Yes I took the plunge and had my operation on my right wrist in April, it hurt a lot but I wasn’t expecting the effect on my mental health to be worse. I have never been good at asking for help and the control freak in me makes for sheer torture when others don’t do … More Carpal Tunnel & Beyond
Hello for those of you who may have thought I had fallen off planet earth, fear not I’m back! I have had a busy few months baking and working on the nuts and bolts of running a small business. Twenty one years ago I left university having studied English and Geography one of my favourite authors … More Resilient snowflakes
Source: Gluten free Fish & chip supper
After the kitchen was completed I entered what I shall call my blue phase. For a few months it would seem the customers I know exist proved elusive. That was until I revealed a local shop was stocking my gluten, dairy and egg free mince pies. I had to keep pinching myself watching the post views … More Blank canvas
My mum had her knee replacement operation in early June and the last 6 weeks have been filled with trying to support her, my dad and my children with their last few hectic weeks of term. Sympathy not requested just reality and proof that stuff happens in my life like anyones. Mums crutches phase passed … More Cakes, crutches & collywobbles
As a mum of three I knew something was different when Nicholas was born in 2007, his tummy was a funny shape and boy his nappies were weird! At 2 months old he was admitted to Leeds hospital for a rectal biopsy to test if he had a condition called Hirschsprung’s disease, he didn’t and we … More Apple sir?