Did you enter my recent competition to win £50 of vouchers to spend at The Co-operative, not to mention a fun food planner?
Good. I should hope so too.
This is just to let you know that I have now put all of the entries into my magic hi-tech competition hat, and the winner, chosen at random is…
*Annoyingly long X-Factor style pause*
(See, annoying isn’t it?)
Well done Natalie – an email is on it’s way to you as we speak!
If you weren’t lucky this time, fear not, I have a competition to win £70 to spend on shoes here!
I fear that Belle is getting a little cynical.
She came home from school on Friday with the sad news that this year she hadn’t made it into the school dance troupe. “Never mind,” I said, “I’ve got you a little something to make up for it!”
She looked suspicious.
“What if I had got in?” she asked.
“Well, ” I said, caught a little off guard, “it would have been a congratulation present!”
“Did you buy it or do I have to review it?” she asked.
A few weeks ago I was having dinner with some friends. Conversation turned, as it so often does while you’re trying to enjoy your dinner, to talk of something a bit gross. In this case it was plastic surgery.
Now I have always said I would never have plastic surgery. It’s expensive, it’s risky and really, I’d rather spend my time and money on something else. Anything else actually. And what’s the deal anyway with having to change the way we look?? View Post
Like it or not, it’s the time of the year for making well-meaning resolutions. Obviously this year I will be losing weight, getting fit, reading 200 books, donating half my disposable income to charity, that sort of thing.
OK, maybe not, but it’s nice to have a few good intentions, especially after spending most of December eating mince pies and Elizabeth Shaw mints for breakfast. That’s why when I was offered to review Skinny Sprinkles again, and stepped with trepidation onto the scales for the first time in about three months, I thought I’d better say yes. View Post
This week Tesco have been announcing the winners of the Tesco Mum of the Year awards.
Anna Kennedy, like many mums, hasn’t had things easy. When her two sons, Patrick, now 23, and Angelo, 19, where first diagnosed with autism, Anna was told that they were the only children in the area with the condition. Can you imagine how isolating that must have felt? At a time when more than anything you need the support of other local parents in the same situation, you discover that there are none. View Post