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06 July 2017

Hilarious Child!!!

Last night we spent the most hilarious half an hour being entertained by Miss Marlowe who is a little comedian and loves an audience.
She has quite a range of words she can say now and her favourite is ball. Anything round is a ball and we all just about collapsed with laughing when she pointed at her Mummy's chest and said "ball" .
She just loved that we were laughing and so then everyone's chest became a ball. It was so funny.
I have been invited to go to the school fayre with The Doodles on Saturday and I will be looking after Marlowe while Ruby and Mummy do a 2k sponsored run. I can't wait.

Thank you all for your comments about my back. Thankfully the pain has gone.
I know how easily it can be put out and you don't really have to have done anything to put it out. I once picked up a telephone directory and put mine out. I ended up bedridden for six months barely able to move. It was horrendous. My kids were only eight and five at the time and little DD was coming home from school and making meals for us as Andy was at work and that is probably what put her off cooking....lol.
Another time I picked Ruby up when she was a baby and put my back out again and again I had it for six months or more and was walking like John Wayne for all that time.....although that was preferable to being bedridden.

For tea today I am making Fabulously Fresh Frittata Bites....a recipe from the latest A**a magazine. I will be reworking it a bit though as I can't imagine anything more tasteless than globs of mascarpone so that will be replaced with mozzarella and the pesto which I can't abide will be be replaced with some Italian herbs. Everything else can stay as it is and we'll see what it's like.
There is still a little salad left so we'll have that with it.

Nothing urgent to be done today. There are jobs on the big list....most of which I can't be bothered with so I am just doing whatever I feel like today....which isn't very much...lol.

Hope you are all having a blue skies and fluffy white cloud day like we are having here.
Sheila-x-
 

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  1. Blue skies here too, lots of washing dried outside. Marlowe sounds such a little cutey no wonder you're looking forward to Saturday xx

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    1. Lol Cheryl....isn't it funny how we always think of blue skies with regards to getting our washing dried-x-

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  2. That is just the sort of day that I have had, lovely.

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    1. ....and I may just have another one today Pam-x-

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  3. Goodness Sheila, there's having a bad back and then having a bad back. I've struggled with mine over the years but never been bedridden for 6 months thank goodness. What an awful time that must have been for you all.

    Children are little comics at that age aren't they and yes, the more you laugh the more they perform and lap it up. It's lovely when they aren't self conscious but just enjoy themselves.

    Hope you enjoyed your day of not doing very much - they are the best kind. xx

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    1. Yes it was a pretty dreadful time Suzanne.

      I just love babies at the age Marlowe and Sienna are now...learning new things and finding their little voices....so precious.

      Enjoyed my day immensely...I may just have another one today...lol.
      Hugs-x-

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  4. My mother was bedridden also when I was between years 4 and 5 of senior school...from early Summer right through to Winter...never thought she'd walk again...it was dreadful. x

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    1. Yes it was a horrible time Jackie. It's never been quite that bad since although pretty close.
      Hugs-x-

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  5. Glad your back is better! No fun at all. I did mine at Christmas and could barely walk. Wasn't even sure what I had done!

    One time when my kids were little - I think I might have been pregnant with my youngest - I flushed the loo and put out my back. Ow it's painful!

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    1. It's ridiculous isn't it Sharon?
      The simplest things can leave you in so much pain-x-

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  6. There are no blue skies and fluffy white clouds today, it is overcast and a little drizzly. Only a couple more weeks till we have our first little visitors, can't wait.

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    1. It must be so exciting for your family to have such a wonderful place to visit.
      I bet the children will love it-x-

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