Sunday, 27 April 2008

tired

Hello

Today I feel rather jaded. Last night we went out for Julians neices 18th birthday, it was Ok , the food was a bit expensive and the chef seemed to overdo the salt in everything but I think she enjoyed herself.

Then this morning I got up at the crack of dawn to sit in a wood to be a marshall on a 10k run a friend was organizing. So now I am back with my feet up and thought hey I think my journal is due for an update.

This week my eldest son had a special mission! He was to cross the road outside his work to the CORN EXCHANGE and accost Tony Hadley  (his mothers hero) who was opening the beer festival.  He did bless him got his autograph had a chat with him and tasted his own beer. Rory said he was very nice and friwndly to him. I couldnt go myself due to work and the fact I would have been struck dumb and paralysed to the spot like I was last time.

Harry has been going to the local Army Cadets at the nearby airbase and is finding it great fun. They have so far done a bit of CPR , map work and gun safety! He cant wait to get his uniform boots etc. They are apparently in the near future going uo in the air sea rescue helicopter! I shall be having a fit!

Cant think of much else to tell so I bid you goodbye for now    Louise   xx

7 comments:

oddb0dkins said...

At least you didn't have to run the 10K. Why they call those things FUN runs I'll never know. ;O)

Have a good Sunday.
B. x

elainey2465 said...

OOOH Louise - Tony Hadley! Gold!! All ways believing! I just loved screaming at him once at a Spandau Ballet concert - got very close! Laine xx

ukgal36 said...

Good to hear from you..
have a good week
Lyn
http://journals.aol.com/ukgal36/Britsblog/

jmoqueen said...

Good to hear from you Louise :o)  Wow your eldest met Tony.  Personally I think you should've called in sick and gone yourself but I'm glad he got you an autograph xx  Hope Harry gets on okay with the army cadets x

Jenny

http://journals.aol.co.uk/Jmoqueen/MyLife

jckfrstross said...

have a good week:)

Deb

kamdghwmw said...

I want to go in the helicopter! Do you think they would notice if I got in? We are in England today! So forget about work and the children, lets go have some fun!
Kelli
http://journals.aol.com/kamdghwmw/noonmom

ukgal36 said...

thanks for your comments..how's you?
Lyn
http://journals.aol.com/ukgal36/Britsblog/