It’s amazing what you see!
I don’t often get approached to promote items on this blog but when I do I’m really quite excited. To be honest I’m not sure PR firms know what to send me as I don’t really fit into a particular niche.
I have been asked to give these thermal leggings a try and I have to say they are AMAZING! You don’t really know you’ve got them on as they are light and SO soft. However, when you are out in the cold you certainly know that something is keeping you warm.
As you know Dear Reader, hubby is a football fan and we go to quite a few matches. Sitting or standing for the couple of hours of the match can get me so cold I can’t move. These great leggings from Heat Holders have made the whole experience more than bearable.
There is a full range of items you can get, all of them with that special thermal ingredient that just keeps you warm as toast!
(Apologies for the photo. It is very hard to show off a pair of leggings when they are not covering a body!)
As it is World Book Day on March 6th, the children’s version of 100 Word Challenge has been asked to re-write the ending of their favourite fairy tale in support of Save the Children’s ‘Change the Story’ campaign.
What is good for the children is often good for the grown-ups so you have the same prompt. If you want to get some ideas of even leave some comments do visit 100wc.net
As usual, you have 100 words. Please visit each other’s blogs, to give support and encouragement and do link back here to help new writers. The link will close on Sunday 9th March.
Click here to enter your link and view this Linky Tools list and I will transfer it to this page as soon as possible
The theme for the weekly photo challenge this week is Abandoned. I spotted this building whilst waiting at traffic lights.
It must have been quite splendid when it was first opened – lots of glass making the interior very light and bright no doubt. You can imagine all those workers in the offices. I wondered what the business was and if it went across the world? There seems to have been some consideration for landscaping with the grass that can be seen.
Now it just presents a sad reflection of tough times. Even the fencing and warning notice have seen better days. What was a thriving enterprise is now an eye sore. Use your imagination – what could it be?
Do visit the Daily Post for more abandonment!
Another share from my dear friend Rachel Orr!
We must get our hugs right!!