It can’t be easy taking on British citizenship at the same time a becoming a member of the royal family...
Lynne may have a bad back but it won’t stop her lunging for the best fried egg
Yes, it was cold, yes it got colder and yes, I had to cuddle up to my husband for warmth
In a flight of fanciful Nigella-ness, Lynne wonders if Christmas is more commercial tackiness than warm loveliness
On World Kindness Day we have the chance to make a difference to someone’s life − a stranger, a friend, a loved one. Seize the day.
Next thing you know, they’ll be administering flu jabs via a smart phone app, writes Lynne Mortimer
Fifty years on from its first transmission, we are still captivated by The Prisoner, writes Lynne Mortimer
Lynne gets herself into a bit of a pickle - Branston pickle
The Bake Off final is upon us and the remaining bakers will be aiming for perfection and glory... and possibly a career in the media.
A Conservative MP has revealed he gets up early so that he can spend up to an hour in the bath every morning.
There are a number of reasons East Anglia region might be better off with autonomous government... and here are just a few of them.
Now Lynne knows the awful truth it’s time to eat humble pie... low calorie humble pie, that is.
Will the 2021 UK census make gender definition an optional question? East Anglian academics argue it is the future
Do not play Junior Cluedo with my grandson.
Lynne has been creative in the kitchen, while her husband has started to grow his winter coat to become beardie man.
A new series being broadcast (streamed) on Netflix (whatever that might be) follows comedian Jack Whitehall and his father, Michael, as they holiday in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.
It’s his birthday and he’s wondering if I’ll still feed him and if I’ll still need him, now he’s hit the Beatles limit.
After dental work, Lynne can’t eat solids or talk... her husband is sympathetic
Today, I stared at a picture of Clark Gable for 10 minutes.
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