Saturday, 5 December 2009

It's been a busy couple of days...had Paul's work night out last night at Ardoe House Hotel - lovely meal, great company, fantastic band and a free bar!!! We had to be really well behaved though as we were expected at Market Place Primary for 9am to set up for the school Christmas Fayre starting at 10am! We resisted the lure of copious amounts of G & T by pretty much staying on the dance floor the entire night. We collapsed into bed around 1am (and for the first time EVER Paul hung his kilt up instead of flinging it on the chair - he even hung up my dress!!!) the alarm went off at 7am...luckily they did a fab breakfast and we were home in time to pack the car and get down to the school. Had a great morning there, really busy and lots of orders. Shifted a fair amount of stock too which was good.

Absolutely shattered now, fell asleep during Strictly earlier - that never happens!!! Off to watch the results show and then go to bed. But first, some piccies!!!

First the GORGEOUS shoes that Paul bought me for last night - just popped in to KG for a look on the way to the car to drive to the hotel and he reckoned these would be perfect for my dress. Which they were!

And here is Paul's kilt - love the muted colours of this tartan...

And finally, Molly wearing the tutu I bought her today at the school fayre - how cute?!?

There's a headband to match...possibly overkill - what do you think?!?

Oooh, and definitely finally...the tag I made at the 11th hour for Dyan's Challenge using her new downloads. Really didn't know what to do but loved the house images and liked the idea of creating a quirky wee slowly built up and I added the 'Home is where the 'art is' at the top. The tag is pretty big - and pink - and I've never done anything 'collagey' before but I really enjoyed it and am quite proud that I completed the challenge!


  1. I love it, and agree with the sentiment. Its a fabby tag xx

  2. You have such a thoughtful husband....x


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