Friday, 29 April 2011

Have a good nice long weekend……..


It is a nice cool evening here on this side of the pond and I am loving it at the moment. We don’t often get these type of evening so when they do come around I soak it in..

The boys and I have speedily made our way out of London last evening before the madness of the Royal wedding started and we are having a blast. So far the highlight of the day  is a toss up between the ton of junk food that we are all high on or the fact that my kids found some cool retro games in a market for a ridiculously low price.

My scheduled post didn’t go up for today so rather than a late post – I am just going to wish you all a fabutastic weekend and reschedule the post  for Monday.

On this side of the pond I have to thank “the firm” (the Royals) for giving us an extra day to make of it what we will. So we don’t go back to business as usual until Tuesday and in light of that I am staying away from the telly and the radio for at least another 24hours until the frenzy of the wedding dies down.

I have seen nothing of the wedding, I kid you not – NOTHING… “no tossing stones at me now”.

We are off to dinner and a night at the cinema…  I am so looking forward to it…

Wishing you guys a great weekend whatever you get up to.!!!!

3 Speak To Me:

Chris on 29 April 2011 at 21:49 said...

Oh, I'm jealous of your long weekend - glad you're enjoying it!

Anonymous said...

Have a fabulous weekend!

Dr J on 1 May 2011 at 01:18 said...

Unlike lots of U. S. residents, I didn't get up at 3:00 AM to watch the service but got the whole thing online later. Just a beautiful service -- two very devout people telling the world that this was a serious and meaningful event for them. Both of them are old enough to make this kind of decision. The dress was simple and elegant, reflecting the beauty of the occasion and the lovely 1936 tiara given to the Queen by the Queen-Mother when Queen Elizabeth was 18 years old and who loaned it to Kate for this day. What a lovely thing to do. All of you can be proud that there was such joy mixed with old-fashioned dignity. Regardless what the media may make of them in future days, I think these two will do themselves and all of you proud. Hope you are enjoying the "long weekend." Sounds like fun.