Category Archive: Family

My wonderful son

Today is the day that James receives his A Level results.  Very recently he turned 18,  I remember the day of his birth so well.   June 21st the start of summer, and of course… Continue reading

One Year On – Olympics 2012

This post has been a year in the making. Why a year?  Well immediately following this we went to Cornwall on holiday and there were plenty of photos to edit and post and… Continue reading

Perfect Day

Following on from my music themed last post The Difficult Second Album (which you can see here http://see-clic-pic.com/2013/05/12/the-difficult-second-album/) there could be no other title for this post than Perfect Day.  It was the morning after I had… Continue reading

75th Birthday – Family Photos

Happy 75th.  No not mine, that’s a long way off, my father’s. A few weeks ago my family got together to celebrate Dad’s 75th birthday.  My wonderful friend Amy Medina, who’s amazing photography… Continue reading

Cornwall Days 2012 – Surfing Edition

Yesterday was the last day of reasonable surf conditions during our stay.  The waves weren’t as good as the day before and in reality it was pretty flat but as our home alternative is surfing in Kent at Joss Bay… Continue reading

Snow Fun

It’s been snowing here in Kent, its really put James and I in the mood for going skiing next weekend.  Thought I’d post an image from today and some of my favourite’s from… Continue reading

Christmas Light

So I’m sitting here at two minutes to midnight, it’s almost Christmas Eve and that means for me its about to be the best time of the whole year.  For those of you… Continue reading

Happy Birthday Lucy, 18 today!

So it has finally arrived.  Something that I knew would happen eventually but seemed so far off in the dim and distant future that it didn’t need thinking about.  Today Lucy celebrates her 18th birthday.  I don’t know who… Continue reading

Two Sides of Liberty: from the Islands to the Plaza – Part 1

“Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the… Continue reading

Father’s Day – Feel the love

How well my children know me!  This morning on the breakfast table was a wonderful hand made card with a photograph of myself and Lucy from when she was very small, paired with a bottle of… Continue reading

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