Monday, July 19, 2004

Hi hi.
 
New blogger formatting fun stuff  Wakka Wakka 
 
Hope everyone had a good weekend. Ours was pretty good, tis the season for BBQ's here in England, so we went to one that Tony's cousin was having on Saturday, and then we had on here yesterday.   
                                                Barbeque 
On Friday we were going to go to the movies as I said on here, but on Thursday night we were having dinner and talking and Tony wanted to see "The Day After Tomorrow" and I wasn't too interested in seeing it so we decided that Pete and Tony would go. On Friday I felt pretty crappy anyway with cramps so I stayed home and hung out with all the girls who came over for Lin's candle party. It was a lot of fun and Lin and I bonded a bit. She offered to get me a cute little blue elephant candle holder that she was getting as well off her commission from the party, I told her she didn't have to but she persisted hehe.

Then on Saturday at the BBQ we chatted a lot which was nice. When we all got home that night she checked the lottery and she won £450 !

                                                  Lottery 

That was very exciting! Yesterday was fun, the couple next door and their little 3 and a 1/2 year old came over as well as Pete's grandparents. Pete was so cute with little Jordan, they ended up crawling in the garden attacking Tony with little suction cup guns. Spinning I'll have to upload the pics of them it was so cute!

Not too much planned this week, I'm cooking dinner I think tomorrow and Weds, as Lin won't be home until late. I'm going to be doing my chicken, ranch dressing, and pasta dish. But Tony doesn't eat pasta so I'll have to make him mash potatoes instead grrr  Dizzy 







2 comments:

Jennie said...

Woah, that's quite the lottery win. How wonderful. Great that you've been spending some girly time together too. I get on really well with Ben's Mom and I'm really glad that's the case. :)

Anne said...

Wow!! Fantastic lottery win!!

Glad you're bonding with Pete's Mum Juls, I think it's really important don't you? I haven't had much of a chance to do that with Dennis' Mum but we're getting there. Hard to do when on opposite sides of the world! LOL!!

*BIG HUGS*