Se7en’s Fabulous Fun Post #332

So the weekend slipped away so very fast… Monday flew past as well and here we are, saying hello from Cape Town, where the weather is in that lovely state of indecision… one day is wintry and the next day feels like summer. Right now every rainy day, in this dry dry land, is celebrated…


Lovely Links from This Week

  1. So much Cardboard Fun on Handmade Charlotte!!!
  2. Fantastic, fantastic, Fantastic post on Simple Homeschool: In Celebration of the Slow Learner…
  3. These Books at Workman Publishing are totally top of my wishlist right now… Presenting The Big Fat Notebook Series.
  4. On the Art of Simple: How do you Start and End your Day?
  5. 9 New Instagram Features You Probably Missed on
  6. 9 Apps to Green Your Life on GreenPop.
  7. If you haven’t followed this series on Meet Me at Mikes, then here’s a quick catch up: Pip’s School for Slumpy Creatives: Lesson Se7en.

A Blast From the Past:


Our Book of the Week:

Three Sisters, Three Queens by Philippa Gregory: If I told you that I always have a pile of books that I am reading through and that audible is one of the top three apps I use on my phone. I love audible books and haven’t actually read a Phillipa Gregory for years, but I started listening to this last week and haven’t stopped listening since… it is so very good. There is nothing like a well read audible, to keep you gripped… Set in tudor England, three princesses destined to be queen, bound together through blood and marriage… there is love and loss, betrayal and victory… and peril on every level. The sisters do become queens of England, Scotland and France… and in a world where you can’t trust anybody, they each pay a huge price to fulfil their destiny.

Nal’ibali Has a Fabulous Competition for Your Inner Story


Will you be South Africa’s next Story Bosso? Nal’ibali is a national campaign to spark a love of reading for South African children, in their own language. Right now they are running their annual story talent search… looking for an amazing storyteller in South Africa. The idea is to reawaken our culture of storytelling. Everybody has a story to tell and if you have a story bubbling to get out and you would like a chance at having it transformed into a book then here is your chance. For the Story Bosso competition you can submit a video or audio clip of you telling your story or reading your story, a new story or a retelling… in any one of South Africa’s eleven official languages. Really don’t be intimidated, last years winner was just se7en years old… anybody stands a chance. You can read all about the competition here. And important: closing date is 14 October… head on over and tell your story!!!

That’s us… Hope you are all had a fabulous weekend!!!

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