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Category Archives: Photography
This jubilee cake was baked by my aspergers daughter (click here for the recipe). The recipe, courtesy of baking queen Mary Berry, is really easy to follow and produces a lovely moist sponge which keeps well for a couple of … Continue reading
I was going to post a picture of some cakes that my son had baked with his cookery teacher but due to technical ‘issues’ you’ll have to make do with this snap of a lake that we visited recently. Its part … Continue reading
Though the weather is atrocious at the moment (rain, rain and more rain) my tub of tulips are coping well. They haven’t drooped yet so I grabbed a moment and took a close up picture of one the flowers. I … Continue reading
With a little bit of help from me, my daughter baked and iced these dainty cup cakes. (This post is part of Photo Project 52, a photography challenge where we post a picture every week in 2012. Click here … Continue reading
A left over from Easter I promised my daughter that I would upload a picture of her Percy Pig treat that she got for Easter and here it is! Percy (c/o Marks and Spencers) is a bit different to the usual oval chocolate … Continue reading
If you are a fan of the photo editing site, Picnik, then you may be wondering what to use when Picnik moves across to Google+ on the 19th April. Well I think I’ve found one possible solution. It’s called PicMonkey and … Continue reading
For this week’s photo entry I’ve used picnik to create a collage of spring flowers made up of photos I’ve taken in my garden. Its amazing how much photographic interest there is in out there. On the top left hand … Continue reading
Mother’s day, a day to celebrate mothers and to thank them for all the work they do throughout the year. It’s a day when many of us mums imagine putting our feet up and enjoying being fussed over for a … Continue reading
Clothes have always been a problem for my son. He is hypersensitive to touch and can’t tolerate certain materials and textures against his skin. Nylon and polyester are the worst offenders as they cause him to feel so itchy … Continue reading