Tuesday, 4 November 2008

Half Term, Take Two.....

.....proved surprisingly quiet, given that The Noise was involved.

I have to say that, despite all my misgivings, we had a lovely week together.

The Noise proved to be exceptionally helpful around the house:

Didn't seem to mind doing the boring stuff:

Made all the cakes for the Trick or Treaters herself, icing them in colours which, even if I described, you would have trouble believing:

Went on a few of these:

...to travel around various parts of the region so that I could spend inordinate amounts of money on what can only be described as useless junk.

And now she is back doing this:

And I am missing her dreadfully!


Amrita said...

You pictorial diary is fun.
You had your Guy Fawkes Bonfire I suppose. Is there trick or treat in that too?

Maggie May said...

There is nothing like the company of a daughter, is there?
Glad you enjoyed the week with yours.
I also enjoyed my trip across the country to visit mine!
Back at school for me today.
Back to the grindstone!

Kitty said...

I always enjoy it when I have just one of them instead of the combined company. Glad you both had a good time. x

Renae said...

It's so fun to get to spend one-on-one time, isn't it?

Daryl said...

I bet she misses spending one on one time with you too ... being the youngest has to be tough at times


A Mother's Place is in the Wrong said...

Ah Bless. It is lovely to have some time with them on their own occasionally. A treat. Margot x
PS. I had two whole days with Grandson last week during his first ever Half Term. He was knackered!

CrazyCath said...

There's nothing like one on one with a grown up or almost grown up son or daughter. It's where the friendship starts in earnest and I bet that's what you miss!

She'll be messing up the house again in no time.

Kimmie said...

Glad you had so much time together, to run about and do this and that together. Bless your hearts, while you are missing each other.

mama to 6
one homemade and 5 adopted