For a while now I’ve been noticing things that have changed in our society. Like, ever since we invented farming and settled down, those settlements have been built along trade and transport routes. Whether it’s a bridge or a river or a coastal harbour, natural transport nexus points become settlements. Except that in the last… Continue reading It’s all different now
>Right so. The state of our family so far is that youngest DS has a nursery that he likes (at 2 1/2 he knows his own mind!) and goes there three times a week. Middle DS is going to his local primary and he can walk there with me which is lovely! But the eldest… Continue reading >Hoping for a more settled 2011
>Well, middle DS starts school any day now and youngest is going to nursery three mornings a week, so hopefully I’ll soon get a bit of time to be creative. I’ve got a couple of craft fairs coming up for Christmas so I’d really like to get some stuff made for them… I’m working on… Continue reading >Light at the end of the tunnel
>Well, a lot of water has gone under various interesting bridges. My LSW has been made redundant and has started contracting. This means, for the next eight weeks or so that she’s doing a weekly commute of over 200 miles and I’m home alone with the boys. I’m also home educating the elder two boys… Continue reading >Home education
>There’s a month just gone by. But on the plus side, the garden is well under control. And I am still writing, albeit quite slowly. And I’ve done the entire middle bit of the year planner for 2011. Except for the quarter days, but they can be done in the next couple of days. Either… Continue reading >OMG one whole month went past!