It was heavenly. Til the alarm went off and the husband jumped in his sleep and then snored like a trombone.
Never been so disappointed that a dream wasn't reality. I should have realised it was only a dream - after the gig I offered him a plate of beef casserole that my mum had made for him...he refused it but then kissed me. Ahhhhhh...
Onto cherry tree treasures, I have bought the Princess this Indigo (M&S) t-shirt for £2. Very good condition and will last her this year and next. It came from Sue Ryder.
I then bought this Ladybird book, which is a little more of a collector's item, according to my research, although not in mint condition. I got it for 50p. A bargain as they normally start at £1.99.
I love the innocence and simplicity in Ladybird books. When it was all traditional and technology didn't really exist. Mothers weren't blogging, they were baking. Now they are blogging, baking and crocheting!!!
I also got this book, also 50p, to add to my collection. I have nearly 100 now. Every single one is a treasure from the cherry tree.
See these jeans below (only pic I can find at the mo, I am in the pashmina)?
I bought them years and years ago from Gap. I love them as they are the trusty pair of jeans that tell me whether I have gained or lost weight. I've had times in them when they are practically falling off me, and times when I really shouldn't have tried to squeeze into them.
Anyway, after I had the Prince, I tried to squeeze into them waaay too soon and my bottom literally fell out of them and there was a massive rip under one of the back pockets, exposing all.
I didn't know WHAT to do with them. Cuckoo did.
I have been doing some work this evening (well, writing a news story about Noo Noo to send to the Whitstable rags, if I'm honest). This is the view. You can't do THAT in an office day job. In your pyjamas. Wearing no make-up and looking dog-rough with frizzy hair (no pics of that I'm afraid!)