It probably didn’t escape your notice that this week I took part in the Team Honk Relay, covering the Bournemouth to Southampton leg of its journey from Lands End to John O’Groats in various methods of transport including a Microscooter and a Didicar.
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If you read my last post on blogger you will know that I have taken the plunge and moved to be self hosted and I want to welcome you to my new blog.
To celebrate I have a couple of competitions coming up over the weekend, but my time is currently being used preparing from the Team Honk Relay which I am completing today and tomorrow. My team have been putting me through my paces and I am all set to scoot between Sandbanks and Bournemouth Pier before taking to a Didicar to get me to Boscombe Pier.
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OK, I will admit it……I was so relieved that the kids returned to school this week. It’s not that I don’t love them being at home, but they were ready to get back to school and I needed a bit of routine back in the house, especially as hubby doesn’t have a day off between boxing day and the end of January!
Unless you have been living in a cave with no phone signal and no wifi you will know that Team Honk are planning a blogger … Read more
Kian decided he was going to come with us on the school run although he couldn’t be bothered to get changed so ended up scooting in his Star Wars onesie. Eliza then decided that her scooter wasn’t good enough and insisted on hitching a lift.