Back at the beginning of May, I wrote about Tom & Jerry's arrival into our lives. These days, they no longer are the cute little kittens they once were, but have grown into absolutely beautiful, rather oversized cats aged 6 months. They still sleep a lot, eat a lot (more than ever) and play a lot. And most importantly, they still love each other a lot, too.
All this talk about power cuts and other unforeseen interruptions to our daily lives has moved one item on my ToDo list all the way to the top: Preparing an emergency kit to take along in case we need to evacuate the house one day. It's not to be negative, it's to be prepared. After all,
Driving in Limassol traffic these days has proven to be quite a surprisingly pleasant experience. Not sure if it's just me, whether I've been lucky, or if others have noticed too. But to me it is a case of 'when the going gets tough, the tough go away'.
Allow me to explain: Since frequent and unplanned power
The government has declared three days of mourning following the tragic explosion of July 11th that has affected so many families. While life will be back to normal for the majority of us as of tomorrow, there are too many who will need to find a way to go on living without
Leo woke at 6am, an hour earlier than his
Unfortunately we've had a fake mum sign up this week and send spam messages to some of you. I would like to apologise once again for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your alertness. It's a shame that these things happen, but together we can keep our community clean!