Monthly Archives: August 2012

Joined in harmony

Being a member of a choir, you get the opportunity to sing a wide variety of music on a variety of different occasions and at very different venues. I have sung in concerts in halls and churches, at the Royal Albert … Continue reading

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Welcome!

Welcome to my blog,  I hope you will find it interesting or thought provoking or even both! There is no single theme, just the ramblings of a 40 something mum putting finger to keyboard!! They are however divided into two … Continue reading

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The Swans of Wells

I have just returned from a short break to the beautiful cathedral city of Wells in Somerset, the smallest city in England and home to a spectacular 13th Century cathedral, Bishop’s Palace and currently 61 5ft ceramic swans. Swans have … Continue reading

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Inspiring a a generation through #twitterolympics

A year ago I wrote a blog post about digital immigrants and digital natives, (Being a Digital Immigrant in a Digital Native World) and I thought it was a good opportunity to reflect on my thoughts following the success of the … Continue reading

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A Postcard from Space

  It’s been quite a week of highs and lows for space watchers. Monday saw NASA landing Mars rover Curiosity on the surface of Mars and the information it sends back will be invaluable. Three days into its mission it … Continue reading

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Attending an Unconference – Localgovcamp 2012

Localgovcamp : Maple House Birmingham 14.7.12   Today was my first experience of a local government unconference when I attended#localgovcamp. If like me you didn’t know such things existed, then let me enlighten you! Unlike traditional conferences, there is no … Continue reading

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Joining a Flashmob

On our recent cruise aboard the P & O ship Azura, I was delighted to find one of the activities we could take part in was an onboard ship’s choir, the Azura Singers. We met to practice a selection of … Continue reading

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Being a digital immigrant in a digital native world – the next chapter

A while ago I posted a blog about digital natives and digital immigrants and I have just come across this article by Gail Robinson in the TES which expands on this and I thought it was worth sharing with you. A leading digital marketing agency claims … Continue reading

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Countdown to our holiday …..

This month my husband and I celebrate our silver wedding anniversary, 25yrs on the 25th!! and to celebrate we are going on our first ever cruise. We are sailing on the Azura, one of P and O’s larger cruise ships, and … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Dan!

We had a great meal out for Dans birthday, hope you like the pictures!

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