Hi and welcome to the DreamTeamLinky. Depending on where you are in the world you will probably have at least some form of restricted movement in place at this point and have kids at home (if you have little ones) So how are you all managing? I will tell you that I never drink at home ever and this week I have had a glass of wine every evening!! It is a lot trying to entertain and educate my four littles. I am very grateful though; grateful for all the workers within the NHS and all of the other key workers who are keeping the country going, grateful that we have a garden for the kids to play in and grateful for all the sunshine we have had in London.
This week I am sharing an older post which I thought might be useful at this time when it is tricky to get hold of basics some days and when we don’t want to be heading to the supermarket any more than we have to and so I am sharing a post about making bread. If you have or can get yeast then I really recommend trying this one out as apart from anything else it is fun and you can even involve the kids.
As a reminder we will be opening at 6am each Sunday and closing at 11:30pm on Tuesdays. So let’s get started…. Your hosts are Laura from Musings of a Tired Mum Annette from 3 Little Buttons and me. We are ready to get our read on so get sharing!
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DreamTeamLinky Featured Blogger:
My Featured Blogger this week is Shelley from Wander & Luxe with a post on staying positive during this difficult time. We could all use some positivity right now don’t you think. Check it out!!
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