Wednesday, 23 June 2010

Why I Love The World Cup

For those of you that know me, don't worry, I haven't taken leave of my senses but look what greeted us when we came home from school (a half empty school as many parents had collected children early to go home and watch the match) via the park;

A very very empty park;

With lots of space for running and jumping and exploring;

Sapce for dowsing (don't ask);

And space for a second-only-in-a-lifetime-swing;

Don't let the smile fool you, he was not impressed and clung on for dear life for the three and a half seconds he sat there!

It was so nice to be just me and mine in a huge space without other people's dogs or children, bliss!

Let's hope England stay in a wee bit longer if this is the result!

Daisie xxx


Laura Jayne said...

I love this post, so true :) Seb looks very cute indeedy!! xx

Swirlyarts said...

Hahahahahahahaha!! Our park was just the same :)

smilernpb said...

I had to collect B at 3.30pm and M at 4.30pm as she had dance I missed most of the match which I wasn't happy about!

Bronte likes the swing! But very, very gently! Otherwise she has a look of terror on her face!


JuicyFig said...

and the roads are clear - and tesco's yay england!!!


twiggypeasticks said...

Wahey, we went to the swimming baths last night and had the learners pool all to ourselves for 45 minutes !! bliss!! I actually had room to do some swimming for once!!
Twiggy x

dottycookie said...

Couldn't agree with you more!

nocton4 said...

happy days mama, enjoy xx