Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner; when you are force fed such literary pieces as a child, you sadly forget these gems

I am probably fooling myself when I say I went to theatre far more in my BC (before children) days but I have recently decided I do not go nearly enough and I want to introduce my sons to the … Continue reading

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The Author and the Country Fair. A poem by Sophia Moseley

When I decided to have a stand at the Mid Somerset Country Fair aka the Shepton Mallet Fair, not only was I going in blind never having done a country fair before but I made the mistake of allowing my … Continue reading

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The Red Arrows, the romance, the wild flying, the red white & blue of First Class Flying

I always want to be the first one to spot them, I want to be the one who shouts out, “There they are, look, over there!” When my sons become bored of the waiting and they have long given up … Continue reading

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The Great Dorset Chilli Festival,

It’s always a risk taking your children to an event that is predominantly food related, especially if it is a food type they are unlikely to try either on the day or in the future, but with a positive tweet … Continue reading

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