Month: February 2009

Spring is in the air! Here in the office we’re all full of the joys of spring, and of course we all still have a lovely warm and satisfied glow after Wales beat England in the rugby last Saturday – let’s hear it for Wales winning the grand slam! Hopes are high and i’m sure the boys won’t let us down. The frost and snow of a few weeks ago are long gone and have given way to sunshine and warm days – daffodils, snowdrops and crocuses and appearing in their hundreds (is the plural of crocus in fact croci? […]

As we enter the Spring, I get a little excited. I can’t help but think of the long Summer evenings ideal for long strolls followed by a refreshing drink at the local. Granted, I may be a little premature in allowing my thought pattern to think that far ahead, but once January has passed that is all I can seem to think about and I know my pooch is thinking the same. We no longer have to run around the block to be in by 16.00 as it turns pitch black or wait until gone 08.00 in the morning to […]

The UK holds the prestige of being the first country in the world to dedicate a special day for mothers.As early as 17th century. In UK, Mother’s Day is celebrated on the fourth Sunday in the month of Lent.Since the days of Lent are not fixed, the date for Mother’s Day keeps on changing as well. However, the emotions remain the same.The feelings associated with the day are much alike those in the rest of the world to express gratitude towards our mother.It is an opportunity for the children to let their mother know that she is special and loved […]

I have come to the conclusion that my dog loves the white snow more than myself. On Tuesday morning when we had our first snowfall my dog was the first to make his paw prints in the snow whilst Drizzle (my cat) watched reluctantly from the kitchen.As snow only comes around for us in Pembrokeshire once in a blue moon, we tend to get very excited when we wake up and the white fairies have sparkled their dust over the land, snow looks so pretty when unspoilt. I stress ‘when unspoilt’ as it can get to look rather dirty once […]

It’s snowing in Pembrokeshire! This is indeed a rare sight as our milder coastal climate doesn’t often allow it. There is a great deal of excitement here – Sarah T was taking photos of a snow-dusted Haverfordwest at 3am this morning, and Sarah W has already built a snowman (complete with coal buttons and a carrot nose!) I’m hoping that the snow will last until my day off, as i’m itching to get up to the Preseli Mountains with my sledge. The scenery is absolutely beautiful, and few sights are more spectacular and surreal than Newgale in the snow! Having […]

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