Happiness As you may or may not know, due to the accumulated pressure of exams, music and even more exams, I have had to stop doing ballet. I have been dancing since I was 3, and today I had my last ballet lesson which was...Read More
Tag: Darling Daughter’s guest blog
Hello, lovely readers of my mum’s blog. From the few times I have written as a guest on this blog, you may rightly deduce that I think it is wrong to judge a person on how they look without first judging them on what they do. I...Read More
Hello again, lovely readers of my mum’s blog. Usually, I write a guest post then wait for a few months until I have an idea so good, I feel that I can write about it relatively decently. My blog post on catcalling was posted a...Read More
A Guest Post from Miss DD, inspired by a visit from Upper Street Shoes.
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Darling Daughter was set Geography homework to make a cross section model of the earth to illustrate the different layers of the planet. We discussed how best to do this and almost immediately rejected the obvious spherical cake...Read More
In my new school, there are lots of things that I have to get used to: the organisation, the high expectations and the demands of clubs and activities. But in secondary school, almost everyone is worried about one thing in...Read More
I was standing at the school gate dismissing the children when a humorous sight caught my eye. I ignored it for a while, until all the children in my class were gone. Two mothers of extraordinarily bright children were talking...Read More
I Must Share This Bought This Sari For Princess
I must share this: Bought this sari for Princess MsDD for a high society occasion later in the year. We originally bought a gold blouse but Sister Suvarna and Smita, another one of the fabulous nurses, didn't think much of it. So last night Smita made this instead, taking the… [more]
Spotted this Trabant, which must have been fairly new at the fall of the Berlin Wall, on the forecourt of Douglas Compton
Spotted this Trabant, which must have been fairly new at the fall of the Berlin Wall, on the forecourt of Douglas Compton.
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