I'm watching the tennis and trying not to think about the fact that school is back tomorrow
and I'll have to face the morning routine of cajoling and lunch making with only a few hours sleep.
By rights, being Scottish I should be supporting Andy Murray, but I've been a Roger fan for a long time.
It's still only the first set and it's a nail biter so far.
I had a big list of house related stuff I wanted to get done over this past week.
Needless to say most of my little jobs didn't get done, but none of those jobs are going
I did find time to visit the lovely Black and Spiro where I
bought this bedspread - blue, white, red, and polka dots -
what's not to love?
holidays are always a good time for some
crafty stuff at GoMA
the rules get relaxed when the man of the house
We went camping for a few days in the second week of the holidays. Friends were
generally incredulous when they heard of our planned adventure.
The comments I heard the most were all along the lines of
"mmm, never quite saw you as a camper".
One friend said to me (in mock seriousness, but of course there's
always a grain of truth in these comments): "but how will you manage
without your GHD?" What can I say, my friends know me well.
Anyway, I am pleased to report we had a great time. Thanks
B for including us in your trip xx
how blue is that sky?
tolerant guinea pigs at the camp site.
they were on the receiving end of a lot of
love from all the kids - whether they
wanted it or not
beautiful weather for a bush walk
nothing beats a fire, red wine and conversation
I even managed to make it to the finders keepers
markets today and picked up some
I'm not back at work until Tuesday so am aiming to tackle some of those
jobs tomorrow. First on the list is trying to finally sort out the window coverings
in the bedroom.
As I finish this, Murray has just won the first set. I hope I have
the stamina to stay up and watch this match as it's going to be a cracker.
Caffeine will be my friend tomorrow.
Night all x