Knitted Hats

I’m not very good at knitting, well, I can knit, and do enjoy it. What I’m not good at is understanding patterns. When others says ‘this one is easy,‘ it normally isn’t for me! I’ve had some great disasters in the past and still have half a baby’s cardigan in my drawer from an ‘easy’Continue reading “Knitted Hats”

Gwenfro Gifts – Introduction

by Karen J Mossman I’m retired, although I didn’t intend to 2013. I was made redundant from my job at the RAC. Hubby and I jiggled money around and I didn’t have to go our find work. Initially I thought I could start writing books and earn a little cash. How wrong could I be!Continue reading “Gwenfro Gifts – Introduction”

Do Middle-Aged Woman Become Invisible? Guest interview Toni Kief — A Little Bit of Blake

These are two of my favourite writers! I couldn’t reisist reblogging this absolutely great interview. In  parts it made me laugh because Toni Kief is a great character, she often cheers me up with her posts, comments and writing. Julia Blake, is a very gifted writer and she has just started this new blog. PreviouslyContinue reading “Do Middle-Aged Woman Become Invisible? Guest interview Toni Kief — A Little Bit of Blake”

My Week in Pictures

by Karen J Mossman Today is chill out Sunday. A day to sit back and relax, which is what I did. This made me think of the all the things I’d achieved last week.   Besides writing, I love crafts and the top row of the picture shows containers made from painted recycled baked beansContinue reading “My Week in Pictures”

Coping with Father’s Day as a Single Parent

As time has gone on, Father’s Day has become easier. I lost my dad in September of 2010.  For a reason I can’t explain, I don’t want to put his face on Facebook as a memoriam with all the other ‘remembering my dad’ posts. However, I have talked about him on here, and in theContinue reading “Coping with Father’s Day as a Single Parent”