This week has been social and I’ve loved it. Everything has come up last minute and somehow it’s all fitted in perfectly. The summer holidays don’t make too much difference to us, but we do get to spend time with friends we don’t see very often. We spent last Friday at Clifton Park in Rotherham with friends, and although it was very cloudy the boys had a great time in the water fountains. It’s the first time I’ve been and it’s really fantastic.
My sister gets married next Saturday and I’m heading down to Cambridge on Wednesday or Thursday to help with prep. I am so excited, and I really hope the sun is shining for them. I’m speaking at the wedding service and need to sit down and finalise my thoughts. I don’t want to be worrying about it last minute!
I’m really enjoying ‘Hippy Dinners’ – it’s light hearted but I feel like I’m learning lots. Red magazine has popped through my door, so that too, of course.
Following lots of recommendations I decided to watch ‘The Outcast’ one evening. I’m gearing myself up to watch the second episode, because it was all just too sad and emotional. Talking about sad things, I watched Panorama ‘Terror on the Beach’ too, about the shootings in Tunisia. It was completely harrowing and made me feel physically sick – horrific.
…more Taylor Swift.
Other than a lasagna that we all really enjoyed – not a lot. I’m determined to make the boys something to wear for my sisters wedding next Saturday. A shirt and shorts, or trousers – we’ll see!
I took the boys to a bush babies activity on Monday and they made a butterfly and a caterpillar. It was such a lovely, simple morning. It’s on every week during the holidays and we’ll definitely be going again.
Unfortunately, lots of boots and jumpers, but Rufus did get a new pair of wellies that are rather cheery.
Tonight we are having five of Win’s cousins for a sleepover. Call me crazy, but I literally cannot wait!
Have a brilliant weekend.
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