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One of the great things about working from home is having lunch with mum. Not only because of the yummy food, but also it’s nice for her to talk and have company. Our usual conversations revolve around stories from the past. Things I never knew about, and perhaps should have known about. I loved these little anecdotal points from the past involving the family and life, both here in the UK and the motherland. Always questioning mum about possibilities back in the motherland, why this, why not that, and we eventually ended up on the topic of running a business in the village.
No, I’m not perving on fellow female gym members, they have a separate ladies only section anyway. Instead […]