Time to strike a blow for the bad reputation of scottish weather (it’s wetness in particular). When, to be honest, I would not mind a few degrees more at times, Continue reading unicorn law
It happened again – nothing but constant sunshine out of an immaculate blue sky, for the second day straight in a row.
Tonight’s big TV debate between Darling and Salmond was an uneven match. Salmond punched harder, leaving Darling tumbling at times, he had the audible audience on his side a lot and in concluding Continue reading cross roads
Last week saw the “Inverness book festival” take place, with sessions for adults and kids in and around Eden Court. Most events were sold out in advance, yet I managed to sneak in two workshops and attend a few readings.
Four weeks from today will be the day after the referendum on scottish independence. Lately supporters of either side have Continue reading 28 days
Today was T’s first day in nursery, she was up and dressed in the (very) early hours of the day, full of excitement, ready to explore. My mum once told me that when I started going to kindergarten, I would wake Continue reading wee sheep
It’s very plausible that from a scottish perspective, the network coverage here for mobile signals is a strong argument for independence.
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When there’s kids around, at least then, one avoids swearing, you learn this is essential the hard way once your own kids start talking. T was around three when she realized that repeating the sound “f*ck” will have an immediate effect. Continue reading ducking sail