(or the joys of heat and mass transfer for woven and non-woven fabrics versus ambient humidity and air circulation rates) Advertisements
July was an expensive month! A great month for what we did together but some long time coming spending came to bite us. It was also the 1 year blog anniversary – I hope you’ve enjoyed reading.
This weekend we had our first guests from AirBnB in a year. How did it go and will we stick with it?
Last night I was walking around the neighbourhood on a warm summer’s evening. In part to give the Master and Little Lady some exercise and to give the Lady a few minutes of peace at home. In part to find some wild strawberries that grow near us. Nothing beats a bit of family foraging
This weekend three great things happened. First of all an old friend came to visit. Secondly, GFF and the Lady are back on the Sauce and finally, another couple (or two) staying with us announced that they are expecting another baby.
Just a quick update on the whole digital detox thing that I’m doing for Lent. Basically, no phone after 5pm on weeks days I’m not working and that sort of includes the weekend.
There are two topics of conversation that gets (British) people talking and that’s the weather, house prices and Brexit. I’ll leave the former and the latter for another day. So, we are mad obsessed with house prices, but are rising house prices a friend or foe?
A very quick post about Lent. GFF is a lapsed Catholic but firmly believes in Lent. There’s enough rubbish already (like Movember, Januadry and March)*
Everyone knows that a big house is the sign that you are a success in life and if you don’t have one by the time you hit 30, you are a loser! Property is the best asset class and the ladder to the riches you deserve. Millennials take note, it has never been easier to […]
how having quiet family time beats a midday pint any day of the week.