So I'm very close to my teulu (family) and as a result the gwr (husband) and I spend a lot of time traveling back and forth to Wales. Two and a half hours from our current cartref (home) and probably at least three and a half from our next one. However it's worth it to … Continue reading Teaching the Lost Astronomer Welsh: Family
So a couple of months ago I tried to put my own infertility issues into perspective, when I found out about my closest friends mum being ill. Last week she died and Thursday we attended her funeral. It was truly horrible to see how upset everyone was. It probably didn't help that I had no … Continue reading Teaching The Lost Astronomer Welsh: Life Events
Slowly but surely over the last few years I have been attempting to teach my hopelessly English husband to speak Welsh. And so I've decided to write a weekly, (possibly fortnightly?) blog post about how this is going.
*Translation below* Gwyl Ddewi wedi dod eto a'r unig beth I wahaniaethu'r dydd yn Lloegr yw'r ffaith fy mod i'n gwisgo fy Ngrys Rygbi a fod pot o ddaffodils yn ty gyda fi. Mach yn wahanol i fel oedd pethach blynyddoedd nol yn fy ngwisg Cymraeg a gwasanaethau ysgol a ysgol Sul. Rwy'n gweld eisiau'r … Continue reading Gwyl Ddewi – St David’s Day
Now I may or may not have mentioned that I am Welsh, and as a result every now and again I shall be adding a blog in Welsh. It is my first language after all. It's also a good way for me to keep up my written Welsh, something I barely do these days now … Continue reading Writing in Welsh-IVF tu fas i Gymru