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- V is for Vet 4 months ago We have had visitors from the UK recently. On a day out to Philadelphia they came across a homeless person sitting on the pavement/sidewalk holding a sign that said “Homeless Vet.” “Oh,” said their 13 year-old daughter, “but I thought vets earned a lot of money.” I’ll let that sink in...
- C is for Commercial break 6 months ago In the last day or so I’ve done a bit of digging on why we have commercial breaks on TV in the States but adverts in the UK. So far, no treasure. Both seem to have french roots but I can’t find any more information or any funny stories to tell about it. So instead,... Read More
- E is for Emergency Flashers 6 months ago Child 1 sat and passed his driving test last month. This is frightening in many ways. For starters he is still only 16 and even though he has had a broken leg in the past year and showed no interest in getting his permit for months after his 16th birthday he has still managed to... Read More
- B is for broil 8 months ago It is not every day that I have cause to pull my copy of The Riverside Chaucer off my bookshelves. In fact, it is so little disturbed that I can clearly see the colour fading from its spine and outer edges at the left and top sides – undeniable evidence that it has not been... Read More
- V is for Vitamins 8 months ago This is not a very serious blog post. In fact I’m not sure how well this – in my mind – totally hilarious episode will translate to the written word. But here we go. Last week Child 3 and I were over in Edinburgh for Spring Break (Easter Holidays) and staying with my mum (mom).... Read More
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