So let me do a catch up; I will be using these posts a memory jogger for me when (not if) I catch up with Project life.
Things that happened here in Epsom, that I loved and made me laugh. While I shower, I leave the back door open, so the bears can go and come. I keep the gate to the lawn closed; but they have figured out how to open it; which one morning they did; only they don't know how to get back in as the gate opens outwards. I laughed so much seeing there faces stuck the other side.
Lastly, our lovely neighbour Brenda, made the most amazing cakes, which she shared with us. I sure will miss our neighbours.
Well week 15 started really well, sadly it didn't end that way. So first things first; Simon came home with a beautiful Easter Egg for me, from Fortnum. The garden was finished this week, and honestly it couldn't be better. I love it.
I also packed up my craft room this week, as we need to turn it back to a bedroom.
My highlight was lunch at the House of Commons. They open it for a few days each year to the public, and Simon got in early and booked us a lunch. The food, was amazing as was the venue .... stunning. The staff too, were so lovely; I asked if I could keep a menu, and she said sadly no ... then she came back and said, if she dropped it, and it fell into my bag, then no one could moan lol. One for the project life album, for sure.
Now for the bit, that didn't work out well! On Thursday I didn't feel well. That sure did show itself. I got the dreaded Novo Virus. I have NEVER been that ill; I then sadly, passed it onto Simon. So that was us done for on Good Friday! We were so so ill. Not what you want for Easter.
Work at the little house is progressing well. Simon went on Wednesday as the fire installation finally finished; only when he got there, the house had no power! Luckily they fixed it, but not before taking up most of the road. Simon also installed our new shutters ... I can't wait to see them.
Thursday saw Jo and I take a trip to the Stitch, Sew & Hobbycraft show at Excel. We usually go twice a year, as for some reason I get sent free tickets. I will say this was one of the best ones yet. We both have a new hobby too ... Print Blocking lol.
The weekend was spent catching up on the finishing bits of the house; Painting our back door and the cupboard in the utility room. Something that has made me smile. UPS delivered some shelving for the little house, and left it with our neighbour as we were out. Obviously our neighbour or someone mentioned to the driver we were moving; and he wrote the nicest thing on the slip. If you can't read it in the photo. It says "I hear your moving ... sad times (sad face)" Yes its going in Project Life.
Ok, I apologies for a long post, and I'll try and keep my blogging more up to date.