Tag Archives: Bradley

Wig Weirdness

This was going to be a post of the random photos I’ve been taking thinking they may have a home on the blog one day…but haven’t.  So I was just going to pop them all in one weird post and be … Continue reading

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Bad Auntie Pog

I am a bad Auntie Pog. Little Pea is just perfect, but does have a distinct lack of hair.  I know this is not unusual, and I didn’t want to give him a complex or anything, but I did want … Continue reading

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Nine and a bit months!

This post is now eight days late.  I meant to write it last week, but if you read Friday’s post, you’ll know that the world has been conspiring against me.  It’s still conspiring, but I am ignoring it.  For the … Continue reading

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A 6 month (ish) celebration!

I can’t work out where the half year mark is.  Is it midsummers day?  Or the last day in June?  Or the first day in July?  Whatever the answer, we’re kind of there, which means….  <drum roll please> …I have … Continue reading

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Argh!

Honestly is good.  I like honesty.  I have decided that it should come with a caveat though:  Gentle honesty is better than hurtful honesty. This observation is the result of two people being a little too honest with me last … Continue reading

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Bradley goes into retirement

I have a bit of a ‘thing’ around the number three.  Some might call it Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.  They might be right.  I have to ‘check’ things three times.  The windows, the front door, the car doors (the door handles … Continue reading

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One epic commute

OK, so the UK is not known for its ability to deal with any sort of weather that could be classed as ‘out of the ordinary’ (ie, not damp and grey) but let’s ignore that fact and just accept that … Continue reading

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