When Lego Explorer Visits Killerton, a National Trust property near Exeter in Devon.
I can’t help but love watching the sun set over the Mid Devon hills.
When Little Explorer played with the chickens at Greendale Farm, Near Exeter in Devon.
“There’s no such thing as the Gruffalo” he said.
But Lego dad had been wrong before.
Yesterday, wasn’t a noteworthy day, until the night went on and conflicting reports came in from Manchester. Manchester, my university city for four years, the people who welcomed me, and a place I called home, and very nearly stayed.
Today, I awoke to news of children targeted at a concert. Not random people in a country far away, but faces that don’t look too far from the same age as my daughter in a city I love.
So many questions, but what I do know is that there were more heroes involved than people responsible for what happened. I know that Manchester is a city that is facing this as one. And I know that events like this remind us to appreciate and show love to the ones around, and not to wait till tomorrow.
But to do it today.
“I had made mistakes before, letting her bury me in the sand was a particularly big one”
Inspired after a really lovely morning with the little one.
Well I thought it was lovely…
Darth May was confused why people were questioning why she called an election.
Her Publicity Machine made it quite clear…
Its a little complicated, and not a short story, but we brought a new bike from Halfords for the Little One today.
After the fun of choosing, racing around the store, and walking out Halfords with the new bike, we took it for a test drive down on the Exeter Canal. Double Locks was the obvious place for a
cider break rest place.
Please see Tales From The Toyshelf, if you’re confused about the Lego guys.
He was told this was a Easter Hat…