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Project 365 2021 – Week Forty Six

This week has been a busy week with work and various clubs and events that the kids have had to be ferried to. At the beginning of the week, Isaac and Eliza took part in the local Remembrance Sunday parade with their scout troop and by the end of the week, the boys were in Sussex to stay with their big brother Callan and we were in London with Eliza to see Frozen. Here is our week: Sunday 14th November It is back to normal for Remembrance Sunday this year and Isaac and Eliza both took part in the Remembrance …

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Holes Bay

Project 365 2020 Week 46 – COVID 19 Lockdown Week 35

The first week of our new lockdown and it feels so different from the first. I have not noticed much difference in the traffic, especially at school run times. Thankfully there is no panic buying this time, which is good, but people are upset that non-essentials have been cordoned off in shops. I have to admit that I am surprised that my husband is still working as the company he works for I class as non-essential, but they seem to have got around it, for now at least. Here is our week: Sunday 8th November A work day for me. …

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Isaac Sparkler

Project 365 2020 Week 45 – COVID 19 Lockdown Week 34

On Saturday 31st October, Boris Johnson announced that we were going back into a national lockdown from Thursday 5th November, as COVID-19 case numbers are rising rapidly across the whole of the UK and in other countries. The difference between this lockdown and the previous one is that the kids will still be able to attend school / university but the rest of the community will reduce our day-to-day contact with other people, reducing the spread of the infection. Here is our week: Sunday 1st November After a week off for half term it was back to work for me. …

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Garden

How to Maintain Your Garden Throughout November and December

Winter is a difficult time when it comes to gardening, with many projects put on hold until the weather is slightly warmer, but that doesn’t mean you have to neglect your garden for the next four months. Whilst the weather conditions may make it hard to physically work on your garden, there are lots of other jobs you can do to maintain the look of the space and keep it in good condition. These useful tips will help you to keep on top of your gardens upkeep, making life a little easier when the springtime arrives. Clear Fallen Leaves Throughout …

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