My Dear Readers, I am thrilled to announce my new venture for which I have spent a good part of the last year training for and practicing.  It seems to be a natural evolution for me to have reached this space and I have all of you and your constant support and great feedback to […]

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It’s been awhile since I have blogged about the boys.  Why? Hmm…. let’s see… I’ve been quite busy pulling them off window handles, making sure they don’t fall off the fridge while monkey climbing them up, rescuing small items from the house that get stuffed behind radiators or chucked out windows…. etc. etc. etc…. But […]

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I bow down to you, Srimati Navabhai Punjabi. I could not have known a more real woman of substance than my husband’s late paternal grandmother. Having never lived with my own grandparents and only visited them during summer holidays, I had never really understood what it was like to live with a grandparent until I […]

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Day 8:  And a new week begins… ————— In our busy and hectic lives, sometimes we forget to stop and smile, hold back a laugh, or get pulled down by unhappy people. Then we have the continuous depressing reality of the world at large with senseless murders, wars, etc. and the wrath of Mother Nature. […]

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Day 7:  Sunday, Fun Day ————— In our busy and hectic lives, sometimes we forget to stop and smile, hold back a laugh, or get pulled down by unhappy people. Then we have the continuous depressing reality of the world at large with senseless murders, wars, etc. and the wrath of Mother Nature. Not too […]

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Day 6: Saturday… the Weekend… so much to smile about… ————————– In our busy and hectic lives, sometimes we forget to stop and smile, hold back a laugh, or get pulled down by unhappy people. Then we have the continuous depressing reality of the world at large with senseless murders, wars, etc. and the wrath […]

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Day 5:  (so not fair people, you’re sending me private messages!)  Share … share… share… ———– In our busy and hectic lives, sometimes we forget to stop and smile, hold back a laugh, or get pulled down by unhappy people. Then we have the continuous depressing reality of the world at large with senseless murders, […]

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I was reading The Week and came across an interesting fact: apparently one in four British women go clubbing with their mothers, according to a Usurv survey; 36% invite their mothers to social events with their friends. Reading this made me smile at first. I then had this bizarre mental image of being invited by […]

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So yes, I am back in London now, safe and dry but boy, what a weekend! I love the Big Apple (still haven’t worked out why it is called that – references to a Big, Sweet, Juicy Prize have been found but then I don’t believe everything I read on Wikipedia)! They say that all […]

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