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Rosie Scribble
30-something mum of a seven-year-old daughter
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After over three years here I'm jumped ship and moved over to Wordpress. Please come and join me at: See you on the other side. Continue reading
Posted Jul 6, 2012 at Rosie Scribble
My apologies. I forgot to include the 100g of turnip to the ingredients as we didn't use it in our recipe. (We don't like turnip). I've now added it in.
What Jane said.
Toggle Commented Feb 23, 2012 on I'm a Survivor... at Who's the Mummy?
Oops. Sorry. A *polished* diamond.
Toggle Commented Feb 6, 2012 on Let's be Happy, not Sappy. at Who's the Mummy?
You're a diamond.
Toggle Commented Feb 6, 2012 on Let's be Happy, not Sappy. at Who's the Mummy?
That's exactly my line of thinking, Tim. I'm following the church calendar. So relieved my case has been thrown out of court and you have been able to provide the intelligent voice of reason. I'm not going to give in to pressure. They can stay up a while longer.
Toggle Commented Feb 4, 2012 on Christmas decorations at Rosie Scribble
Brilliant. That's made me laugh at loud. It's also made me feel a whole lot better!
Toggle Commented Feb 4, 2012 on Christmas decorations at Rosie Scribble
But I really quite like them there. Okay, okay, I can see you're shaking your head .... I'll put them away in their boxes. If it is too much of an emotional strain, I'll call you over to help :)
Toggle Commented Feb 4, 2012 on Christmas decorations at Rosie Scribble
That's what I was thinking. Has to be more time-efficient to just leave them there rather than pack them away and get them out again every year.
Toggle Commented Feb 4, 2012 on Christmas decorations at Rosie Scribble
I'm a little embarrassed. I’m hanging my head in shame. But it’s time to come clean. This Christmas ornament is currently sitting on our mantelpiece. He has been happily sitting there minding his own business since early December 2011. I know. It’s February. And he might have remained there if I hadn’t read Him up North's post Christmas Lights. I sat at my computer and laughed at the image on HUN’s blog of a Christmas tree still lit up in his local village. Then I glanced to my right and noticed our snowman. And as I’m confessing all, I should... Continue reading
Posted Feb 4, 2012 at Rosie Scribble
I agree, Ellen. It's an excellent idea but doesn't deliver here either.
Toggle Commented Feb 2, 2012 on Introducing Hello Fresh at Rosie Scribble
You must come and visit!
Toggle Commented Feb 2, 2012 on A snapshot in time at Rosie Scribble
Lovely Susan. I think it's the individual personality of the counsellor or therapist that you have to gel with for the therapeutic relationship to work. It's not always easy to find and can be hit and miss. I've seen a lot of different people over the years and in many cases made no progress at all. I hope you are able to get the answers you are looking for. If you want me to suggest approaches I've found helpful, do let me know. Hugs to you too. xx
Toggle Commented Feb 2, 2012 on A happy ending at Rosie Scribble
Nickie, sounds as if you are speaking from experience. And you've given me a brilliant idea. I can picture that photo on an 18th birthday t-shirt already. And it would look great in the middle of her birthday cake. Genius.
Oh goodness. You're going to have your work cut out in the years to come. I'd lock up your make-up now. And your creams and perfumes!
Emily, I think that would make a really interesting post. I'd love to read it. Let me know if you go ahead with it and I'll take a look.
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Posted Feb 2, 2012 at Rosie Scribble
Oxford Circus, London. Rush hour, Monday 30th January 2012. I'm about to enter a packed underground station. But before I did, I stopped on the street corner and took a photo. I'm another face in the crowd, safely tucked away behind the camera lens. It was just one brief moment in time. Life's made up of so many of them, don't you think? This week's Gallery theme is: Me Right Now. Continue reading
Posted Jan 31, 2012 at Rosie Scribble
Now that's created an image in my head I can't quite get rid of. I'm planning to avoid all things periods-related and I'm sending her round to my mothers for a few years instead. There's no other solution I've now realised!
She knows she is doomed if she goes near my credit cards. That said, I'm going to lock them away on a very high shelf. Or never allow her to leave the house. One of the two.
Oh my. Those images are something else Claire. Threaten to have them blown up onto a t-shirt for her 18th birthday next time she thinks of doing something like that. That should do the trick!
No!! Not Benefit make-up!! I once babysat for a two year old little girl. I thought she was safely tucked up in bed. In fact she was smearing her mother's lipstick all over the bedroom wall. And yes, it was red. And it was Chanel. I was never invited back.
Noooooo! The comments on this post have taught me that everything - EVERYTHING - needs to be locked up. I shudder at the thought of the years to come ...
Oh God. That is just hilarious! *dashes off to find a very large safe*
I like the idea of having my own personal supply hidden away under lock and key. I think I'll do that with my bank cards too. I'll put some fake ones on display and see what happens. And create a trap. Mwah ha ha.