Hair Plats, Packed Lunches and Glowbag’s

Yesterday’s hair plats were difficult to see, so I had to take a photo to show the girls What they looked like. Not enough there for a complete diary entry, so I will sum up the week so far!

I’ve not talked about food of recent, so a few words on that. What springs to mind is Greek Yogurt! Hold on the honey sweetie, Dadda’s home made ‘Strawlime Berry’ Jam did the trick last night. A splash of water and a liberal drizzle, then a simple whirlpool made with a teaspoon and voila, a sweet treat for children and adults alike. Though, for grownups I would rethink the bowls!

I’ll move on to packed lunches. As all parents have to make them – what do you put in yours? Well, I won’t bore you with that old debate, but our children love packed lunches. I guess so as they usually signify a school trip and that is exactly the reason for Tara and Amritsar’s packed lunches today. They are being packed off to visit a country estate, here in ‘The Shires’ with their classmates. Their last school trip fell foul to shoulder straps on their bags that were thin and were uncomfortable to wear. So on this occasion I searched around in the loft and came across some stock from my old ‘Glowbag’ range. I used to make and promote fluorescent and reflective bags, known as Glowbags! It all started with trying to make road safety look cool, at first with bikers, then I considered cyclists and finally children. Well, the girls are armed with super comfy to wear ‘Glowpods’ today in a rather fetching fluorescent green and fluorescent orange. Do tell me what you think?

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A Gay Dad reflecting on life in the Shires of England with my not so famous five and two rapscallion Dalmatian hounds

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