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Scattered Showers

In this new world I am living I watch TV on an evening. I usually don’t sit down until late, the boxes seem to be getting smaller, but we are still finding things. 814 more words


My secret...

Hey all,

So! I have a secret to share with all my readers, it’s something I have felt very ashamed to admit but deep down I’m sure there are other mums out there that felt the way I did… 663 more words


Back To School Night

Last night was Back to School Night. We have it the night before school starts. I like it this way. It helps to alleviate a lot of anxiety for both teachers and students – and I’d suspect some parents too. 106 more words


The Road Trip by Jerry Cole

AUTHOR’S BLURB: College graduation usually signals the beginning of independence, the end of any remnants of adolescence and childhood, and a time for embarking on new and exciting ventures. 413 more words


The Roots

“Remember your roots,” was the very last thing I heard my Mother say through a tear soaked face after she hugged me goodbye. I tried to tell her moving to Germany isn’t forever, and that I’d see her again soon, but since I was too task oriented with all the last minute details I needed to accomplish before exiting my life the next day, I couldn’t quite grasp the heaviness of the moment. 1,087 more words

Do You Hold Someone's Hand? If So, Here's Some Encouragement For You!

Are you a person who holds the hand of another?

Are you a parent who leads a child by the hand while running errands, walking into school, or using both your hands to steady an emerging-walker while he takes those first wobbly steps? 369 more words


Sun, Sea & Sugars. 

There are three main events in the Peace calendar that we look forward to every year. Camping with the nursery gang, Glastonbury festival and our annual pilgrimage to Ibiza’s Camping Cala Nova which we have been coming to for the last three years, since Arlo was diagnosed. 796 more words

Tales From The Peaces