28 July 2017

Win a Swizzels Gift Box to Celebrate 60 Years of Drumsticks

***GIVEAWAY***
Swizzels are one of the longest running sweet factories in the world. They have been making sweets since 1928 and still continue inventing new ones to this day.  You've probably heard of every one of their sweets. In 1957 they introduced the drumstick lolly - the only chewy lolly available at the time - and we have teamed up with Swizzels to celebrate 60 years of the Drumstick Lolly with a great giveaway.

Win a Swizzels Gift Box to Celebrate 60 Years of Drumsticks



26 July 2017

Wonderfolk at Woodhorn – The Interactive Family Trail

***REVIEW*** 
Woodhorn Museum in Ashington, Northumberland has got an exciting new interactive family quest for the summer school holidays, where children and their families are being invited unearth the Wonderfolk. 

This sounded very intriguing so My Boys Club went along to help test the trail before it was opened to the public.

Wonderfolk at Woodhorn – The Interactive Family Trail in Northumberland


24 July 2017

Comics: Explore and Create Comic Art at Seven Stories

***REVIEW***
A new exhibition has opened at Seven Stories: the National Centre for Children’s Books, in the Ouseburn Valley in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Seven Stories has gathered together an eclectic mix of original comic art to impress and inspire all comics’ fans. 

My Boys Club went along to find out more…

Comics: Explore and Create Comic Art at Seven Stories in Newcastle

21 July 2017

I sea bacon - the vegetarian & vegan alternative to bacon

***REVIEW***
I was recently contacted and asked if I'd like to try a vegan alternative to bacon called 'I sea bacon'.

Really, seaweed that tastes like bacon? It does sound so unbelievable that I really wanted to try it. So I did.

I Sea Bacon - the vegan alternative to Bacon


19 July 2017

A-Z Free Family Days Out in the North East + Map

With the six weeks school holiday nearly upon us, I thought a handy A-Z list of free family days out in the North East may just come in useful …with so many free places for a family to have a fun day in North East England you just need a picnic, sun cream, a brolly and transport and you are set.

A-Z Free Family Days Out in the North East + Map

18 July 2017

6 Films to Watch in the 6 Week Holiday at home with the Kids

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There are so many great children’s films around at the moment. So much more than when I was little. We do like to get out and about as a family during the holidays but the boys also need some downtime, to recharge those batteries and we all love a family film night with pizza and popcorn.

If you missed any of these films when they were in the cinema, then the school holidays are a great opportunity to catch up with them on DVD and watch on an HD television such as the 4K TV Panasonic.

So get the whole family comfy, slice up the pizza, open up the popcorn and it’s just like having Hollywood in your home.

6 Films to Watch in the 6 Week Holiday at home with the Kids

17 July 2017

A Family Holiday to Loch Ness - Part 6 - Ben Nevis, Glen Coe and Loch Lomond

After a week in Scotland, staying on the shores of the beautiful and enigmatic Loch Ness, it was finally time to leave. So after we had cruised on Loch Nessdiscovered waterfallsexplored historic battlefieldstaken a road trip with the Harry Potter train and spotted castles and dolphins the week was sadly but finally over.

We had to be out of our self-catering accommodation by 10 am but we had the whole day to enjoy the journey home and make it an extension of the holiday rather than just a seven–hour ordeal! So our journey took us through the Great Glen Way, Ben Nevis, Fort William, Glen Coe, Loch Lomond and Glasgow before crossing the border and arriving back in Newcastle.

A Family Holiday to Loch Ness Ben Nevis, Glen Coe and Loch Lomond


14 July 2017

A Girls Night Out In Jesmond at Bistro 46

Every few months I head out without the boys or hubby and enjoy a foodie themed evening with a bunch of mum friends whom I've known since the boys were at nursery. On this occasion, the destination for our eating out was to be Bistro 46 in a suburb of Newcastle called Jesmond - a place I'd heard good things about but had not actually been to.

Bistro 46 Jesmond Newcastle review


12 July 2017

Win A Family Ticket to Newcastle Panto this Christmas - Sleeping Beauty


***GIVEAWAY***

As the Pantomime season gets ever closer, yes, it is only 166 days until Christmas Day, we have a family ticket to Sleeping Beauty at Gateshead International Stadium in December to give away to one lucky reader.

Win A Family Ticket to Newcastle Panto this Christmas - Sleeping Beauty

10 July 2017

A Family Holiday to Loch Ness - Part 5 - Castles and Dolphins

***REVIEW***
If you have been reading our recent posts you’ll know that last month we took a family holiday to Loch Ness in the Highlands of Scotland. Before we travelled, I had thought that it would be a good trip - but honestly, I never dreamed it would be half as amazing as the week actually turned out to be.

So far during our week-long stay in Scotland we had cruised on Loch Ness, discovered waterfalls, explored historic battlefields and taken a road trip with the Harry Potter train but on day 5 our plans changed and we'd end up in both the West and East coasts of Scotland photographing castles and dolphins.


Family Holiday to Loch Ness with Castles and Dolphins at Eilean Donan, Plockton, Black Isle and Moray Firth


7 July 2017

MOKURU - The Latest Fidget Toy Craze from Japan - Everything You Need to Know

***NEW FIDGET TOY REVIEW***

One of my favourite toys, when I was a child, was a Weeble – it wobbled but it wouldn’t fall down. So imagine my delight when I found out that the new ‘fidget’ toy that has taken Japan by storm and goes on sale in the UK from today, also stands upright every time you push it over … however you can actually lie this toy down flat too.

So what is this new toy? 

MOKURU is a Japanese balance toy that tests the concentration and hand-eye coordination skills for individuals of all ages.

MOKURU - The Latest Fidget Toy Craze from Japan - Everything You Need to Know

5 July 2017

Family Dining at Turtle Bay in Newcastle

***REVIEW***
A Caribbean-themed menu just conjures up so many great images and thoughts of food with so much flavour, taste, spice, sweet and sour ... amazing seafood, one-pot stews, curry dishes, fresh and exotic vegetables all cooked in wonderful sauces … with plenty of spice.

We were lucky enough to stop off in the Caribbean on our return from travels in Peru in South America, and I remember the amazing food we enjoyed, so when an invitation arrived to review the new menu at Turtle Bay in Newcastle it definitely got our taste buds going.

Family Dining at Turtle Bay in Newcastle

3 July 2017

A Family Holiday to Loch Ness - Part 4 - Relaxation, Rain and Bluebells

At the end of May, we took a family holiday in Scotland. In the Scottish Highlands at Loch Ness to be precise. 

After spending the first few days of our trip enjoying a cruise on the Loch itself and learning about Nessy, discovering waterfalls and battlefields and then taking a road trip with Harry Potter it was time to chill. And with a day of rain forecast, we decided to spend most of the day at the lodge. Well, it would be a big shame not too when it was so lovely.


Loch Ness Holiday Lodges and Invermoriston Falls.

1 July 2017

7 Things To Do This Month - July

Wow, it’s the month of July already. And where has the first half of 2017 gone? We don't have any birthdays to celebrate this month but the month of July was actually named after Julius Caesar as it was the month of his birth. However, we do celebrate our wedding anniversary.

July is also one of the months that has 31 days, so with plenty of days to fill this month here are 7 things to do, make, eat, read, listen to, enter and enjoy.


30 June 2017

Bouncing Around in Hartlepool at Jump 360 Trampoline Park

***REVIEW***
It was a Father’s Day with a difference this year as we headed down the A19 from Newcastle for a Father’s Day treat for hubby - a family bounce around at the Trampoline Park Jump 306 in Hartlepool.


29 June 2017

10 Rainy Day Ideas in North East England

Last week it was too hot. This week it's too wet. Got to love the British weather.

On average it rains one in three days in the UK, so as Brits it's always good to have in mind things to do, places to go and activities to enjoy as a family on rainy days. 

Living in the UK we are the used to the changeable weather, but as well as the sunshine that also means rain. Britain has four distinct seasons of fairly equal length - spring, summer, autumn and winter - and here in North East England we have a mild humid temperate climate with warm summers and no dry season. 

Much of our region has at least 105 days of rain every year so it's no wonder that we have so many great indoor places to enjoy family days out when it is wet.

10 Rainy Day Ideas in North East England

28 June 2017

Free Family Events and Activities in July in North East England

***FREE EVENTS***

There is plenty to celebrate in July. The school holidays will begin, it's Wimbledon, the sun shines and it is warm(er). It's also my wedding anniversary so a good month for us!

With over 25 free family events and activities throughout North East England in Northumberland, Newcastle, Gateshead, South Tyneside, Sunderland, Durham and Middlesbrough - where will July take you this year?

Free Family Events and Activities in July in North East England


27 June 2017

Lunch with the Girls at Gusto on Newcastle Quayside

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of enjoying lunch with a few friends. Although all mums of young children, on this occasion we left our children at home and enjoyed an afternoon of good food and wine and grown-up chat. We ate lovely food, and the sparkling conversation and wine flowed too at Gusto on Newcastle Quayside as we celebrated a birthday.
Lunch with the Girls at Gusto on Newcastle Quayside

26 June 2017

A Family Holiday to Loch Ness - Part 3 - A Harry Potter Road Trip

During half-term in May, we headed to Scotland for a family holiday. Our family of four based ourselves in a lodge overlooking Loch Ness and spent a week exploring the Scottish Highlands. On day 3 we headed west for a 'Harry Potter' road trip. Can you believe that it is 20 years since the first Harry Potter book, the iconic Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was first published?

A Harry Potter Road Trip through Fort Willam and Glenfinnan to Mallaig.


23 June 2017

Sunday Lunch at The Stables, Beamish, County Durham

***Review***
The Stables Bar, Restaurant and Brewery can be found at Beamish Hall, in County Durham. The boys enjoyed a taster session of the Beamish Wild Holiday Camps recently and while we were there we also sampled Sunday Lunch. Here's how we got on.

Sunday Lunch at The Stables, Beamish, County Durham - trying out the vegetarian alternative to the traditional meat Sunday Roast.

21 June 2017

Cool Citrus Coleslaw - This Summer's Perfect Slaw Recipe

***RECIPE***
The summer solstice is here. Today is the longest day of the year, with more hours of daylight than any other in the UK. Ofter termed midsummer, in fact, the summer is only just beginning. And summer food to me means salad. 

Not a warm salad that we’ve enjoyed over winter, but a dish that is crispy, fresh, tasty, light but also filling. So here is a delicious recipe for a cool citrus coleslaw.


Cool Citrus Coleslaw - with Red cabbage, carrot and red onion - this Summer's Perfect Slaw Recipe


20 June 2017

Will the Veggie Burgers at Smashburger Smash it?

***Review***

It's always nice to receive an invitation to try somewhere new, in this case, Smashburger in intu Eldon Square in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.


19 June 2017

A Family Holiday to Loch Ness - Part 2 - Waterfalls & Battlefields

On day two of our family holiday to Loch Ness, in the Scottish Highlands, we come across waterfalls and battlefields, as we head into nature at the Falls of Foyers and also get a history lesson at Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre.

Family Holiday to Loch Ness falls of foyer, culloden battlefield, dores, fort augustus


16 June 2017

Our Four Favourite Strawberry Recipes


***RECIPE***

Do you have a garden full of strawberries and not sure what to do with them? Here you'll find our four favourite strawberry recipes plus lots more ways we want to try eating strawberries with this year's harvest.

Nearly everybody loves strawberries, making these bright red berries one of the most popular berry fruits in the world. They are also native to many parts of the world and can even be grown in gardens up north here in the UK!


Our Four Favourite Garden Strawberry Recipes


15 June 2017

Going on a Bear Hunt with Ready Brek

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Have you seen the Ready Brek packs that are on the supermarket shelves at the moment? They have a great tie-in with Walker Books and the children’s classic book ‘We’re Going On a Bear Hunt’. 

We have been lucky enough to have some of the new Ready Brek packs which include hints and tips about spending time outdoors and going on a bear hunt sent to us along with Bear Hunt adventure and explorer books. And you could win the same too. Simply scroll to the end of the post to enter!

We're Going on a Bear Hunt with Ready Brek and Walker Books


14 June 2017

Family Day Out at LEGOLAND Discovery Centre in Manchester

***REVIEW***
With a weekend in Manchester planned for the family, the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre was a place on the list that the boys were looking forward to visiting. They have been to LEGOLAND Windsor, and as the Manchester site is not a theme park, I made sure the boys knew this before we headed there for our family day out, but I needn’t have been worried. 

Although my eldest, now 10 is probably reaching the top end of the age group LEGOLAND Manchester is aimed at, he and his brother (8) had a brilliant time. Four hours later we only left because the visitor attraction was closing!

A Family Day Out at LEGOLAND Discovery Centre in Manchester

13 June 2017

12 June 2017

A Family Holiday to Loch Ness – Part 1 - Jacobite Cruises and The Loch Ness Centre

Scotland. The UKs northernmost country, a land of mountains, glens and lochs and famous cities. Amazing landscapes, culture, history, and nature. All of these awaited us on our recent trip to Scotland.

The Highlands in Scotland, in fact. A place I'd only ever been to once before but have always wanted to return. Our first visit resulted from making the most of the amazing weather on a weekend in Glasgow to Newcastle, meaning we took the long route home via Ben Nevis, Loch Ness, Aviemore and Edinburgh, with an overnight stay in Drumnadrochit. This time we planned a week-long stay. That wasn't the only difference though, this time we'd have two children coming with us too - their first experience of the Highlands.

We picked the western end of Loch Ness, Port Clair in between Invermoriston and Fort Augustus as our base. The luxury Loch Ness Highland Lodges were everything I expected and more, and with some great tips and ideas from Visit Inverness and Loch Ness, we were ready to go.


8 June 2017

Free Family Events & Activities in North East England in June

***FREE EVENTS***
There is plenty to celebrate in June. The month that marks the end of Spring and the start of Summer. Although there are no Bank Holidays or School Holidays we do though celebrate Father’s Day and the Queen’s Official Birthday, and Summer this year begins on the Summer Solstice of Wednesday 21. 

With free family events and activities throughout North East England in Northumberland, Newcastle, Gateshead, South Tyneside, Sunderland, Durham and Middlesbrough - where will June take you this year?

Free Family Events & Activities in North East England in June

7 June 2017

Why I'm voting for my children's future in the General Election

I wasn't going to write a political blog post. In fact, I'm not writing a party political blog post but instead why I'm voting for my children's future.

This is a 'family lifestyle' blog and there is nothing bigger happening in my life at the moment than the UK General Election and what it could potentially mean to the futures of my boys.

The UK General Election on June 8 2017 - Why I'm voting for my children's future.


6 June 2017

How to Make Banana Pancakes With Just 2 Ingredients

***RECIPE*** 
Yes, you read that correctly, banana pancakes made with just two ingredients and my boys loved them. Yes really, a pancake recipe with no flour, no milk, no salt or sugar ... just 2 eggs and 1 banana required.

How to Make Banana Pancakes With Just Two Ingredients - Eggs and Banana - Gluten free too.

5 June 2017

AniMalcolm by David Baddiel - A Book Review

***Review With Affiliate Links***

AniMalcolm is a new children's book by author David Baddiel. My Boys Club were asked to write a review of the book based on our very own honest opinions.

I have to say before you read this review, of AniMalcolm, that I am a big David Baddiel fan. 

From right back to my student days when there were some TV programmes that our whole house watched religiously – by appointment as it is called it now - and even opted to stay in for (or at least head to the pub afterwards). One of these was The Mary White House Experience – a topical sketch show which transferred to TV from radio starring David Baddiel as well as Rob Newman, Hugh Dennis and Steve Punt.

My Boys Club review AniMalcolm a children's book by David Baddiel now out in paperback.


3 June 2017

7 Things To Do This Month - June

Wow, it’s the month of June already. Where have the first five months of 2017 gone? 

June is a month that marks the end of Spring and the start of Summer. There are no Bank Holidays or School Holidays after the end of half-term but we do celebrate Father’s Day and the Queen’s Official Birthday, and with Summer this year beginning on the Summer Solstice on Wednesday 21 - here are 7 things to do this month, now that it is June.

7 Things to do in the month of June -  places to go with and without the kids, what to watch, eat, make and listen to.


25 May 2017

Wild Play at Whinlatter Forest in The Lake District

On a recent trip to The Lake District, we chanced upon a brilliant play area for children. 

It was the Wild Play trail at Whinlatter Forest. It is just a few miles from Keswick and offers a wonderful play trail through the trees with swinging, splashing, sliding and climbing – and the best part is it's all for FREE.

Wild Play at Whinlatter Forest in The Lake District - near to Keswick in Cumbria.



24 May 2017

Eating Out at George's Great British Kitchen with the Boys

***REVIEW***
At the end of last year, me and hubby enjoyed a child-free lunch at George’s Great British Kitchen in Newcastle, whilst we did some Christmas shopping. What a treat! 

And indeed it was such a treat so that when we were asked if we’d like to do a family review we has no hesitation in saying yes. It was somewhere we thought the kids would like – fish and chips and a bucket and spade. Plus candyfloss – sounds like food heaven to me, never mind the boys.


Eating Out at George's Great British Kitchen in Newcastle with the Boys header

22 May 2017

Free Family Events and Activities In North East England During Spring May Bank Holiday Week

Just one week to go until it's the school holidays next week. Let's hope for a bit of sunshine so we can get out and about in North East England. There are some great free family events happening right across the region in Northumberland, Newcastle, Gateshead, South Tyneside, Sunderland and Durham. What are you looking forward to most?

Free Family Events and Activities In North East England During Spring May Bank Holiday Week

19 May 2017

Yo! Sushi - Trying Out the New Menu in Newcastle

***REVIEW***
Wow. Well, what can I say about Yo Sushi? I’m a big fan of sushi. It's fresh. It's light. I always feel like I’m being healthy when I eat it, yet I hadn't actually been to a Yo! Sushi restaurant before. 

The boys have eaten there. My hubby has been – so it seems like I’m the last person to try out Yo! Sushi. In this house at least. So what better evening to try their food out, than when they are launching a new menu. At least I’ll be the first in my family to taste these dishes!


17 May 2017

The Wonder that is Castlerigg Stone Circle - Visiting with kids

Have you been to Castlerigg Stone Circle? 

It is in the Lake District, located in-between Ullswater and Derwent Water, close to the town of Keswick. Less than a 2-hour drive from Newcastle-upon-Tyne - the drive is totally worth it.

The Wonder that is Castlerigg Stone Circle - with kids

15 May 2017

7 Ways to Enjoy National Vegetarian Week

National Vegetarian Week 2017 runs from 15-21 May, and it’s all about eating veggie for the week and still enjoying delicious, exciting food. 
To mark the occasion, we are sharing our favourite recipes and we’ve come up with a list of 7 ways to enjoy National Vegetarian Week. So why not make the most of some new ideas and meat-free recipes and get stuck in …

7 wats to enjoy national vegetarian week

Cooking Dinner with a Gousto Recipe Box

***REVIEW***
When I was invited to review a Gousto Recipe Box I knew it would be a challenge. Not because I don’t like cooking. Not because I find cooking difficult, In fact, cooking is one of my favourite past-times / necessities in life. But because I find it difficult to stick to a recipe. I love to experiment, put my own twist on things and adapt recipes to fit me and my family's tastes.

Cooking Dinner with a Gousto Recipe Box


However, I was also intrigued to discover how good a Gousto Recipe Box would be and therefore I would have to stick to the rules!

Fun STEM learning with Little House of Science

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Both boys and girls are curious and want to learn about our world and how everything works and Little House of Science offers weekly maths and science workshops for children ranging from 3 to 11 years of age as well as experiential sessions for babies and toddlers from 6 months.


12 May 2017

Balloons InDurham - Everything You Need To Know

In two weeks time when you look to the skies above Durham City, it will be awash with brightly coloured balloons. The horizon will be lit up with hot air balloons galore as a weekend of spectacular bank holiday family fun comes to Durham. 

One of my favourite holiday experiences ever was taking a flight in hot air balloon across the Masai Mara in  Kenya. I'm also always very jealous of one of my favourite British Cities - Bristol with their fabulous annual balloon festival. So I was very excited when I heard the news that Durham was to get its own balloon festival here in the northeast.

Balloons inDurham - Everything You Need To Know


We preview the festival that will run from dawn to dusk with everything you need to know about Balloons InDurham.

10 May 2017

An Afternoon Tea with a Noveltea Twist

***REVIEW***
With 84% of the British population drinking tea and herbal infusions every day - that's over 165 million cups of tea consumed every day - it is no wonder that someone has come up with an alcoholic version ... and I was lucky enough to be invited along to the launch last month.


The launch took place in Fenwick Newcastle, who are also the first retailer to stock NOVELTEA in their flagship store in intu Eldon Square. I love an Espresso Martini so after reading about this new product, I was intrigued as to what alcoholic tea would actually taste like.


An Afternoon Tea with a Noveltea Twist

9 May 2017

Northern Orchestra - Increasing Access to Classical Music

***REVIEW***
Last weekend, me and hubby went to a classical music concert. It was to see an orchestra that I had been working with as a PR client, however knowing my hubby likes classical music I suggested we went along.

Northern Orchestra - increasing access to classical music

8 May 2017

How to make Meat-Free Peking ‘Duck’ from Jackfruit

***RECIPE***

Jackfruit. What is it you may ask? I know I did when I first saw it on a restaurant menu. 

Jackfruit is a fruit. One of the largest fruits – up to 80lbs in weight - grown on a tree – a Jackfruit tree. Jackfruit is naturally vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, also low in calories and an excellent source of fibre. It is also the best vegan ingredient that I have ever seen for making meat-free alternative dishes to burgers, 'pulled-pork' and even more surprisingly Peking Duck!

But more than that, it’s also a healthy and sustainable vegan meat replacement. Or as I like to think, a healthy and sustainable meat replacement for anyone – not just vegans and vegetarians.

So here is my recipe to make Meat Free Peking ‘Duck’ from Jackfruit.

How to Make Meat Free Peking Duck from Jackfruit

5 May 2017

A Sunday Stroll (aka Pub Crawl) around Ouseburn (Newcastle)

One Sunday afternoon we had the opportunity to head out without the boys and enjoy a stroll around one an area that is fast becoming known nationally as a hip hangout - Ouseburn in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.


A Sunday Stroll (aka Pub Crawl) around Ouseburn


3 May 2017

Quentin Blake: Inside Stories - Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle

***REVIEW***
The Quentin Blake: Inside Stories exhibition is on at the Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle until 8 July. 

My boys love their art, love Roald Dahl and with an artist, for a dad, I knew this was something the whole family would love to see when we were invited along to review the exhibition. So during the recent school holidays off we went.

Quentin Blake: Inside Stories at the Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle

1 May 2017

7 Things To Do This Month - May

May is not only the fifth month of the year but also gives us two bank holidays plus a week of school holidays too and it really starts to get warmer, lighter and we all start feeling better. So here are seven things to do with and without the family, to eat, make and also enjoy in May.

7 Things To Do This Month - May

28 April 2017

Free Family Events and Activities in North East England in May

***FREE EVENTS***
The month of May. One of the best months of the year. Many of our family were born in this month so we have a lot of celebrating to do. As well as the current UK Prime Minister being called May, apparently 9 UK prime ministers were actually born in May, which is more than any other month. Maybe one day one of us will be PM!

May also gives us two Bank Holiday Weekends, another week of school holidays and it really starts to get warmer, lighter and we all start feeling better. To celebrate here are some of the FREE family events and activities taking place in and around North East England in May, including Northumberland, North Tyneside, Newcastle, Gateshead, South Tyneside, Durham and Teesside.


Free Family Events and Activities in North East England in May

If you know of any other free events please email them to me and I’ll add them to the list.


27 April 2017

7 Tips on How to Protect Your Hair in the Summer Months

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The warmth of summer is always welcome. Longer days, plenty of sunshine, peeling away the layers of clothing are part and parcel of life with winter behind us for another year.

Heat and the sun make us feel so much better about ourselves but, the effects of the summer are somewhat tempered with a heavy dose of reality when we look in the mirror: overly dry hair, damaged by the sun, chlorine from days at the pool and salt water from days at the beach.

Fortunately, all it takes is a few changes and creating your own summer hair care routine to save your luscious locks from the dreaded summer dull-and-lifeless droop.

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