Cookery School

Who knew that Thaikhun were starting a cookery school??

Anyone who is a regular reader of my blog will know how much I have grown to love Thaikhun, and when the opportunity for a mate date arose, at Thaikhun at Intu MetroCentre, I was not going to refuse.

Deb from Country Heart and Home invited me along as her plus one for the first outing of the Thaikhun Cooking School. The cookery school takes place once every four weeks and is two hours long.

“The Cooking school is £50 and includes a welcome drink and an introduction to Thai ingredients.  This is the followed by a demonstration and practical hands on session learning to cook a main and a starter. All equipment and aprons are provided and there is a goody bag to take home”

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2016 Done!

The reason I started my blogging journey was to share our health journey with you. In doing so I hoped that I could help just one person. The response has been amazing.

As time has gone on, I have found that I really enjoy writing about all sorts of everything. The opportunities I have been offered have been amazing and I can only hope that 2017 brings more and that I can put my heart and soul in to everything that I write. (More so than I already have).

One thing I especially enjoy writing about is what we have been up to and our adventures, and as it happens the end of 2016 we were very busy.

As well as the stories of Decemeber I have already told (Baby No More, Our Beamish Adventure…Part Two and Wedding Anniversary), we had a few more adventures I would like to share.

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Baby No More

There comes a point when you realise that your baby is no longer a baby.

When Libby turned three I was pregnant with Penny, so her leaving the baby years behind her was sad but I knew I would get to do it all again. This time however I felt decidedly different.

On the 19th of December 2013 at 9.24am I gave birth to Penelope Mary. Weighing in at 8lbs and 5 ounces she weighed in the biggest of my three children. What a blessing she was, and is still to this day. There is never a dull moment with our little Tasmanian devil. Coming in to the world days before Christmas she changed our world in 2013 and has continued to do so ever since.

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