Happy Birthday Mummy H

Well our baby daughter, Mummy H, ¬†is celebrating her birthday today. We can’t believe she is all grown up with two lovely Munchkins of her own, Jake and Grace.

She is a fantastic Mum, is fiercely loyal to her family and friends.

Mummy H Family Clan

She’s grown up to be a beautiful person, both inside and out, we are very proud to call her our daughter. But she will always be our little girl.

Happy Birthday Darling, Love you. x

Nanna Jane and Granddad Al

We Have Family Clan New Members!

New Members of Our Family

Today we got some Family Clan new members. Who I hear you cry.

Granddad Al and myself have a large 50 inch fish tank, that for the past two years has been the domian of a one in one inch Kribensis, yes a one inch fish in a fifty in tank! But he was a bully and had killed all our other Kribensis, Guppies, Angel Fish etc. ¬†But we still couldn’t just flush him, so we decided to wait until he passed naturally, not realising that he would last two years on his own in his large empire. Continue reading »

Could We Save £100 This Month?

Save Money

Could We Save £100 This Month?

Both Granddad Al & I are of the belief that if you can’t afford it you can’t have it. ¬†We’ve never owed anyone any money or been in debt – now I’m not bragging, it’s just a fact. We live on a tight budget, but occasionally like a treat or two. Could we save any more?

This last month we have tried to see if we could live even cheaper. Continue reading »

History of the Olympics Fun Trivia

Olympics Olympic Rings

A Little Olympics History

With the Rio 2016 Olympics due to start in just a few hours I thought it might be of interest to you if I gave you a little history of the games.

Ancient Olympics

Did you know the term Olympian was coined by William Shakespeare in 1602 in his play Troilus and Cressida.

The ancient Greeks invented the Olympics in honour of the god Zeus, that took place every four years between the 776 BC and 393 AD, that’s almost 12 centuries. They took place on the plains of Olympia. They became the biggest sporting event in the ancient calendar. Emperor¬†Theodosius I banned the games, as he thought they where part of a pagan festival. Continue reading »