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I read the book about a year ago... A real page turner. There are very few movies that compare well to the book. The more I see and hear about this movie the less I want to see it.
Comment on The Girl on a Train--a Movie Review - Oct 9, 2016 2:24 PM ()
Best of luck with your interview.
Comment on The Cat Whisperer - Aug 30, 2016 2:48 PM ()
I know this is common practice in Scandinavia. It is also being spoken about in Scotland to try and introduce it here. I think actually giving new mothers useful items is better than vouchers etc. That can be the case here as part of the benefits system in Britain.

I'm sure the boxes won't cost a great deal and I'm sure the pharmaceutical companies help a bit to stock them. If they don't hey should.
Comment on Baby in a Box - Aug 25, 2016 2:01 AM ()
Breast feeding is great as long as it suits you and your baby. Not everyone is able to have supply meet demand etc. Mastitis was my big issue. My first born was tiny and my boobs were bigger than his head and my initial milk production was far greater than demand for a few weeks until a feeding pattern was established. I often had hot, tender, engorged breasts and was always on the look out for Savoy cabbage leaves! Not very attractive to have a green leaf sticking outta your bra but what relief it did bring.
Comment on An Update - July 15, 2013 12:11 AM ()
I think this is a great idea. That said Royal Mail are away to put the price of our stamps up to a rediculous level at the end of the month!
Comment on Cluster Mailboxes - Apr 24, 2012 1:54 AM ()
Very pretty... I loved when my babies were small enough to wear beautiful hand knitted cardigans etc.
Comment on Forgotten But Not Gone - Apr 24, 2012 1:49 AM ()
I haven't heard of this, but being in the UK that probably isn't a surprise though. You have to wonder at these "reality" shows as to how much is reality and how much scripted and directed. Good to see how the other half live though
Comment on Duck Dynasty - Apr 24, 2012 1:43 AM ()
Most weddings I have been to are normally traditional scottish affairs. Kilts, bagpipes and ceilidh dancing. It is great to get a chance of different traditions and customs though. Vodka=sorehead!!
Comment on Weekend - Apr 23, 2012 6:37 AM ()
All my socks are partnerless!! Odd socks are cool though?!
Comment on For Jeri! - Apr 23, 2012 6:25 AM ()
We are lucky over here in that we have the National Health Service which means that you can just walk in and you will get the best treatment available in your area. Although the way David Cameron and Co are going it will be divvied up to various private firms resulting in a poor shadow of it's former self.
Comment on What Do You Think? - Apr 23, 2012 5:41 AM ()
Yeah...... she looks none too chuffed!!
Comment on Flea Bath - Mar 21, 2012 5:30 AM ()
My best was pretending to be pregnant when I was desperate for the loo. I shouldn't be impressed that folk fell for it as it means my stomach crunches aren't working .... But hey when you gotta go!!!
Comment on Fake it Until You Make It! - Mar 19, 2012 12:35 PM ()
Looks interesting - Might try it when we have spuds that have been on the go awhile and their skin isn't so tasty to eat.
Comment on Easy Potato Peeling Method - Mar 30, 2011 2:10 AM ()
L and R socks that is way too funny - must have been designed by a bloke!! DOH!!
Comment on Simply Socks - Mar 29, 2011 4:16 AM ()
Hope you are feeling better soon
Comment on Wishing I'd Had My Flu Shot - Mar 29, 2011 4:14 AM ()

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