Today I am on my best behaviour as I am expecting guests from blogging community Secret’s in the Sauce.
Anyone who is new here today, welcome welcome welcome, it’s great to have you here.
I’m a British mum of two children – aged 6 and 3 – and recently gave up a stressful job as features editor on a daily newspaper to set up in business from home.
My children gripe about how I love my computer more than them and that I’m alllllllways tapping away instead of listening to them demand another yoghurt or to join in their wrestling match (did I mention one of my children is a girl?) but at least I now get to take them to school and nursery every morning and not waste valuable time shouting at other motorists on the motorway.
Really, it’s great to have you all here and I thank you in advance for your comments.
For the uninitiated, Secret’s in the Sauce is a ‘sistahood’ of bloggers all with one thing in mind – to support and encourage fellow bloggers with comments galore.
So if you’re a regular here you are going to have to SHOUT LOUD to be heard today and if you’re Dave Fowler, Turf Dad, Single Parent Dad or Blogger Dad you’re going to have to tone down your comments, just this once. Tut, it’s always the men isn’t it . . .
And I’ll leave you with this gem from my 6 year old son today:
“In the olden days, old ladies used to say that if you pulled a face and then the wind changed, you would stay like that.
“But that doesn’t happen any more. The wind must be different or something, but it doesn’t make your face stick any more.
“Or old ladies used to lie, I suppose it could have been that too.”