Best of A Blogging Good Time September


Dear friend,

Welcome to the "best of...#ablogginggoodtime."  Katie and I are overwhelmed by the number of fantastic posts linked up each week and in an effort to give something back I decided to run a monthly feature to showcase some of the brilliant bloggers who regularly link up with us.

The diversity of posts linked up every month is amazing...everything from recipes to poems and lists, heartfelt and inspiring stories to hilarious tales and brilliant tips. Thank you so much! I know that we both struggle every week to pick out a featured post.

My Sunday Photo


This is the final photo in the "My Sunday Photo" series. If you have enjoyed following this series then please pop over to Instagram to follow me on there. Thank you to everyone who has commented and encouraged me over the last 2 years!

Weekly Roundup #35


Dear friend,

Welcome to my weekly roundup an opportunity to look back at the moments that have made our week extra special. I love the saying: Enjoy the little things in life because one day you'll look back and realise they were the big things... This post enables me to focus on the little things and see that even in the difficult weeks there is always something to be thankful for.

IG Roundup from this week

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A Blogging Good Time #17


Are you ready for #ablogginggoodtime! 

Join Katie and I in a fabulous community of supportive bloggers.  Our linky runs from Thursday to Saturday and all bloggers are welcome to add any type of post... Help us to spread the blog love! All posts are welcome...

A glimpse into our autism: Knives and forks...


Dear friend,

Yesterday he forgot to use his knife and fork again. He started picking up peas with his fingers...

I barked across the table, use your knife and fork and immediately wanted to stick my foot in my mouth.

Sometimes it just pops out... The cautious communication required to keep our life in balance suddenly collapses...

He picked up his fork in his right hand and knife in the left and tried but realised there was something wrong...

Wrong hands I said calmer, more patiently and he swapped over.

His shoulders were bent over and he had the demeanour of a dog that's slinking away with its tail between it's legs. Too late, the damage was done. How many times have you wished that life had a rewind switch?
Two hands holding jigsaw pieces together

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