Tag Archives: Horses

Steady Eddie (not his real name)

It has been a long time since I posted here – and not for lack of material, more for lack of spare space in my head and time.   We’ve been busy. So here is a photographic blog recording our return … Continue reading

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School in the Swing and Things

It really is no chore to take my lovely husband to the station first thing in the morning when the station’s neighbour welcomes us like this! Having wished him well for the day, I returned home to see the Carneddau … Continue reading

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A Summer to Remember

“A Summer to remember” he said, describing all that has happened so far. What an accurate description. Camp was a great success. Rich Tea Boy loved it and talked and talked and talked (he’s good at that) about everything that … Continue reading

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“It’s OK Mum”

We took Dapple-bum out today.  It was my first time of seeing him driven let alone being driven by him.  Longshanks was very confident even when he did a rocking horse impression.  Some of our conversations went like this: Longshanks:  … Continue reading

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So Much to Say and So Little Time

Welcome Summer and “Welcome June”!  You are always very welcome in this household.  We do love you!  It is whole month since I last wrote an update or family anecdote.  That is because we’ve been having so much fun. Summer … Continue reading

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No Time for Writing

Yesterday, someone turned over the Erddig Calendar in the kitchen and there were a bunch of gorgeous faces I recognise – all look so young.  But the point is, is May really here already? The boys did their Carneddau climb … Continue reading

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I Really Must Blow the Dust Off My Camera

And take some decent pictures. Today was not an ordinary home educating day.  It was an extraordinary celebration of spring weather and an adaption of circumstance to fit a certain situation.  So I decided to keep a photographic record of … Continue reading

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