August 27 2014 Latest news:
It seems the no make-up trend is on the rise. The New York Times says that going bare-faced is the new “it” movement. It would probably need to be prefixed with a ‘old and a ‘g’ if I was to join it.
I have been able to rule a line through one of items of my bucket list.
Our vocabulary changes all the time. New words, and old words with new meanings. It’s not easy to keep up... and I usually don’t.
I gave George, 22 months, a fruit ice lolly. He eyed it dubiously at first but then decided it was all right to lick – when he bit off a chunk, it made him cry. As a health and safety measure, he was safely ensconced in his high chair during the deployment of the lolly.
I had the dubious joy of talking to 22-month-old grandson George on the phone.