|Spot my mum singing VERY enthusiastically!! |
And I didn't want 36 candles on there.
We went to Somerset on Saturday to see my parents, I've been really home sick recently and miss them so much.
They kindly looked after the kids while I visited my oldest friend in the whole wide world - Becks. She gave birth to Amelia Elsie three weeks ago and we finally met, and now I am all broody again. We've been friends for 32 years!
Then we went out in Bath and had dinner which was lovely. Not done that with the husband in literally months and months. Dinner was followed by the comedy club in central Bath. I've never been to one and it was a surprise and HILARIOUS!
Afterwards it turned into a Motown disco. We danced til 1.30am and didn't get home til 2am. I was up at 6.30am with the Prince and can't even talk about my tiredness. I may well weep. I shall be in bed tres early tonight. But it was worth it to spend time with my man.
|I wore a Cherry Tree outfit. Blurred pic, soz.|
Then yesterday I went for a walk around Longleat with my mum and the Princess while the husband stayed home with my dad and the Prince.
|Heavens Gate is quite literally stunning|
|Two of my favourite girls in the world|
|Anna and Rob, you were missed pets! But I got to eat more cake, hee hee|
After that, I saw my gorgeous friend Melissa who I've been friends with since we were at sixth form. We drifted apart a bit but then both lived near each other during our days in Bath and re hooked up. She is mum to triplets: Iris, Poppy and Violet. They are so scrummy and I could've cuddled them all day.
So it's been baby city really! And cake city. After seeing Melissa and catching up, we headed home to my parents to scoff more cake and tea and then headed back to Berkshire. I have fantasies about living by the sea and living by my parents. Am hoping one of them will happen. I absolutely love our house in Berkshire but I feel I need a change for some reason. The husband feels the same. Exciting!
I got this Jayne Fisher book from Oxfam - I used to love reading The Garden Gang and keep trying to encourage the Princess to get one of her stories published so we can live a life of luxury! 50p - lush!
Oh, and the Feline Great bit of my title today? We have acquired a black and white cat who we have called Chester. He isn't really ours, but he came into our garden a few days ago and I stupidly gave him a saucer of milk as he looked young and thin. Now he's back and we just found him downstairs, walking around as if he owned the place. He has no collar on so I really hope he isn't lost. Maybe someone out there is feeling sad, like when the Prince lost Noo Noo...
I have a fur allergy which triggers my asthma but also love cats so it's a bit tricky. The kids are delighted beyond belief. I won't be if Chester piddles on my rug though so I'm banishing him from the house.
|I think I love him already - the flash has made his eyes look all weird!|
|But not as much as someone else...|
Have so many blogs to catch up on and not enough time as always.