Monday, 1 September 2014
Sunday, 31 August 2014
This last week we have spent away in Cornwall at Land's End, you have spent so much time at the beach and you have eaten far to many fish and chips. You have loved being around your extended family and have been making the most of being the very center of attention. Just in the last week alone I have seen even more improvement in your speech, and you are stringing more and more sentences together.
Thursday, 21 August 2014
It comes as no surprise to me that vans are targeted in auto crime, they are of course a treasure trove of tools and other items that are used on the job. Did you know that 78% of bike crime happens at night? And did you know that Catalytic converter theft has doubled in the last 3 years alone?
A few months ago I welcomed the Panasonic TZ55 into my life. I was really excited to be trying it out and loved that it was so compact, it was something that I could keep in my bag all the time, and have on hand whenever I needed it.
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The photo's used throughout this review are those that I have personally taken on the TZ55.
The battery life on the TZ55 has been brilliant and has seen us through each of our trips out and about. I cannot fault the over all performance of this camera and although we got off to a rocky start, over all I have really liked Panasonic's latest addition.
You can purchase the Panasonic TZ55 for £199.95 at John Lewis.
Thursday, 14 August 2014
Depending on what time of the year that you visit Edinburgh you have the opportunity to enjoy one of 12 festivals. In April time the Edinburgh International Science Festival takes place, and has a program bursting full of things to see and do for the young and old alike. In May the Imaginate Festival brings children's theatre from all around the world to Edinburgh.
As Summer swings around there are yet more exciting festivals to get involved with, Fringe to the ever popular Book Festival of story telling, Jazz, Blues and Edinburgh Mela. The festivals all offer something different, but one thing is for sure, by heading along to the festivals there really is something for everyone.
Autumn provides the chance to introduce your little ones to the magic that only story telling can bring, with the Scottish International Storytelling Festival. New Year provides the Hogmanay, a winter festival that boasts it's very own carnival and not to mention the torch lit procession!