Happy Easter my lovelies! I hope that your Easter is filled with lots of delicious chocolate, time spent with your favourite people and cute fluffy bunnies. I will be on the Isle of Arran, on account of a last minute decision to Go Somewhere. P and I realised we both had a long… Continue reading Happy Easter!
If I tried to tell you when I acquired this book, I would fail. It seems like its been on my shelves, waiting patiently, for quite some time, but exactly how long is a mystery. I have a bad habit of putting books off for all kinds of reasons, and since this is a mathematics… Continue reading Book review: The Simpsons and their Mathematical Secrets
Spring has well and truly sprung and I’m starting to see progress with almost everything I’ve planted. I’m starting wonder if I might have got a little carried away, but I’m already thinking about next year. For example, while I considered things like raised beds, mini greenhouses and compost bins this year, I didn’t want… Continue reading Gardening update: April
I don’t often order Chinese food. Mostly this is because P doesn’t like it, and we tend to share meals. This means that, should he be away for an evening, I’m often tempted to take the opportunity and get a takeaway, without feeling guilty that there’s nothing on the menu that he’ll like. This happened… Continue reading Takeaway: Canton Chinese, Falkirk
I didn’t think I missed having a garden. Before I lived in Glasgow I lived with my family and we’d always had a garden but when I moved I lived in shared flats and never did. Sometimes we’d have a shared garden or yard area, but never anything that was allocated to just one particular… Continue reading The simple privilege of having a garden
Last week I visited the Citizen’s Theatre for the opening night of Noël Coward’s, Hay Fever. Until last year I’d never seen a Noel Coward play, but I put that right by going to see Private Lives at the Theatre Royal. Having really enjoyed it, I was quite looking forward to this show. Hay Fever… Continue reading Theatre: Hay Fever at the Citizen’s Theatre, Glasgow
See what I did there? Oh whatever, it was that or eggstravagant. Although, it now occurs to me that we’ve all been missing out on an extra pun level by not being Sean Connery when we talk about Eggsellent Easter stuff. Anyway, moving swiftly on. Originally this was going to be a selection of lovely… Continue reading Five eggsellent Easter nail polish shades