reading

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