My long suffering wife Dawn decided she was going to go back to work about a year ago and in September this year nailed her dream job, the type of work only a mother of four could describe as "dream". A maternity assistant. This marked a new chapter, not only in her life but in mine as well. I have been on a personal quest to strike a better work-life balance for a number of years now and had manoeuvred myself into some flexible self employment. This allowed Dawn to take up the demanding 12 hr shift pattern of her role whilst giving me the opportunity to be a more hands on dad and homemaker.
We interrupt your evening to bring you this exclusive from our East Anglia new desk. Apparently, a recent outbreak of sickness at a Cambridgeshire school is being attributed to excessive nose picking. Bouts of short term sickness are traditionally attributed to seasonal norovirus... Continue Reading →