Living Arrows 5/52 (2018)

It’s another week of Living Arrows. Every Monday I will be sharing a photo that celebrates childhood. The project originally took its name from a poem – “You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth” – Kahlil Gibran With another week of illness in the house – me this time. We haven’t managed to get out an about as much as I would have liked. I am hoping this next… View Post

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It’s Winnie The Pooh Day

“What day is it?”, asked Winnie the Pooh. “It’s today,” squeaked Piglet. “My favourite day,” said Pooh. ― A.A. Milne Today, January 18th, is the birthday of author A.A. Milne. And it is thus, that today we celebrate what I believe to be his most marvellous creation: Winnie the Pooh.  Author A.A. Milne brought the adorable, honey-loving bear to life in his stories which also featured his son, Christopher Robin. I have always loved Winnie the… View Post

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Living Arrows 3/52 (2018)

It’s another week of Living Arrows. Every Monday I will be sharing a photo that celebrates childhood. The project originally took its name from a poem – “You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth” – Kahlil Gibran   This week has been a fairly quiet week. last weekend was my 40th Birthday and since the excitement of celebrating me getting old it has been a quiet week. Pottering round… View Post

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Looking Forward To Some Summer Sun

Winter is just a few days away and I am already dreaming wistfully of warm sunshine and sandy beaches.  I’m not a fan of the cold weather, if we had some snow then I might enjoy it more. However we have had no snow and I doubt we will get any in Devon. I know It’s not even Christmas yet and I’m already talking about next year’s summer holidays. But it’s certainly worth thinking about now,… View Post

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Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie Review

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie is the newest film by DreamWorks Animation. The film is Based on the book series by Dav Pilkey.     Summary The imaginations fuelling the story are fourth-grade children George and Harold. They break up the monotony of their life at the Jerome Horwitz Elementary School, by drawing comics, playing pranks and generally making each other laugh. They Continually find themselves on the other side of Principal Benny Krupp’s… View Post

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