Celia Waters

"Mummy Ce"
Wishing it was sunny again
Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (121 of 141)
Location: UK
Anniversary: 1 Mar
Birthday: 18 Sep

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 13,329 - Total Helpful Votes: 121 of 141
Signare Fashion Canvas /Tapestry Bowling Bag / Bar&hellip Signare
these tapestry bags make great handbags. they look very smart and certainly look more expensive than what you pay (about 25UKP) - there are lots of different styles to choose from and also sizes. My year 11 daughter has the larger size as her school bag.
inside there are three small pockets for phones/keys/pen - one of which has a zip. I have used it's predecessor bag over 6 months and it still looks smart. I bought this one for a change of colour.
Studying with Dyslexia (Pocket Study Skills) by Janet Godwin
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
this pocket sized book is a gem - I bought this so that I could help my 14 year old daughter, study & revise as she was getting so overwhelmed with her school work (first year of GCSE's) & her teachers didn't seem to understand her learning style/needs.

this book helps to identify learning styles, how dyslexics usually approach learning (which typically leaves them in an exhausting mess) this book also helps you identify resources to help - even at Uni level.
Kaiser 651231 Spring-Form Cake Tin 28 cm by Kaiser
These are not cheap, but it is a genuine case of, you get what you pay for.
If you want to make a massive cake then the 28cm is perfect. The quality is very good - heavy duty metal for even baking, the cream coloured surface is a safe non-stick type, they are (so far) very easy to wash - but hand wash only.

am so pleased that I may treat myself to some smaller cake tins.

Previously I used Anolon - again heavy duty metal but the non-stick stopped being non-stick after a while - which was greatly disappointing. The spring attachment also 'detached' itself and became unusable.

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