I am feeling very Monday ish today! Youngest had a lovely Birthday yesterday doing not very much which is what he wanted to do!
Present opening on Sunday morning, but not quite awake!!!!
Treacle helping but not keeping still so blurred movement!!!
She was having great fun with all the packaging.
Eldest came round in the afternoon, Girlfriend was poorly!
Always cuddles with Treacle when they are both home.
DH and I went out to dinner on Saturday evening to a place we had not been before, Browns and the food was nice but expensive even for Nottingham!!! The reason we decided to try it because the building it is in is an old Solicitors Offices which I used to go to for meetings etc when I worked in Nottingham.
The room we ate in had bookshelves where the old law books would have been stored.
The entrance with lamps in and the Christmas tree in Reception.
After dinner we walked into The Market Square, Nottingham where the Winter Village is.
The Council House, with the Winter Village.
The Food Stalls were all open with long lines waiting for any food you could imagine.
Market Street, looking towards The Theatre Royal with a tram coming down into the Square.
The Theatre Royal, sorry its blurred but we were quite away from it.
The Cabins of the Winter Village and their lights.
The evening was fortunately dry and quite mild, although today is colder and they are still forecasting snow this week, but on the hills mainly so we may escape this time.
I have got a lot of things to do this week and hopefully catch up on some things I am a little behind on but not a problem. Next weekend it is a swimming weekend, Saturday evening it is the final round of the Arena League for the older swimmers and they are hoping to win like they did last year. DH and I are going and DH is actually compering the evening. Sunday DH is out all day at the County Sprint Competition in Sheffield and I have some other things to do as well as Church. So another busy weekend.
I hope you lovely lot have a wonderful week and all your Christmas preparations are going well.
Hugs, Susie xx