Thank you Maria for my award, I think it has finally been round in a circle. I originally gave this to Alma when she first began her blog. I think this one could rest for a while now so I won't pass it on but will list my 3 things I'd never do.
I'll never ever learn to drive - too many loonies on the road.
I'd never knowingly hurt those close to me.
I'd never ever spend a ridiculous amount of money on a handbag
Today I have done a tiny amount of crafting, lots of sitting and a little bit of cuddling with youngest grandson.
He wanted to stay here when the others went to football to watch Swindon Town. He made a birthday card for their mum and then I needed to rest my hands again. We're just watching Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and soon the others will be home.
Thanks for stopping by
I've had a busy and fairly tough few days, I have so much to do but my hands are so painful that I can't really do anything, so I popped onto Docrafts for a chat and found a lovely message from Valerie.
I have to list 10 things that make me happy and pass it onto 5 people. So here goes:
1. My grandchildren.
2. My children.
3. My Husband.
5. Formula 1.
6. Moto GP.
7. Listening to the rain outside knowing I don't have to go out in it.
8. Eating chocolate.
9. Going on holiday.
10. Watching House with my son - we both 'get' the humour
These are not necessarily in the order they are listed. I am thinking of the 5 recipients and will update with their names after a chocolate eclair and a cup of tea.
Ok, I am awarding the award to the following people:
Well I've finally worked out what I wanted to do for my Challenge page this month. Tania set us the task of 'Roman Love'. Here are my Roman Loves, I know the heads are a bit out of proportion but it's something I can redo when I get some spare time. Thanks for stoppinng by
I am a happily married Mum of 2 and Nanny to 3 lovely grandsons aged 10, 7 and almost 6.
I have been crafting for a few years now. Luckily for me my husband doesn't mind running me to various craft shops in our area and when we are away I can ALWAYS find a craft shop.
I work as a Teaching Assistant, I have been doing this job for 19 years and really love my work. Each day brings a new challenge although it is getting quite scary now when past pupils are bringing their children to school!