The Sunday Fraggle report (on Monday)


Well last week was a busy one at work, I did an extra day, and was home late most days, but that’s how it goes sometimes. The weather has been weird, for a whole week most of the country was covered in fog. On Wednesday I had to drive up a steep hill in Northumberland, and at the top came out of the fog to find a beautiful sunny day, and in the first picture you can see Chesters Roman Fort in the distance. But as I crested the hill, the fog took me back into it’s folds.

fog

Last Sunday we had a visit from Shelley with the kids and I got a couple of shots of Liddy,

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nearly got a smile from her, but not quite!

This weekend Phil went off to the Nationals, a big model show in Telford, and I had to stay home and look after the cats, but planned a photo outing for Saturday with Sophie. Of course after the fog came rain, so we went to a Winter Fair in Hebburn, which I knew of as one of Phils colleagues, Lesley, makes jewellery and was having a stall there. It was held in a little school and was packed.

I took loads of photo’s so have collaged them or else you’se’ll all be wading through for ever, (not that it’s like me to post loads of photo’s πŸ™‚ ) and yes, you’se’ll is a real word, pronounced yoozle πŸ™‚

Lesley

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We got a bit claustrophobic after a while, the place was heaving with parents and liddle kiddles, and Sophie and I don’t really do well with noisy kids when we’re out and doing our thing, so we skedaddled after we got our pictures. As luck would have it the rain had stopped, and for a little while we had a bit of blue sky, so we explored bit of Hebburn, and I;ll leave those pics for another post πŸ™‚

Another busy week at work and the weather is still pants, so our new patio is still not finished. Am wondering if the builders will ever come back! Anyways, back to sorting out work bits,

laters gaters

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18 comments

  1. I was only just wondering where you’d got to…love your reports. We had the fog too and now the rain. Really great shots of the crafts (and the tattooed legs).

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  2. Ohh Fraggy, so glad ya got to do something indoors. I dislike driving in fog!!! I could eat up that grand baby . I can’t wait to see ours…in April.
    I was beginning to wonder where ya were too;)?!!! I’ll be feeling that way soon enough.
    Well have a good and safe week, with all that driving you do. And hopefully the sun will pay you a visit. 😘

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  3. ha! I knew the Sunday was incomplete πŸ˜‰ nice landscapes, very peaceful. And I’m throwing my money to the screen to get the Jack Skellington necklace but nothing happens xP

    About your pation… probably you need what we call a “resident” a professional watching for you the work according to the schedule and plans. If it’s just a little work in your contract you have to add a penalty for delays in the schedule, usually ten lashes for day lost or 50 pounds less πŸ˜€

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  4. Wow, it looks like you were on a treasure hunt!

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  5. Nice reflections in the eyes of Liddy πŸ™‚ (first photography)
    Greetings,
    Ulli

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  6. Craft shows are always fun for photos. I particularly like the bracelet with the eye…I could freak my niece and nephew out with that bobble πŸ˜‰
    You’re so fortunate that the crafters allowed you to take photos of their creations. I’ve been to some jewelry shows where the artists are quite adamant about taking photos of their work.
    I hope you got a little bit of rest last weekend πŸ™‚ Cheers!

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    • It would appear so. Not sure if it’s coincidence as the chap didn’t look old enough to have a working knowledge of La Lauren’s movies, more an Xbox COD kinda guy, but am judging not the book by the tattoos. He had 2 young daughters with him, presume they belong to the ink.

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