<man playing crazy golf>
Ooo look throne – now I can do m regal pose
<attempts it badly>
I do love my crazy golf and there is a family tradition to play theopen when ever we come across a course. this photo is from the Sherwood Centerparcs Open that was played last weekend which I did no win.
Other opens that have been played are the Blackpool Open, Hawaii Open, Longleat Centerparc Open, Vancouver Open to name a few.
<Man browsing books>
Oh I remember this book
<takes it down and blow off the dust>
I love returning to my parents house and browsing the bookshelves there. My parents have collected books from grandparents and uncles and aunts who have all passed on so they have a wide range and so many bibles it is not funny.
However this book was one that was sent to me by a Great Uncle, it is a geology book and this one is a second edition published in 1887 it belong to a great great aunt of mine and was dated 1890 making the book some 122 year old.
I wonder if there is a first edition of Scouting for Boys in a box somewhere now that would be cool.
DORY Hey, little guy.
MARLIN You wanted to go through the trench.
DORY I shall call him Squishy and he shall be mine and he shall be my Squishy. Come here,
Squishy. Come here, little Squishy. [Baby talk]---oww!
MARLIN Dory! That's a jellyfish!
DORY Bad Squishy! Bad Squishy!
So what did you do with your Bank Holiday Monday, I visited with my family the Bristol Aquarium, I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of it. It is not cheap to get in at £12.50 for an adult and £8.75 for 3-14 year old but we booked our tickets online and got a £2.00 discount on all tickets.
The nice thing about the Aquarium was that the ticket is a day ticket, so you get your hand stamped and can come and go as you please all day. We had a great time and my daughter loved looking at the fish and completing the quiz in the interactive learning zone.
<Daddy walk in to a childs Room>
Child – Daddy I want to paint my room
Daddy – OK dear what colour
<child turning and pointing a walls>
Child – this wall blue this wall green this wall blue this one blue this one green this one blue this one green
Daddy – you only have four wall dear you have been round twice
The picture for today is a photo of my daughters freshly painted bedroom. After many discussions about colour we decided to paint the two colours she wanted blue and green.
We have not quite finished yet cause we have ordered some stickers to put on the wall to finish the scene we are going to put Farm Wall Sticker on the land and some Air Balloonswe are even thinking of putting a Windmillon one of the hills
I have not received a single photo for the photo Challenge this time and while I could just post my own photo and claim I have won that seem a bit pointless.
<Alarm rings out>
Its 5:30 I only went to bed about 2 hours ago
<Climbs out of sleeping bag, bleary eyed>
I thought I would share a picture with you today that was taken over 5 years ago. This picture was taken on the 1st August 2007 at about 6:30 as the sun rose and the world membership flag was broken at Hylands Park.
I renewed my promise there with a number of members of my Jamboree unit as we welcomed in the day.
Can you remember what you were doing on the 1st August 2007?
<Little girl giggles and grab holds of the Man’s ears>
Man :- OK no need to direct me with my ears
<Little girl giggles more>
Last week it was daughter number one staring in Photo Thursday this week it is daughter number two. This photo was taking at the same time as my daughter number one was flying the kite the littlest was was loving life in a Littlelife Cross Country S2 Child Carrier as we walked on the common and flew the kite.
We have had the back carrier since daughter number one was about 3 months old, and we have got a lot of use out of it. Both girls really loved being up high and being able to see what was going on around them.
From an adult point of view once they are up there you really don’t notice them. Well apart from when they pull your ears and hair. The funniest thing is, and both my girl did/do it, they kick you on with their feet, I think it is an excitement thing but when your walking sometimes their little feet give you a kick around your waist as if to say faster daddy faster.