This may have to be the fastest post ever on account of a lie in and a day out (ie lie in late up - day out about to begin LOL).
But what is Rocking your world this Friday?
Blue skies - I love blue sky days they are awesome!
Spending time in the garden yesterday with hubby - doing nothing (well it felt like that - technically I was working but we won't mention that).
My sister firstly for getting said 10 year old back on the ice on Tuesday when said husband managed to fall and hurt himself on the ice (hurt being a trip to A&E a potential broken nose, two black eyes and some superglue stitches - I kid you not) and secondly for volunteering for babysitting last night and having said 10 year old overnight which meant - gasp wait for it - date night with hubby cannot remember the last time we had one of those - it was lovely - I mean really really lovely - we went to La Tasca for food, then we went for a walk in Wentworth along the church path, then sat in a beer garden chatting and drinking J20's and watching the bats, then home for a coffee on the patio - it was brilliant - so thank you Melanie you are a star!
A week of (of sorts) that's been nice, to slow down, not quite managed to stop but definitely slowed and enjoyed the sunshine did a little gardening just tootling about - bliss.
Craft night on Wednesday with Mum, Melanie and Nirvana, (always entertaining) Mum managed to do an art journal page that she continued to attack until she'd beaten it into submission and Melanie started a couple of pages and we blended images, once she'd seen how I do them she said she'd do more and yes Carmen before you ask I am attempting to film the blending so I can share the technique but the other night when I did it I had spring watch on in the back ground and it makes it sound like I'm being rather pretentious we made me laugh.
OK, my beautiful Rockettes I'm gonna have to dash off to a Wildlife park in Doncaster - the kids want to see Meercats and Lions - I'll report back later - plus it means more photo opportunities.
OK crafting - this one was from a sketch I forget where - documenting not such a great walk when we were at the Yurt last year, Melanie managed to swap boots twice, the first time into mine and the second into her daughters whose boots happened to be a size too small for her - don't ask!
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