I am happily married to a man I met 20 years ago on a working holiday to America. Two cultures (Irish and English) merged together and saw something in the other we desired for ourselves; fascinated by our differences and encouraged by our similarities we joined together in holy matrimony 20 years ago and have never looked back. I have found my soul mate and he his. We have 5 beautiful children ranging from 15 to 6 years old, who I am blessed to spend every day with.
We live together in a crooked little cottage in a picturesque English village. We choose to live a slightly unusual life, homeschooling and living as frugally as possible to keep me at home. I want to blog to remember. The little grey cells are getting greyer with each passing year and I am well aware that I am living the best days of my life right now, with my six (occasionally 7- my mum lives next door!) nutty partners in crime. I want to document our learning, academic and otherwise, so that both my children and myself can look back on our past years together and know that our time together has been priceless.
If you’d like to know about my experience with cancer see here
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