The current challenge over at Picture this Challenges is a 3 photo vertical challenge one, so as I've been meaning to scrap these old photos of the hubby and I meeting some of our favourtie Star Trek actors, it seemed the perfect choice!
So, another half term week has been and gone and it wasn't toooooooooo stressful!
Monday was fun, Lee took the day off work and we went up to Duxford museum. Despite the rain, we had a great time and the planes are just amazing...
Never did I think that I'd get to go on Concorde, but I did!
Out of all the American planes, the Blackbird had to be my favourite - but it will always be the X-Jet to me!
One of my all time favourite days out, so thank you Tesco vouchers!
Tuesday I took the boys to see Big Hero 6 as Cassandra was seeing the same film with her friends in celebration of Lucia's birthday!
Wednesday Nicholas spent at Playfootball.net at 1GK goal keeper training of which he got in the local paper (again) whilst Cassandra spent the day playing with her friend Lexie and Alex spent the whole day gaming with his friend Ashley.
Nicholas spent Thursday over at Festival Leisure with some friends in celebration of Ryan's birthday and Alexander spent the whole afternoon planning Warhammer 40k tactics at Games Workshop.
Was so proud of Alex on Friday as he came along to the local foodbank with me and helped package up and hand out 14 food parcels.
Nicholas had a sleepover at Nannie's house and Alex, Cassandra and I all went to see Merlin Productions' "Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs" with the beavers and cubs of 3rd Prittlewell and 1st Heycroft, culminating in a sleepover at St Laurence Church Hall. Cassie was thrilled on Saturday morning when she was awarded her first ever Beaver Scout badge - Nights Away 1 :)
I've therefore had 2 ratty kids for the weekend and 1 hyper one as Nicholas' football match was cancelled today..
When you're young and in love, everything is great.
So, when at the grand old age of 5, Cassandra told me that when she marries Jacob her name will change to Cassandra South, I was a little terrified! I still went along with it and humoured her when she wanted to buy him a gift and card for Valentine's day...
They are so sweet (their kids will be beautiful)..
And as Lee said, he spent ages making her a card, so there's hope for him yet!
I'm married to a wonderful guy called Lee and we have two gorgeous boys - Alexander & Nicholas and a beautiful daughter Cassandra. I run my own secretarial business, I'm currently taking an OU Criminology and Psychological Studies degree and I'm also a very proud Beaver Scouts Assistant Leader. I like to keep busy and one of my favourite hobbies is scrapbooking..