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Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Hang on... Isn't every day a Mother/Daughter day? ;o)

We've planned a Mummy/daughter day of relaxing and pampering today. But then again every day is like that here, lol. We had our Weetabix out in the sun this morning and in a mo' we're going to gather together drawing paper, books, toys and vegan ice-cream and go spend the afternoon on our big bed. Bliss!

Yesterday we spent the afternoon at Emily and Nikki's. Apart from me nearly breaking my big toe whilst tripping up their garden steps (ouch!) we had a lovely time. The girls ground various 'stuff' up on stones, played in a tent, made Nikki and I some lovely Barbie play doh foodstuffs and set up a Polly Pocket land (but didn't get time to play anything with it!) I performed my second ever Hopi Ear Candling session on willing victim/volunteer Nikki. (Delete as appropriate!)

Last night we went to Julian's Bower, AKA Alkborough turf maze. Romy and I walked twice round the maze whilst Tilly ran around like the eejit she is. Colin spent a marginally productive few minutes trying to train her to 'stay' as he walked away and not come until she was called. We then sat and watched highly amused as Romy ran beserk with Tilly trying to 'round her up'!! Hee hee. When we got home at around 9pm we played pubs in the garden till ten. Romy served us Diet Coke and crisps while Colin did a good impression of the village 'differently abled person' wrapped up in his furry wolf blanket/throw ;o)))

Only three days until Romy gets her orange belt. The tension mounts!!

2 Comments:

Blogger dawniy said...

where do you get your vegan icecream from? I'm intrigued, Naomi is dairy allergic but only slightly now - a good ice cream would be a real help :)

TIA

Dawniy :)

4:29 PM  
Blogger Hazel said...

Well there are quite a few but by far the best (I've been vegan for 11 years) is Swedish Glace. You can get it from most supermarkets next to the dairy ice-cream. It's in an octagonal tub. Here's what it looks like: http://www.goodnessdirect.co.uk/cgi-local/frameset/detail/330088.html
It comes in lots of flavours too!!

3:55 AM  

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