Well, Sophers, Ma and I enjoyed our last day of holiday with a trip to Crosby Beach to see the Anthony Gormley Figures. It was lovely, we all love the beach and I got plenty of photo's, head over to flickr to see some more! Plus, next post I promise will be about Beryl, it's late now so only a quick post tonight!
I seem to spend my blogging life apologising for not blogging! Well no more of that - new Academic year - new rules
I've been on leave from work which has been brilliant, I feel like I've caught up on some sleep and it has been Dad's birthday again, which always means the start of a new term to me!
Before I go any further, I must acknowledge the lovely Sandi for the lovely award she bestowed upon me, I apologise for not having done it sooner!
The rules: SHARE THE LOVE!!! Share this award with all those blogs out there that you love. All the people who make you smile. All those that make you laugh. All those that make your day. All those that leave uplifting comments on your blog. **All I ask, is that you include a link to this post with the award and ask your recipient to do the same**
Well I'm going to say there are so many people who's blogs I love. Sandi of course, I love your mad stories of shootouts etc! Papoosue, because you live in Scotland and we are scarily alike AND she has been very clever and creative this year and passed her OU exams and well, I'd actually like to add everyone on my blogroll - the reason you are there is 'cos I like you very much.
In other news, I'm starting to get very excited for the start of my pottery/ceramics course that starts on 9th. It should be brilliant! I'm hoping to get past the ashtray and paperweight stage and with a bit of luck, perfect the art of the ultimate teapot very soon... watch this space....
plus.... in the next installment.... news of Beryl.... (thanks, Auntie Margaret!!!)
...What you need to know about me is that I hate answering questions as broad as this, I need something more specific!
I am the untidiest person I know. Professionally I'm required to be organised, unfortunately this has not yet extended itself to my house which looks like it has been stirred with a large spoon. It also appears I have a fear of punctuation, I write like I speak, about fourteen to the dozen, barely drawing breath!