By the exciting nature of todays photo you could be easily fooled into thinking I was housebound again.. but you'd be wrong.
I went out to play today.
Vicky and I are organising, between us, a scrapbooking crop at Samuel Taylors / Embsay Crafts in Embsay and today was our first proper date (we did have a bit of a drop in day in November just to give people an idea of what we were doing). It was full! Initially we thought we'd be lucky if we got 6 people but 16 people came and there are more than that on the mailing list now (29 to be exact).
I had a great time and spent too much money, like you do. And from all the comments we've had, it sounds like everyone else enjoyed themselves too. The shop must've made plenty of money out of us too, £40 in crops fees then everybodys spending. If mine was anything to go by, they made a fortune (oops).
I went home via Next to collect some school trousers I had ordered for Theo, then Tina's to pick up Louis party bag and to beg some babysitting favours, thank you Tina <3
Louis had had a party invitation for the afternoon and Adam couldn't take him so Tina offered seeing as Hannah was going too. She actually had him nearly all day! I dropped him off about 9, on my way to the crop, so that he could play with Hannah. He stayed and played, then they went to the party and he fell asleep in the car on the way back to Tina's so he didn't get home until just after 4pm! Busy day!
When I got home just before 6pm it was to find that Adam and Theo had been re arranging funiture and my bed was buried under a mountain of clothes. They had moved my drawers out of our room and into the boys room so that we could put the new drawers into our room (they've been sitting in the utility room, flat packed, since before Louis was born!). The new drawers were still in pieces, layed out in the space where they were going to live.
Adam and I spent a couple of hours putting the frame and drawers together before bed. Tomorrow I just need to finish up the drawers with the centre support and then they need securing onto the runners and I can start filling them up.
And last but by no means least. Just as I was loading up the car to leave this morning the lovely postie delivered my new phone, the T-Mobile G1. So I stuck that in my bag and whilst I was chattering away, meeting new people and setting up my workspace, I dug it out of the box, put in the sim card and battery and put it on charge.
Unfortunately there is no phone signal in the shop so I didn't get to actually play with the phone until I was in the car in the car park at the end of the day but at least it was charged and ready to play with. It's taking a bit of getting used to, I didn't realise how much I relied on predictive texting, with a full keyboard this thing doesn't have it. I love the touch screen though. The camera is 3.2, same as my old phone, but this one doesn't have a flash which is a pain, I hadn't realised that. Still, I like it so far and I'm stuck with it for 18 months so it's just as well.