And so we have another month behind us again. The last month has been a bit mental weather and health wise. The end of February and beginning of March the country prepared for the arrival of the Beast from the East. Nobody would have though it was going to be that bad. We were housebound for about five days.
It’s been a but quiet on the blog front this week. The flu hit the house and so I didn’t have time to catch up on any blog work. I’m still recovering but getting there. Here are the next set of questions..
We are very lucky to have our own office in the house. When we originally looked at a house, we wanted it to be our forever home. One of the key points to it, was to have an office space if possible. As a blogger you need a little bit of privacy to concentrate. In the old house I didn’t get much done on the couch in the living room to be honest.
Again this week I am taking part in the 1000 questions challenge created by Pinkepank. I am a little bit behind still but I am slowly catching up. You can find all the other questions here, in case you fancy taking part, too. Some questions are actually really hard and it takes me a few minutes to think about the answer.
When it comes to choosing a family car there are many options available on the new and used markets. From a compact hatchback to a seven-seater MPV, there’s something to fit every sized family and budget. Recently there has also been a rise in the number of SUVs and crossovers and in many ways, these can be a good choice due to their size and practicality.
Snow can be a funny old thing. At first you are all excited for your kids and the youngest gets to see proper snow for the first time. Then the next minute you realise you can’t leave the house at all, other than by foot in up to 1 feet high snow. It’s great fun altogether for the oldest but the youngest is scared to death to sink into it.