A few weeks ago my husband had to work on a Sunday. It was sort of sunny, but sort of cloudy and, by the time my sons and I reached Seaford beach, really really windy.
I exaggerate not that during the Easter school holidays I baked this cake four times – three of those times was within one week, two of those times was at either end of one day. Each time it lasted less than 24 hours.
As happens in the lead-up to any holiday and half term – not just summer ones – the post I wrote two years ago about all the school holiday clubs, programmes, courses and activities in and near Lewes is getting a lot of traffic (heh heh, I’m spying on you in the back end of my site…).
So I thought I’d give you a heads-up that another one of those epic listings posts is coming this summer, all updated and full of info, dates, times and prices about school holiday clubs to fill your children’s summers with the good stuff.
You’ve run across London to get the 19.16 and missed it by two seconds. You’ve got half an hour to kill but want to avoid indulging in the cans of pre-mixed pina colada and imitation Whispas in M&S for the journey. I know, hard to know where next to shift your focus.
Yesterday my youngest child and I celebrated our birthdays (he has been one of my greatest gifts – literally!) and while he chose which birthday cake we had for our birthday breakfast party, I got to choose what we’d do for the day (he gets a bash later this week and I don’t, so I think fair dos).