Christmas in 40*C – Addendum

The Original The more eagle eyed of my readers may have noticed that Cat was missing from the light hunting photos.  And that Natasha's shorts are far too short (she's 13 and she could pass for 18, life is not fair for parents of girls). Cat had started house sitting for 3 days, 2 nights … Continue reading Christmas in 40*C – Addendum

Christmas Spirits?

A few days before Christmas I was wrapping presents late at night.  The children were all asleep and behind a closed door, my husband had stepped into the front room.  I saw a grey shadow unmoving in front of the closed door.  I knew it was a man although I cannot describe any features.  I … Continue reading Christmas Spirits?

Christmas in 40*C. – Light Hunting in Perth Part 4

Part 1 Sensible people will want to start reading at part 1 and read through in the correct order; that is because they are sensible (not boring, now that isn't very nice) & that is the sensible way of doing things.  Crazy people will like the order I put them in because I too am … Continue reading Christmas in 40*C. – Light Hunting in Perth Part 4

Christmas Is Not Over

Computer problems, internet problems, health problems and people demanding I do useless stuff like parenting & eating have resulted in my not havingwritten everything I wanted to about Christmas. So what you might say?  You write rubbish about nothing.  Nobody cares! Well, I care!  I had plans, and I am autistic.  There are plans, they … Continue reading Christmas Is Not Over

Dogs Can Dance – for Christmas

No dogs were forced to take part in this entertainment.  "Wag Yogurt Drops" were used as payment.  We do this every night (starting at 1 and building up twice) for 24 days and Charlie runs to join in.  Any struggle you see is Charlie trying to snatch treats.  Treats are the only thing more important … Continue reading Dogs Can Dance – for Christmas

Christmas in 40*C. – Light Hunting in Perth Part 1

While we were driving along the other night hunting for Christmas lights the weirdness of what we were doing struck me. Now that our faulty modem has been replaced I am planning to resume my blogging but having accumulated over 6000 posts to read in my absence I won't be looking at my backlog. Anyway … Continue reading Christmas in 40*C. – Light Hunting in Perth Part 1