13 Mar 2008

Todays fav quote

"The best way to pay for a lovely moment is to enjoy it." --Richard Bach

Coffee Table Book Success

Today I had a sweet email from Laura who's hubby collected their Coffee Table Book earlier this week. Now I'm probably biased, but it did look fab. I even took a few photos for later inclusion on my blog.

"Hi Matt, Just a quick email to thank you for our wonderful album!! We both love it and are REALLY happy with the outcome".
Thanks Again, Regards, Laura, Gary and Bump x

Here they are wide eyed and bushy tailed on their wedding day. You just wait till the bump arrives - that'll keep them on their toes.

In fact, maybe I need a special section on my blog for congratulating the brides who are soon to become mums. I've had a few lately announce the news - best of luck to all of you.

Race Week - Oh my goodness, it's windy!

For anyone who doesn't follow horse racing, this week is a big event in Cheltenham as we host the Gold Cup. However, due to a little bit of wind, yesterday was canceled, pushing the racing back to the 3 day event it used to be.

I personally don't have an interest in horse racing and unashamedly haven't even attended Gold Cup, despite living in Cheltenham for ten years. I did however go out in these EXTREME conditions yesterday to see what all the fuss was about. Windy, gale force, tents taking off - what? Get real... it wasn't that bad!

Anyway, my point was, what an earth happens in the UK when we get the slightest bit of adverse weather - what's with the BBC weather warnings all the time? OK, so someones roof tile blew off in B'Ham. Big deal! Come on..... we hardly live in hurricane alley? Maybe then we'd have something to report about.

Well, that's my venting about the weather out the way, now onto more important things... a photo - yeah. Cause let's be honest, words really aren't my forte.

Here's the latests addition to project sky - taken on the 'REALLY WINDY DAY' - phew, luckily I wasn't blown away whilst taking it - ha.

9 Mar 2008

Farm fun

Today the Davis' enjoyed a spot of lunch 'on the farm' at my sisters. She's a great homely cook and fed us well whilst Daisy ran riot with her two cousins. Daisy thinks it's just great, all those animals, in real life, what more could a toddler want? Well dirty puddles are a plus too!

The days highlight was set to be bottle feeding the lambs, but if I'm honest this was somewhat over virtually before it began. Now if Daisy could drink milk that quick I'd be amazed!

Uncle Michael had himself a new farm hand today. Great for some simple duties (feeding cows the odd handful of silage), but not sure he should let Daisy loose with the tractor just yet.

Ali's cat came along for a walk too.... how cool (he's the white blob on the right). I bet Horlicks couldn't believe his luck when they moved from the town to the country - all this space, rabbits to chase, birds to catch - awesome!

Ummm, dirty puddles and wobbly toddlers...... a situation ripe for 'You've Been Framed'.

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