Saturday, 27 June 2015
This afternoon we attended a school friends birthday party. All of the kiddies were so incredibly sweaty from zooming around on the wheely things and bouncing on the bouncy castle. In the party bag, Mr Bee found a little water pistol, so as soon as he got home, he stripped off and commenced a water fight with Pappy.
I'm not sure who won, they were both wet through by the time they called it a day!
We spent the best part of an hour testing out all of the new play things after school last week whilst the weather was acceptable! Mr Bee even let me have a go!
And it seems that I have become quite a cat magnet recently. Both of these beauties followed me up and down the street, they were too cute!
Friday, 26 June 2015
During the summer term, Mr Bee has been having football lessons as part of an afterschool club. He hasn't been so good at taking part, but has has loved the extra time playing with his friends. However the best part of the course was of course, getting a medal at the end!
Wednesday, 24 June 2015
Call me a broken record as I am posting a lot about my little garden at the moment! I am so pleased and incredibly proud that I am actually managing to grow things in my garden!
This week I have noticed pea pods forming and growing nicely, strawberries turning red and a flood of marigolds blooming in my little basket.
Yesterday I noted three rose buds forming on my little bush, the start of some flowers on the lobelia, and the dahlias are starting to shoot up. There is nothing I like more these days than to potter in the garden pinching out the tomato shoots and making sure the peas and the sweet peas are growing nicely up their frames.
I never thought that I would be able to put my hand to a garden after the bad luck that I have had in the past but I am so pleased at my new little hobby. Maybe next year will be even more organised, who knows!
We had a lovely Fathers Day breakfast in the Organic House Cafe, I would definitely recommend it if you are in the area, they do a great range for veggies and vegans!
It was a dreary and damp day but we had a little wander around to look at the ducks. Mr Bee was adament that we had to go over the super old bridge which is central to the town. He spent ages looking at the ducks before we set off to visit Great Grandma in her home.
This little fellow was waddling up the high street quacking so loudly, it was a funny sight!
We had a lovely Sunday Roast courtesy of Grandpaw and set off back home (stopping off at our favourite Starbucks en route of course!) ready for the shopping to be delivered.