Well .... guess where I am???
This is where I should be .......
On the morning ferry ........ sailing across the Irish Sea with hubby, on our way to a lovely, romantic? week away in the highlands of Scotland
|picture courtesy of Google|
Unfortunately our little autumn break has had to be put on hold, due to hubby's boss 'needing' him to be in work next week!!! One of the drawbacks of his promotion I suppose ..... being a director means that work has to come first some times. I can't complain too much .... they are reimbursing us the costs, so it means we can still go, it'll just have to be some other time. Might just have to wait until the spring though. Don't worry ..... it's going to cost him this weekend though .... hubby has some serious making up to do!
It also means that I'll be around for the start of all the new blog challenges ...... the beginning of the month is always a busy time. There's some fun themes coming up ......
I'll be back over the weekend with the first of them .... there's a little bit of everything going on
October's going to be fun ......
At least the weather's nice today ..... the sun is shining and the wind has dropped a little (would have been a lovely ferry crossing!) let's hope it lasts all weekend.
I'm starting mine early ...... well if I'm being truthful, we started last night! We had dinner out, then ended up down at the Saddleoke. Always a good night, but there's usually a headache in the morning. So .... it's coffee in town with a friend later then a little retail therapy for me I think ...... I said this weekend was going to cost him!!
Thanks for popping by ..... enjoy the rest of your day and have a fabulous weekend.
It's the Happy Stampers Festival at Port Sunlight on Saturday .... my favourite little craft show. See I could have gone to that now, but I didn't get a ticket because we were supposed to be going away! Never mind there's always next year (sigh!)
If you're going along have a great time .... I know you will. Say hello to everyone for me.
Cheerio until next time ..... see you in October!