Wishing you all a brilliant half term and we have a competition you won’t want to miss! Read on … Gummy Mummy’s Bank Holiday Monday isn’t quite what you would expect from someone of her age. Not to be outdone by her son Oscar, the jet ski looked pretty appealing when it came to showing him that she’s not over the hill. The instructor was quite fit too. What’s the bravest thing you’ll be doing this week? I’ll do a cartoon of the best answer!
We’re going to try geocache for the first time….!!
Thanks for entering the competition! We will decide at the end of half term on the winning entry. Good Luck and enjoying the geocaching – let us know how you get on 🙂
The bravest thing on the agenda this week is the Round the Island (Isle of Wight) yacht race…that is, dodging the 1,459 boats taking part as we nose out into The Solent for a sunny day on the water.
That sounds fun and you might end up joining in. Never know, might see you on the telly. Wishing you great weather and a good supply of rum 🙂
The bravest thing we’ll be doing this half term:
Driving half way down the country with a 1 year old and a 2.5 year old to Aunty Laura & Aunty Rachel’s wedding.
Oh did I mention we’ve bought my daughter a cream dress (I can forsee absolutely no problems with this whatsoever)
Have a great time at the Aunties’ wedding and hope the only food your daughter spills on her cream dress is cream
Haha I am totally making her eat white dairy products all day. Think I must have momentarily lost my mind in the shop….
Talking of losing your mind, when computers began translating languages, someone fed the phrase ‘out of sight; out of mind’ in English into a computer. When the machine translated this into Russian and back into English, it came out as ‘invisible maniac’. That should cheer you up
Hmm, not sure if it qualified as ‘brave’ but I did remove my daughter’s onesie, a recorder and a Big Book of Jokes from her bag the morning of her school day trip. She wasn’t very happy with me until she realised her bag was then about 5kgs lighter.
Thanks for that, Lynn. I know how heavy those Joke Books can be !