The Supermoon, Storm Caroline and a blunt saw stage left.

The Supermoon, Storm Caroline and a blunt saw stage left.

The last Supermoon for a while, Storm Caroline and just who is it that’s putting rubbish in our bin?

I will not buy chocolate Advent calendars nor will I put chocolate decs on the tree but I can help with homework

I will not buy chocolate Advent calendars nor will I put chocolate decs on the tree but I can help with homework

The last week of November and I finally succumbed to my sons’ insistence that Christmas was indeed very near. Their excitement generally starts from around October with a few short references to the festive season but by Guy Fawkes they move up a gear. I’m no Grinch but I do ignore their mutterings until 1 December when I open the first door on my Advent Calendar which usually brings just a small sigh of disappointment

The winter swimmer, the crest of the wave and flying money

The winter swimmer, the crest of the wave and flying money

The winter swimmer, the crest of the wave and flying money

What’s that expression? If you remember the 60s then you weren’t really there. Jack can remember them…

What’s that expression? If you remember the 60s then you weren’t really there. Jack can remember them…

The firm’s Christmas ‘do’, some Werther’s toffees and Twitter word limit increases

The firm’s Christmas ‘do’, some Werther’s toffees and Twitter word limit increases

The firm’s Christmas ‘do’, some Werther’s toffees and Twitter word limit increases

The last Slimming World session, volunteer of the year, Selfridges’ Cookies and the Imperial War Museum

The last Slimming World session, volunteer of the year, Selfridges’ Cookies and the Imperial War Museum

The last Slimming World session, volunteer of the year, the incredible Imperial War Museum and a trip to the ‘grown-up’ hospital

Starting with Storm Ophelia that brought sand from the Sahara, our new programmer, a BGT winner and ending with Storm Brian

Starting with Storm Ophelia that brought sand from the Sahara, our new programmer, a BGT winner and ending with Storm Brian

Starting with Storm Ophelia that brought sand from the Sahara, our new programmer, a BGT winner and ending with Storm Brian

Weeding, the bare foot jogger and Paul, still very, Young

Weeding, the bare foot jogger and Paul, still very, Young

I had another rubbish bin experience this week, when I told my oldest son, he looked at me aghast ‘you haven’t been falling out of rubbish bins again have you?’ he asked incredulously. But in my defence I was trying

A move, the hula hooper and an autumn swim

A move, the hula hooper and an autumn swim

We had a new office space created several weeks, might even be months, ago. It was something that had been thought about for a while; the original theatre office used to be in a separate building and was very typical

The August bank holiday, Stonehenge, escaping parrots and giant toads

The August bank holiday, Stonehenge, escaping parrots and giant toads

We’re obsessed with our weather; it’s either too hot, too cold, too wet or too dry. Great Britain has always had a variable climate due to our geographical position but there is no question it has become all the more┬áconfusing