11th Friday of the year already and its
Friday 8th - Gelli plating madness - such utter fun, had a lovely day playing with paints, watching films (listening to them if I'm honest far too busy gelli plating for watching films). Creating art - bliss!
Saturday 9th - Hubby on overtime (that didn't Rock) but spending time with said 12 year old was lovely, we managed to track down a great jigsaw using a book voucher bought by a friend for making her a gift and the jigsaw is something that we can do as a family - now this I like!!
Sunday 10th - Mother's Day - fantastic Rugby match in the afternoon England and 6 Nations - haven't screamed that loudly at the TV in quite some time, lovely pressies bought by said 12 year old with his own money - honestly he spent way too much, I got flowers, a gold necklace with the word Mum on it, Sherlock series 1 and 2 on DVD and a teddy - like I said way too much - but all his own choice! Got to see my Mum and sister and niece and have a lovely natter and then saw them again later on in the evening with my Mum's hubby as well as we all went out for a fab meal! My sister and niece enjoying the world's smallest dessert was fun too and got photos so more scrapbooking!
Mmm then it goes a little downhill - crikey - too much work not enough fun!!!! Monday was hard - mmm can I think of anything? Climbing on sofa at end of day - that was nice!
Tuesday - another difficult day but my lil bro arriving back on a surprise visit from Ireland was fab!!!!!!!!
Wednesday - mmmmmmmmmm another difficult day - let me see - hubby managing to get said 12 year old the red nose cuddly toys that he really wanted (I'd only managed to get one on line as the others were 'sold out') so hubby managed the hat trick!
Thursday - random calls with my Mum and writing this post, actually trying to put some perspective together - now that has to be a positive doesn't it?
So what's 'Rocked' your world this week, no matter how small or insignificant they may seem, add them all together and you see how much of a difference they make to life!
I'll leave you with a quick layout of said 12 year old and the 'fuel-meter' he created to prove how hungry he was - you'll note he was on 'empty' when I took the photo (nothing new there!)
Hope you've had a great week!