I want you to take a moment to think about all the furniture and other paraphernalia that you’ve purchased for your children to keep them healthy and happy over the years. I’ll bet you’ve paid out an absolute fortune. I now want you to imagine that you were able to rent these items. Just imagine
“We’ll be leaving in five minutes,” I shouted to the kids, who were playing outside as Mrs Adams and I chatted to our friends. In a graphic demonstration of parental timekeeping, we eventually walked out the door and got into the car an hour later.
Are you one of those people who gets a bit reflective towards the end of a year? I am one of those sorts of people. Over the past few weeks I’ve been taking a long hard look at my lil’ blog.
If I were to invite friends round to watch rugby, the one place I wouldn’t suggest watching a game would be the garden shed. With no seating, gaping holes in the woodwork and occasional visits from rodents, you want to spend as little time in there as possible. For their own safety, my children aren’t