The havoc of tiny fingers and tiny toes

So the other day we had a few friends over for dinner. One of these couples have a baby under 2 years of age.

Now I am not the world’s cleanest person (Cue : Hubby’s snort of derision). It takes monumental willpower for me to summon the cleaning goddess within me and to make the house spic and span.

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The value of Mr. M

The worst feeling in the world is when your office Administrative Assistant is on leave for an extended period of time. Our Mr. M works tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure that everything in the office runs smoothly. He anticipates our needs before we even realize we have those needs and quietly meets them.

He has been away now for three weeks and almost another week looms ominously ahead of us before he returns to our loving, welcoming, demanding arms.

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A Bibliophile’s Dream Come True

I am a bibliophile.

I am ashamed to admit that I buy way more books than I read. My husband, although initially incredibly supportive of my hoarding habit (as all newly wed husbands tend to be of their wife’s fleeting passions), has now imposed a ban on any further books entering our home. Poor guy still thinks he has a say. Shhhhh… let’s not burst his bubble just yet, shall we?

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Elocution competitions – The Devil’s Doing

I firmly believe that elocution competitions are the devil’s devious doing. Why you ask? Let’s just say that my experiences with public speaking have not ended well. Read on for more details.

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