Monthly Archives: December 2011

Mamamia! (Part 6)

I hope you all had a lovely Christmas and Hanukkah – Husband did the traditional English roast with all the trimmings on the BBQ no less.  The weather was hot after several weeks of surprisingly London-like rain here. The biggest highlight of … Continue reading

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The Gift That Keeps On Giving

This is not a post about buying livestock in the developing world instead of an i-Microwave for Christmas (although, imagine the touch screen possibilities – Tercero could be trained to make his own porridge at 5am). Nor is this a … Continue reading

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Mamamia! (Part 5)

Mamamia published this one about my little Prima and her career choices today.  I really hope you like it. Thank you for reading and please feel free to comment on the Mamamia site (my silent campaign to convince them that … Continue reading

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Mamamia! (Part 4)

Once again, I forgot to post this piece to my blog. Mamamia published it awhile ago (regular readers of my blog – ie. me and Husband – will recognise it as “My CV”). I thought better late than never, here … Continue reading

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A Fairer Shade of Brown

The children and I recently read a Hindu myth together about how the Goddess Lakshmi (the goddess of wealth) hid from an army of demons in a celestial ocean of milk. When she was eventually rescued by Lord Vishnu, the … Continue reading

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