RAMBLINGS

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Ramblings

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Artworks

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You can view some of my artwork via this link.

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PROJECTS

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Since 2014 we have worked tirelessly to improve the arts in south Hampshire. Through the founding of Live Art Local we have seen a number of our projects come to fruition including Sticks Gallery, Sticks Contemporary, Arts Able, and For Love And Money

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“I don’t like Playschool”


So meltdown moo does not like playschool.  Anyone who asks him will get this answer.  Well that is if they ask him over an hour after he gets home from said playschool, as in the golden hour after picking him up he loves it.   Now you might wonder why, if […]

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The Autism Chronicles Day One


So today I have decided to start writing down some of our daily experiences due to Meltdown Moo’s issues.  Before I begin you must understand that we are quite a batty family anyway and we already stand out of a crowd.  Let me introduce you to the players: Mum: That’s […]

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B is for……. colouring in


Help your little one to learn the alphabet with our free printables.  All you need to do is to click on the image for a free full size image!    

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I’m in a magazine


So if you’re interested in photography and Hampshire you might have caught some of my work in the glossy “Hampshire Life” this month. It is nice to see your work on the magazine stands.  Anyhow for those of you who missed it, here are the images that were featured:

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COLOUR IN ALPHABET: A IS FOR APPLE


Welcome to our colour in alphabet series.  Every week we will be bringing you a new letter to colour in to aid your childs creative development and letter recognition. The first is A is for Apple. Just click on the image for a printable A4 PDF

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Dreams


When we are young we have dreams, we have hopes and ambitions.  A lot of the time those aspirations become diluted and quite often fade altogether.  Things happen, we become worn down by life; or we meet someone, fall in love and put our dreams on the back burner as […]

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Autism and thinking visually


Please note this post was originally posted on the littledoers blog back in September 2012   As some people who follow me on twitter may know my son recently had his diagnosis of autism confirmed. It has been a strange road since our initial fears over his lack of speech […]

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My Little Monkey: an ode to an autistic child


A short poem about autism and my son My Little Monkey   My little monkey is a cracking little fellow He runs round like a lunatic and is never, ever mellow He likes to twirl in circles and crashes into things He doesn’t understand the world, or the joy he […]

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Make Perfect Yorkshire Puddings Everytime


Now I don’t know if you’re aware what the French call us Brits, Le Rosbif.  I think it’s meant as a derrogatory term but actually I love my roast beef, thank you very much and what plate of roast beef would be complete without the brilliance that is yorkshire pudding. […]

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ln-House Den Building


It’s cold outside, the ground is full of snow; I can’t leave the house in account of my brand new electric wheelchair dying (yes I am very angry and bitter).  Therefore I decided to ressurect an old blog post that I orginaly put on Little Doers.com last year. Today we […]

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