Hello lovely people. Here's hoping you are all fine and dandy.
I write this on an endorphin high after my first run in a VERY long time. What better way to get back into it than a run across Porthmeor Beach on a beautifully sunny Monday morning. It felt good too. Running again on Wednesday....
I am a little behind (ahem) in my blog reading this weekend. I'm hoping for a lovely catch up with you all this evening. But I have to say a big thank you to everyone who have read and commented on mine this past week. And I'd also like to thank Annie for my goodies that arrived at the weekend - the chocolate went down very well with a glass of Merlot on Saturday evening (I did share. Begrudgingly).
So happy stuff from my week. Been an odd kind of week, truth be told. I have been caught out with earlier than usual school routines, lunch money requests, the return of homework, school uniform to be washed and ironed and most other things really.
Anyhoo joining in with Jen and her lovely series.
The 'Little Wonder Cafe' pops up from time to time at the end of Penzance Promenade. As you can see it is a divine bijou caravan, which sells tea, coffee, cake and yummy veggie snacks. I can recommend the coffee. My Mum can recommend the cake. Kitsch and very cute. I want one to play in.
As you may know, Marc works away during the week. Saturday mornings are therefore slow affairs in our house. We take our time, relaxing with cups of tea and catching up. We loaf in the bedroom with Olly (Sam and Alfie have stopped loafing with us. Boo). Olly misses his Daddy. He is all chat, chat, chat and play with meeeeee! It is lovely to watch. It's lovely to loaf with them.
Olly has taken to crafting Al fresco. It warms the cockles of my heart seeing him at play this way. It was a bit blustery on this particular day, and he did finally abandon the idea. But not until he'd created a couple of masterpieces.
One final happy. There are no photographs, but I would like to share the sheer happiness in having diy Marc around the house this weekend. The summer holidays have seen the boys lay waste to numerous parts of the house, including the cutlery drawer in the kitchen (Alfie) and one of the living room curtain poles (Olly). Marc set about fixing and putting things right. Just one of the many reasons why I love my man - he is so handy with a screwdriver!
A busy week ahead. Olly has the beginnings of a cold. Sam has cracked public transport. And Alfie's legs are definitely getting longer by the day.
See you later!