Ordering Stoma Supplies

I recently saw a post on Facebook with a lady saying she had finally got around to sorting and organising her stoma supplies.  Unfortunately, it wasn't the  tidiness that caught my eye - but the sheer amount of products she had stockpiled.  Me and Ste both have ostomies and have nowhere near that amount and … Continue reading Ordering Stoma Supplies

November Favourites

I haven't done a favourites post in a while and thought #blogmas was the perfect time to bring it back.  Here is what I have been loving this month. Netflix - Salem I have been watching this while Ste has been in hospital as it isn't really his cup of tea.  I have really been … Continue reading November Favourites

December Challenge

Good morning and happy December to you all!  It is one of my favourite months, I love all things festive and spending so much family time having fun!  What are you looking forward to this month? Last Month's Challenge In November I set myself a challenge to give myself some time each day to complete … Continue reading December Challenge

The Snowman Tour – Christmas 2018

I know, I know it is only September -  but I am already in planning mode for Christmas!  As I only have the boys for half of the holidays and every other weekend in the lead up to Christmas, I have to be especially on the ball and make sure I book things early so … Continue reading The Snowman Tour – Christmas 2018

BlogMas Day Twenty One – Our Favourite Children’s Christmas Stories

So today me and the boys are sharing our favourite Christmas stories which we like to read at this time of year.  I love reading and it is something I have encouraged from a young age with the boys.  They are both now very good readers and enjoy doing so.  Every year they get a … Continue reading BlogMas Day Twenty One – Our Favourite Children’s Christmas Stories

BlogMas Day Nineteen – Book Review – Hark! The Biography Of Christmas

This is another of the Christmas themed books I have recently read and really enjoyed. It is written by Paul Karensa and the foreword by Chris Evans is a great introduction. The Blurb In this delightful sleigh ride through Christmas history, Paul Kerensa answers the festive questions you never thought to ask… Did Cromwell help … Continue reading BlogMas Day Nineteen – Book Review – Hark! The Biography Of Christmas

BlogMas Day Fourteen – The Winter Tag

I recently saw this over at LOVE-ALMA.COM and decided to give it a whirl after seeing her answers! Hope you will all join in! WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE HOLIDAY TRADITION? One of my favourites is still getting my Dad to go downstairs first on Christmas morning to check 'he has been'.  He always come back … Continue reading BlogMas Day Fourteen – The Winter Tag

BlogMas Day Nine – Spoonie Christmas Challenge

WHAT ILLNESSES DO YOU SUFFER WITH? I have rheumatoid arthritis, Crohns disease, an ileostomy, ostopenia, high blood pressure and iritis WHAT'S THE CRAZIEST 'CURE' SOMEONE HAS EVER OFFERED YOU? Well according to one GP I saw (yes a doctor), I shouldn't need a bone scan because I am too young to suffer from these issues! … Continue reading BlogMas Day Nine – Spoonie Christmas Challenge

BlogMas Day Seven – Book Review – The Usual Santas: A Collection of Soho Crime Christmas Capers

So I thought I would share some of the festive books I have read and have been published lately which are wonderful for getting in the Christmas spirit. The Usual Santas: A Collection of Soho Crime Christmas Capers is a collection of eighteen festive short stories by a range of authors.  I haven't read a … Continue reading BlogMas Day Seven – Book Review – The Usual Santas: A Collection of Soho Crime Christmas Capers

BlogMas Day Five – Christmas Tree, O’ Christmas Tree

I had planned to do a speed decorating video of me doing the tree but it didn't quite work out what with the absolutely hectic end to last week so I thought I would share some pictures and tell you where I got some of our Christmas decorations from in a post instead! I decided … Continue reading BlogMas Day Five – Christmas Tree, O’ Christmas Tree